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One of its kind programs for Sound Engineering and Music Production

Hands on Training from Industry Experts

Practical and Theoretical Training

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Frequently Asked Questions

What education do you need to be a Sound Engineer?

There are degree and certificate programs to master the art. It is a practicing art hence technical hands on experience are required. 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.

What does a Sound Engineer do?

Professional sound engineers are responsible for operating and maintaining sound recording or broadcast equipment. They may work with musical artists, movie directors, television news stations and radio stations. 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. Audio engineers may be required to travel to different locations to perform on-site sound engineering tasks. Flexibility and adaptability are key in this profession because sound engineers may have to work with music, spoken dialogue and other forms of audio input.

Duties

  • Set up, maintain, operate and repair audio recording/broadcast equipment
  • Choose appropriate audio equipment to use for various situations
  • Coordinate with directors, editors, video operators and other sound engineers
  • Stay informed of new developments in sound engineering
  • Plan and schedule work in an efficient and effective manner

How much does a Sound Engineer make?

Pay in this field is strongly affected by the industry in which a sound engineer works. For example, sound engineers working in the motion picture industry tend to earn a higher salary than sound engineers who work in radio and television broadcasting. Sound engineers who obtain additional voluntary certifications may be able to earn higher salaries.

Many sound engineers work full-time in television or radio stations, recording studios or live music venues. Sound engineers can find jobs in both urban and rural areas because virtually all recording and broadcast services require sound engineering.

How can I become an Audio Engineer?

Becoming an audio engineer usually requires some form of vocational training or certification. This can include a high school diploma, community college or university courses or certificate programs. Successful sound engineers often have technical skills and computer proficiency as well as a passion for all kinds of audio recordings and broadcasts.

Many sound engineers can find entry-level jobs with an associate’s degree or certificate, although some jobs are available with a high school diploma and relevant experience. This job often involves continual on-the-job training because new audio technology is constantly being developed and released.

Sound engineering entails work with a variety of electronic equipment. This means that knowledge of electrical systems and electrical safety training are often required.

How long does it takes to become a Sound Engineer?

Currently in India, It can take 1-3 years of work experience and on-the-job training to become eligible for advancement in this field. Sound engineering involves highly technical work as well as mechanical knowledge and manual skills. Courses covered in these programs can include sound editing, electrical engineering, production management and hands-on experience with audio equipment.

After the course is over where all can the Studio Engineer get job?

The scope for sound engineer students is increasing with the increasing penetration of media into daily life. After the course you have following career choices available for you.

  • Studio Engineer
  • Broadcast Engineer
  • Location Sound Engineer
  • Sound Designer
  • Pro Tools Operator
  • Dialog Editor
  • Mix Engineer
  • Re-recordist
  • Sound Effects Editor
  • Live Event Engineer

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