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  • Some Thoughts On Audio Engineering As A Career www.digitalprosound.com

    For those of you who are looking to get your foot in the door towards a career in audio engineering, you will find that getting your foot in the door will become a way of life for you if you're to have any chance of success working as an independent in the recording industry. You need to get into the mindset that YOU are the one who makes things happen.

  • Sound Engineer Vs. Audio Technician work.chron.com

    The distinction between sound engineer and audio technician is subtle. The skills, knowledge and many of the job duties overlap, and you will find both sound engineers and audio technicians listed in movie credits, for example. The distinction between the two positions often comes down to job function and authority on specific projects, though sound engineers generally have greater responsibilities.

  • Sound Engineer Qualifications work.chron.com

    Sound engineers are also known as sound technicians, audio engineers and mixers because they use control panels and other technology to produce refined audio quality. They may work on live events, such as speeches at business conferences, or with studio recording, such as album production for rock bands.

  • Becoming An Audio Engineer www.music-production-guide.com

    The audio engineer is perhaps the most unheralded person in the recording studio. The impact he or she has on the outcome of any production is incredible. Every decision made regarding how a performance is recorded, stored, edited, processed and mixed can have a tremendous effect on the final product. It's no wonder that artists and producers select their engineers very carefully.

  • How Do I Become An Audio Engineer? www.wisegeekedu.com

    If you love music, are fascinated by technology and are lucky enough to have very precise hearing, you may have what it takes to become an audio engineer.

  • What Is Audio Engineering? www.wisegeek.com

    Audio engineering is a branch of the engineering field which involves the process of recording sound and reproducing it by various means, as well as storing it so that it can be reproduced later.

  • What Type Of Jobs Are Available For Audio Engineers? www.gulfcoast.edu

    Audio engineering is a promising career that offers immense opportunity in film, video production, sound broadcasting and advertising.