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I'd like to help with the "Computer Orchestration" book

I notice you are publishing a text on computer orchestration soon. As someone with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree and a MS degree in instructional technology, and someone who teaches a college orchestration class, I'd be willing to do a prepublication perusal if you think an informed outsider's comments and suggestions might prove helpful. Let me know if you'd like my input.
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  • Hi Jim,

    Thank you for offering to do a prepublication perusal of Computer Orchestration Tips and Tricks. This book is one of our partners upcoming releases (est) August 2008 and you may contact them to introduce yourself and extend your offer directly.

    PC Publishing
    Keeper's House, Merton,
    Thetford Norfolk UK IP25 6QH
    tel + 44 (0)1953 889900
    fax + 44 (0)1953 889901

    PC Publishing has been publishing books on music technology for over 10 years. Their authors are well known as authorities in their field and we have produced many top books on MIDI, Cubase VST, Emagic Logic and music technology.

    Once this specific book is released, we will have it available for sale on
    Computer Orchestration Tips and Tricks
    By Stephen Bennett
    First Edition August 2008 (est.)
    Publisher: PC Publishing
    Pages: 160
    ISBN: 9781906005054

    Have you considered authoring your own books and material pertaining to this topic and subject matter? We're always looking for new authors and new book ideas. Our ideal author has real technical competence and a passion for explaining things clearly. We're happy to work with first time authors, and encourage inquiries about virtually any topic.

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