Professional Diploma in Audio Engineering
Audio engineering is an incredibly skilled profession. It requires a keen ear and the ability to balance and adjust sound sources using equalization, dynamics processing, and audio effects. If you are considering pursuing this field of work, it is important to understand that there are two primary types of engineers: studio or live engineers.
A studio engineer will typically focus on recording music in a controlled environment like a sound booth or recording studio. On the other hand, live engineers work with musicians during concerts or performances to help them produce their best possible performance for both themselves as well as for those who are listening in the audience.
Audio engineers work in a variety of different industries and capacities. They can help to produce recordings or live performances, mixing sound sources using equalization, dynamics processing, and audio effects; they might also mix reproduction, amplification of sound for public address systems (sometimes referred to as “concert reinforcement”).
Audio engineers are employed by recording studios, broadcasters such as Sky News Australia or ABC Radio National from the United States) radio stations; they may also be self-employed with their own studio equipment.
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