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Audio Engineering

  1. 1. Kaylah Metcalf
  2. 2. I chose audio engineering because I havewanted to be in the sound industry since Iwas in 5th grade. I love working with howsound changes and mixing different soundstogether.
  3. 3.  An audio engineer is a specialist that deals with using equipment for recording, mixing, and reproducing sounds. Audio engineers typically work in recording studios They are required to know lots of different software to work the recording programs
  4. 4.  Audio Engineers can work in a recording studio, at a concert, Broadway, etc. Can have some long days Early mornings Work to meet deadlines Possibly traveling
  5. 5.  Bachelor degree in Music Can also have an emphasis on audio technology Many people become interns to learn the skills they will need
  6. 6.  $20,000-$90,000 a year
  7. 7.  Microphones Mixing Consoles Amplifiers Tape Machines Music Sequencers Loudspeakers
  8. 8. Yes, I would still like to become an audioengineer. I love music and I can play severalinstruments. Music is a huge part of my lifeand it would be great to make a career outof it.
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