by Nicholas Millington , Rio Millington,
Thanks for your response, Nick; I appreciate it. As someone who's run companies myself, including a consumer electronics manufacturer in production in China, I appreciate feedback from my clients and customers, however much I might not enjoy it occasionally(!), and that was the context of my comments; I honestly wasn't trying or wanting to be nasty.
Keep up the good work! Looking forward to my new toy.
Hi Jon ,
I'm sorry if you feel this way. That was most definitely not the intention of the video I put up.
The video was put up with genuine intention as I am promoting a new instrument and a new technique on learning music so I feel that the video is useful for anyone purchasing a saxmonica.
I do work with a marketing company and this all contributes to the overall result of my campaign.
I hope this explains my situation and I appreciate your concern.
We are several weeks away from completing the campaign so I will continue to promote the product through the kickstarter updates page as I feel that overall the content is worth while
I agree this is not an update. It helps me in no way as I cannot try out the tutorials without the saxmonica; and it is not updating me on the progress of my perk.
Nick, this was not an update, it was just an excuse to spam a bunch of cross-promotion links, under a fragment of a tuition video. Please don't do that. It says under this box, "Be respectful and considerate." That goes both ways; spamming is neither.