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A Live Concert Engineer operates the sound console during a live performance; sound checking, and responsible for placement of equipment in preparation for a live performance.
A Studio Engineer deals with the use of machinery and equipment for the recording, mixing and reproduction of sounds
A Location Sound Recorder is a member of a film or television crew responsible for all sound recording on set during filmmaking and production using professional audio equipment.
A Sound Designer specifies, acquires, manipulates and generates audio elements in the disciplines of filmmaking, television production, theatre, sound recording, live performance, sound art and video gaming.
A Mastering Engineer is responsible for a final edit of a product and preparation for manufacturing copies
A Forensics Sound Engineer analyses, clarifies, enhances, edits and detects sounds recorded onto magnetic or digital media.
A Remixer uses audio mixing to compose an alternate master recording of a song, changing the equalization, dynamics, pitch, tempo, playing time or any other music component.
A Music producer is a creative leader of any studio, film, television, or radio recording project.
An Audiovisual Technician is responsible for high-quality sound as well as setting up the equipment and instruments along with the road crew.
An Audio Freelancer is self employed as an audio specialist, working broadly across the Audio industry.