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    Sound technique

    "Applying sound techniques". What does it mean by "sound technique" in a phrase?

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    Re: Sound technique

    What's the full context? Sound here could mean reliable, effective, etc.

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    Re: Sound technique

    "applying sound techniques in planning"

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    Re: Sound technique

    Quote Originally Posted by Shazlee69 View Post
    "applying sound techniques in planning"
    Planning a stage concert? Tdol is trying to get more context to differentiate the meaning of "sound", and possibly "technique".
    Why not give a full sentence? Or give an explanation of the context in which you've come across the term.

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    Re: Sound technique

    Good practices. Methods that are proven. Way to do the job that are known to be effective.

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