WHY BECOME A SOUND ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN?

Sound engineering technicians are vital within the radio, television, and film industries. Recording, mixing, reproducing, synchronizing voices, sound effects and music are all part of a sound engineering technician’s responsibilities. The work of a sound engineering technician is often innovative, intricate, and multifaceted. It is an exciting, entertaining, and rewarding career path. Your knowledge and skill set will produce sounds for all areas of entertainment.

Typical job responsibilities of a sound engineering technician include:

mixing

controlling the volume or tone of performances

capturing sounds

recording sounds

equalizing sounds

synchronizing sounds

Sound engineering technicians work within audio and visual departments, television studios, movie productions, production houses, or arenas. Job responsibilities of a sound engineering technician may include maintaining sound equipment, meeting with producers and performers, keeping a log of all recording sessions, replicating sound recordings, and setting up audio or recording equipment.

With its August admissions open, Advanced Institute of Multimedia formerly DMM, offers a one-year diploma course in sound engineering. Advanced Institute of Multimedia has over the years had some of its graduates moved on to be the best sound engineers in the country. Notable among them are Kuami Eugene, Genius Selection, DDT and many more. All of whom have gained national and international success with their sound engineering skills.

Do you want to be the next Kuami Eugene or Genius Selection? Advanced Institute of Multimedia is the training institute for you.

To apply now, click here. Or call 0501564747 for further information.

Source: CareerIgniter 

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