Albin.sJan 20, 2012
I am completing my btech degree in computer science,i would like to join on sound engg.what are the ...
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YoungBuzz Counselor - Hi Albin, as a sound engineer you will be making make high quality recordings of music, speech and sound effects in recording studios. They use complex electronic equipment to record sound for: commercial music recordings, radio, television, film and commercials, corporate videos, websites, computer, video and mobile games.
Your sound engineering course will prepare you to have practical experience which will be required for a better job opportunity.
You can hone your skills once on the job, although you will have to stay updated with the changes in audio technology and equipment.
You could opt for specialised courses in technical skills such as sequencing, mastering, editing and recording.
You could also go for further qualifications such as professional diplomas in audio recording or sound studio management abroad.
You could work fulltime for a recording studio or be self-employed and work on short-term freelance contracts. Most of the major studios are based in and around Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad etc. There are smaller studios throughout the country, where most of the work may involve recording ‘demos’ for local bands, creating commercials for local radio stations and copying CDs.
With experience, you might become a studio manager.
Hope this helps.

Kindly revert for further queries.

All the best, Albin!
Jan 20, 2012

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