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Open Mic: Tell Us About the Tuts You'd Like to See on Audiotuts+

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In our recent survey most of you let us know you're very happy with the site. Thanks! We'd like to keep it that way. What topics would you like covered in tuts in the future?

Each Tuesday we open our mic to readers and lurkers alike to come out of the woodwork and tell us your thoughts and opinion, your experiences and mistakes, what you love and what you hate. We want to hear from you, and here’s your chance.


What specific topics would you like to see covered in tutorials? Do you prefer written tuts, screencasts, or a mix? And what general areas would you like to see covered: DAW techniques, music theory, how to play an instrument, how to create specific sounds, how to make money with music, something different? Do you have any other suggestions? What can we do to keep you happy and make your day?

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