Sound Engineering Technician
Also known as: Audio Engineer, Audio Operator, Mastering Engineer, Mixer, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer, Sound Editor, Sound Engineer, Sound Technician, Studio Engineer
Description: Without sound, television and movies would be thrust back into the era of silent production and title cards. Audio is the unsung hero of all media, breathing life to on-screen video. When it is produced right, you don't even notice it. Without sound, how would we listen to our favorite musicians and singers? From live performances to taped video and audio recordings, sound creates the story and atmosphere our eyes would otherwise miss. The Sound Engineering Technician is the iron chef of everything our ears digest.Sound Engineering Technicians often have some vocational training, while others may complete an Associate or Bachelor's degree program. On-the-job experience, technical savvy, a keen ear and a proven track record are sometimes valued above a formal education.
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