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In this collection of articles I focused on the Audio Engineer position in the music industry. Some of the articles show how you can prepare for the position and how its changing over the past year to this one. I also show how the Audio Broadcasting job is changing to support mobile cellphones. Lastly I showcase how to translate your work from your work station to a Mix Engineering station.
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Music Careers in 2012: Video Game Audio, Scoring, Conducting Pays; Teaching? Not So Much (Study)

Music Careers in 2012: Video Game Audio, Scoring, Conducting Pays; Teaching? Not So Much (Study) | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
Does a career in music pay? It's a question countless singers, players, writers, engineers, producers and audio technicians have asked themselves and the answer is as complicated as the most epic of concertos.

Via Joanna KIRK
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This article is about Boston Berkelee releasing studies about the music career pay scale for 2012.

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10 Mixdown Tips For the Aspiring Audio Engineer - Disc Makers Echoes

10 Mixdown Tips For the Aspiring Audio Engineer - Disc Makers Echoes | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
Beginning a mix can be a daunting task. There really is no single correct approach to the mixdown process – here are 10 tips to get you started.

Via stan stewart
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I believe this article is great insight for the Audio Engineer to keep in mind. When working on a project these tips can make the process quicker.

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10 Mixdown Tips For the Aspiring Audio Engineer

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The 5 Simple Solutions to Your Online Mixing Problems

The 5 Simple Solutions to Your Online Mixing Problems | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
Today you don't need to settle for the audio engineer next door. The online world gives you a wide variety of possibilities when it comes to contacting some

Via Maxime Cottret
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I believe this article has good information that new Audio Engineers can use when they need to translate work to a Mix Engineer across DAWs and still work seemlessly.

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Major changes in audio broadcasting the topic of an AES forum | Audio T & M content from Broadcast Engineering

Major changes in audio broadcasting the topic of an AES forum | Audio T & M content from Broadcast Engineering | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
The battle has been joined, with mobile devices, wireless microphones and other technologies still in development fighting traditional broadcast signals for bandwidth. AM radio could be the first to fall if not protected by the FCC.

Via David Hall
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With this article it reflects the changes that are now faced by the Audio Broadcasting. The multiplatform cell phone market creates the new challenge for Audio Broadcasting. The pros to this article can be the music has such an impact on our lives that we find it nessecary to have it on our mobile devices. The cons to this article are that music quality is not meant to be enjoyed on the go and in our everyday lives. The concept of music was suppose to be enjoyed from a stationary place not enroute to the nearest shopping center.

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6 Pieces of Essential Equipment For the Budding Audio Engineer

6 Pieces of Essential Equipment For the Budding Audio Engineer | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
Attending an audio school will give you a great background, but you still need to make sure you pack the right equipment.

Via Schools Training
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I believe this article is great information for the Audio Engineer that is just setting up their home studio. It's a good starting point for rookie Engineers.

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