Audio Recording Engineer: Main Duties and Responsibilities (00:49)
Francis Fisher operates a mixing console for a radio broadcast show.
Audio Recording Engineer: Career Beginnings (03:21)
Fisher discusses joining the Navy to acquire an education in electronics. A job with NBC in New York allows him to pursue his passion for public radio. He enjoys the challenge of mixing audio for live shows.
Audio Recording Engineer: Keys for Success (01:58)
Fisher discusses the importance of punctuality in his job. He can adjust and improve sound even though he has never played music.
Audio Recording Engineer: Education and Certification Requirements (01:18)
Gaining some education and a certain skill set concerning basic electronics is crucial to working as a recording engineer.
Audio Recording Engineer: Workplace Atmosphere (02:12)
Fisher describes working in solitude on a large mixing console. He configures sound for each performer.
Audio Recording Engineer: Advice for Aspiring Pros (01:51)
Start your career early by talking to others who might have connections in the field, volunteering at a local recording studio, and learning about computers.
Audio Recording Engineer: A Day on the Job (02:03)
Fisher talks about preparing a venue for the performance. He readies the mixing console while stagehands place microphones and cameras.
Audio Recording Engineer: Industry Goals and Services (00:43)
The goal is to expand the listening base. Money made from advertising enables the continuation and growth of radio show productions.
Audio Recording Engineer: Industry Challenges (01:07)
The biggest difficulty of creating a successful radio show is audience awareness.
Audio Recording Engineer: Looking at the Future (01:41)
This profession will continue to thrive; many industries require sound mixing. No matter the advances in technology, Fisher can apply the basic skill set he acquired early in his career.
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