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Radio Sound Engineer Jobs | Requirements, Training, Salary Range

The radio industry needs audio and sound engineers. This could be your job in broadcasting! Training and salary info, job requirements.
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Radio sound engineer information that helps understand all aspects of the job and training needed. Provides a link for possible jobs in the field.

 

Pro:Seems like a steady job with minimal traveling.

 

Con:Salary seems lower than other opportunities in audio.

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Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea: Working on a Cruise Ship: The Pros and Cons

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Job description and a bit into the lifestyle of working on a cruise ship. 

 

Pros:In my opinion a pro would be getting to travel a lot.

 

Cons:The workload of a cruise ship seems very intense. 

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Theatrical Sound Engineer: Job Description, Duties and Requirements

Theatrical Sound Engineer: Job Description, Duties and Requirements | Audio Engineering Career Path | Scoop.it
Individuals searching for Theatrical Sound Engineer: Job Description, Duties and Requirements found the following information relevant and useful.
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Job aspects that tie into the theatre side of audio engineering. Provides a lot of information about requirements and duties; also, a site to possibly find work in the industry is provided.

 

Pro:In my opinion there are no real pros, although the salary is decent.

 

Con:A lot more tedious having to work with much more people.

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Alternative Careers for Sound Engineers

Alternative Careers for Sound Engineers | Audio Engineering Career Path | Scoop.it
The music industry's down, but your passion for audio is still high. Fortunately, there are alternatives to working in the studio that can feed your fervency and still make you a living — perhaps even a better one.
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Corporate audio engineering information that helped me to understand this aspect of audio. I had never actually thought about this side of the audio world, but I will now understand what possibilities I might have.

 

Pros:The pay can be very good in the corporate audio world.

 

Cons:There seems to be more than an understand of audio needed to be in the corporate side of things; business, also seems imperative.

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5 Industries You Can Work in After Audio Engineering Training

5 Industries You Can Work in After Audio Engineering Training | Audio Engineering Career Path | Scoop.it
Everyone who enrolls in audio engineering school has a deep appreciation for sound. But not everyone is slated to work in the same industry. Audio engineering training opens many doors. Graduates may wish to look ...

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Five Industries that involve audio engineering, Theatre, Film, Cruise Ships, Corporate Audio, Radio. 

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Audio Engineering for Film and Television

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Some key skills of being a part of engineering for film or television. Being a part of the film and television industry requires separate skills than working in other areas of the audio field.

 

Pro: Being involved in the film/television side of audio allows someone to stay in a remote location while shooting rather than the vigorous touring schedules.

 

Con:The movie industry is not as physically demanding as far as audio and doing live sound; nor as rushed.

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