Originally Posted by Deaf-Forever
This is what happens when info is released too soon. Like most things in life, the person will latch onto a statement, wrong, right or prelimary, that they heard way back when versus going off current info.
You got a tough job Tom. Keep us maniacs in the loop, or wait till the engineering is finaled. Most will like info on the go per se, but some cant keep it in sequence.
I just need to communicate in a more organized fashion I think. So many times it is at the tail end of another 14 hour day and I just want to share more than maybe I should about early stuff. And I'm not thinking about clarity as much as I need.
Much of my time in the office is spent on mindless tasks. Mail, phone, tracking inbound, tracking outbound, tons of paper work for international in/out bound, sitting on the phone for an hour trying to find a lost shipment, filing all the needed paperwork for a damaged shipment, printer did an auto upgrade and now it won't work. Fedex printer is broke, one of the 100 different things in inventory received is out of spec or half of expected quantity, or missing something vital, office AC is broke, shop lights go out, spray booth computer is flashing error codes, someone needs time off, forklift won't start, our huge $20,000 air compressor is leaking, roof has a leak in rain, our van is making a weird noise..., it's all me man..
So, WHEN I DO have the good fortune to sit down for a couple hours and do SOMETHING specific to audio...it's just plain fun. And I probably get a little too enthusiast about sharing sometimes.
Anyway, I'll be sure to be clearer moving forward.