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Recording Engineer/ Mixing Engineer

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NuMainstream Marketing and Publishing
Pomona Dr.
Greensboro, NC
Posted: June 24 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Paid

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Description

As a sound engineer in a recording studio you would make high quality recordings of music, speech and sound effects. If you enjoy working with electronics and are interested in music and sound, this could be the ideal job for you.

In this job you would need to have a good sense of hearing. You would also need to understand musical pitch, timing and rhythm.

Responsibilities

Work activities

You would use electronic equipment to record sound for many different uses, such as:

commercial music recordings
radio, TV, film and commercials
corporate videos
websites
computer games and other types of interactive media.

Your work would involve:

planning recording sessions with producers and artists
setting up microphones and equipment in the studio
making sure the volume and recording levels are set correctly
operating recording equipment and adding effects
recording each instrument or item onto a separate track
mixing tracks to produce a final ‘master’ track
logging tapes and other details of the session in the studio archive.

Requirements

You would need to be flexible about your working hours, which could be long and irregular. You may need to work in the evening, at night or at the weekend. This could depend on when artists and producers are available. - See more at: https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk/advice/planning/jobprofiles/Pages/studiosoundengineer.aspx#sthash.2yD99mcP.dpuf

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