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Greetings,

For those wishing to simply contact Ambient Visions please use michael at ambientvisions dot com to drop me a line.

If you want to send Ambient Visions music in a CD format please use the following address to mail all potential review copies to:

AV Reviews
P.O. Box 1066
Quakertown, PA 18951

If you want to use high quality MP3's for requesting a possible review on Ambient Visions you can send the download link to reviews at ambientvisions dot com  and then they will be downloaded when the computers are not tied up doing other things. Please do not attach music files to e-mails and send them that way as it tends to clog things up when I first open my e-mail program. I would prefer if you provided a link where I can download your music from your site or from a large file trading service like WeTransfer or Bandcamp.

If you are a writer and wish to have an article or opinion piece considered for publication on Ambient Visions please contact me first at my e-mail address in the left hand column and let me know about your desire to have an article or opinion piece published on AV and that you are going to be sending me a .txt or .doc file in an e-mail. Otherwise what may happen is that the e-mail might be deleted as spam or as a potential virus carrier. If you want to avoid the attachment altogether you can simply put the article into the body of the contact e-mail and you won't have to send me a notice beforehand about a second e-mail. Your choice.

If you are a musician looking for AV to add a link to your websites on Ambient Visions please send me an e-mail with the subject line of Link Suggestion and I will check out your site and then add it to the links pages. If you have multiple sites (home page, myspace, facebook etc.) please include all links that you would like to have listed on AV in one e-mail.

If you are seeking to have a press release published please send the press release to newreleases at ambientvisions dot com about new releases, upcoming projects, special events etc. with as much advance notice as possible. It really doesn't help your cause very much if you send the press release a couple of days before the event. The more advance notice you can give the better your chances are that it will be effective in promoting your event or new release.

Michael Foster, editor