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  1. #11
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    Logan
    US Postal Service has priority mail... that's what I'll do.
    "Television without a picture is radio.
    Television without sound is furniture."
    - unknown source.

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    Kewl, and don't worry as long as I know it's coming I'll wait for it. We're like the marines, nobody is left behind. Take care Logan

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    Logan,

    When I sent mine, I asked about priority mail. It was $7.00, and they said 4 - 6 days. Then I asked about airmail ($0.85). That was 4 - 7 days. Seemed like a no brainer to me [smile].

    One issue that wasted about 20 minutes at the post office for me that may help someone else. Canada requires that all mail addressed from the US have the address in all uppercase letters. Otherwise, it may be sent back. I had to buy a label and hand address mine. I had a computer printed label on it in mixed case that was much easier to read. Go figure.

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    Thanks Martin
    Never heard of the upper case thing and I get a ton of mail that isn't, but who knows, better safe than sorry. Also in Canada there is nothing but air mail now internationally no matter how you send it it gets put on a plane to here and then goes on a series of trucks to the local destination.
    The 4-6 days is also what usually happens with couriers also no matter what they say.
    Here where I live there are no major cities and both FED EX and Purolator only deliver 3 days a week Mon, Wed and Friday, plus I'm down a gravel road off the main highway and they hate coming down here especially in the winter. Top that up with the two big Bouviers who meet every vehicle with a slight amount of menace, and it's really hard to convince the guys to get out of their vehicle, if I'm in the studio, tracking or mixing, I don't hear them. In that case I find a note in my mail box at the end of the drive telling me I can pick up the package in Kingston, 60 miles away, within 3 days or it will be sent back. The real fun thing is that all the depots are now hooked to a central system so you can't even phone that local office to arrange to have it sent out again. But as I said if there is no choice but to courier, if folks give me a heads up I'll be on the watch. Take care Logan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Schiff
    One issue that wasted about 20 minutes at the post office for me that may help someone else. Canada requires that all mail addressed from the US have the address in all uppercase letters. Otherwise, it may be sent back.

    I'm not disputing what they told you. I've been sending packages to Canada (probably 5-6 a month) for the past five years and have never had one returned. All have printed labels (shipping slips) that are in mixed case.
    Lynn Fuston
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    Default Sent it in August 12th

    Hi Logan, this is Andrew (amixer) just wondering if you ever received the CD I sent (via US Mail priority). It should have arrived on Friday. I sent it out August 12th. Let me know when you get a chance,
    thanks,
    -Andrew

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    Yep it's here,thanks. I'll start another thread and edit in the names of mixers as they arrive. Take care Logan

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    I would like to publicly thank Logan for all the hard work he does putting these projects together. He "took the ball and ran with it."

    I know he is paid well for his services, but financial incentive aside, I would just like to recognize him for all the hours he puts in on these projects.

    Thanks.
    Lynn Fuston
    3D Audio

    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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    Ah shucks thanks. Yep the rewards are going into a big pot of stone soup here tonight. Take care Logan

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    Sent my mix yesterday so...you should get it by Christmas.

    I've been really busy and didn't get to spend hardly any time on the mix.
    If it's not in the same ballpark as the others then don't worry about putting it on the compilation.

    I haven't been able to take a look at your song yet Logan.
    Hopefully in the next couple weeks.

    Thanks for letting me take part!

    Aaron

    I look forward to hearing the pros' versions.

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