In Audio engineering program students learn about techniques of recording and music production. Professional sound engineers are responsible for operating and maintaining sound recording or broadcast equipment. The goal of this profession is to ensure that any recording or broadcast has high-quality, crystal-clear sound.
Sound engineering is a highly technical job. Becoming an audio engineer requires excellent computer skills and proficiency in working with electronic equipment. Audio engineers must coordinate with video technicians, editors, performers and directors to create professional-quality audio. The key to be professional sound engineers is to have flexibility and adaptability as you will have to work with music, spoken dialogue and other forms of audio input.