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Sound Engineer

The Sound Engineer enhances and manipulates sounds to achieve the desired result. He/She sets up and maintains audio equipment, enhancing audio with appropriate sound effects, fixing sound-related issues, working with producers, singers, and other musicians, and completing projects to specifications.

Key Responsibilities

  • Set up and test sound equipment before occasions, events, broadcasts or recordings.
  • Records, edits, mixes or reproduces musical recordings with instruments, vocals and so on.
  • Improves sound quality and adds sound effects to all recordings.
  • Collaborates with video editors to synchronize video with recorded soundtracks.
  • Works smoothly with Sound Engineering Technicians.
  • Plays tracks with some special effects amidst live occasions.
  • Works with lighting, cameraman and other co-workers efficiently.
  • Creates and manages sound and audio libraries.
  • Resolves technical issues when they emerge.
  • Follows details, guidelines, and instructions from executives, producers and so forth.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • High school diploma is required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Audio Engineering, Sound Engineering or other relevant certification recommended.
  • Thorough experience with recording, editing, and mixing software.
  • Familiarity with audio mixing consoles, microphones, and equalizers.
  • A good ear and creative spirit

Skills needed for this role

The Sound Engineer must have great technical skills in sound engineering procedures and excellent oral and written communication skills. He/She must be a critical thinker, detail-oriented and creative individual.

Career Level

More than 5 Years Experienced Employee

Job Specializations

Media, Journalism