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Happy Holidays from The Producers Forum!
« on: December 24, 2016, 07:14:59 pm »
Hey everyone!

Just wanted to give everyone an update on the forum and its future, as well as spread some seasonal cheer. I've been promoted to administrator, and the other administrators have put me in charge of taking the forum into 2017 and onwards. This won't impact how any of you use the forum, but I promise to do my best and make this a place where all of you feel welcome and excited to learn.

To start, I've begun appointing moderators to help breathe some life back into the the forum and spread out some of the workload. Our first new moderator is eidolon, and more will be added as needed. I'll be reaching out to people based on how active they are on the forums, how much information they've provided to other users, and if they've demonstrated the type of attitude that is a good fit for the team.

In addition, I will be doing my best to update the forum and implement new features, so feel free to start using the "suggestions" subforum again. NOTE: WE WILL NOT ADD A MARKETING OR PROMOTION SUBFORUM, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES. This is a place to discuss music production, music theory, and audio engineering. If you want to talk about how to promote your brand or how to get a thousand likes on soundcloud, you're welcome to join our Slack server, where we have a dedicated chat room to talk about it.

Lastly, I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who has joined, posted, and especially stuck around The Producer's Forum since it was founded at the beginning of this year. The boards may have grown quiet, but I'd like to believe we have started a community and those of us that remain will have a lot of growth. No matter what holiday you celebrate, I hope it's a pleasant and relaxing one.

Happy Channukah, Merry Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, and Happy New Year!

-Mussar, and the rest of The Producer's Forum team.