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Re: Couple Questions for the Live Veterans

I use Mail Chimp, and I love it.  

it's a recent move from Vertical Response.  great tracking,  good, easy, design,  great mail list management. 

as far as ear monitoring I go wireless,  but easiest and most inexpensive are a pair of earbuds out your output 7-8 of the RME.  As you know, you can easily control your levels that way as well.  though i sometimes control those levels through Ableton itself. 


On Mon, May 30, 2011 at 1:42 PM, Todd Matthews <gtmatthews@gmail.com> wrote:
What's a good choice for affordable ear monitor system that aren't complete shit, so they at least get the job done. I think I need to move on from the big ass cans on my head. They sound great and work great for tracking but they nearly fall off when I'm moving around a lot.

What do you guys use for your mailing list? Would it be fine for me to send out upcoming shows emails on my own and just stick all the addresses in the Bcc field while my numbers are low......or is there some great advantage I don't know about for using mail chimp or fan bridge. I checked out those sites but I'm not completely sure I understand the big picture with their services.

Thank you for sharing your experience and wisdom :)
Todd Matthews

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