Freelance Audio Engineer Resume Samples - Page 2
Freelance Audio Engineers set up sound equipment for broadcasts, recordings, and events. Examples of Freelance Audio Engineer job duties include following guidelines from producers, setting up and maintaining equipment, adding sound effects, improving sound quality, maintaining sound libraries, and solving technical issues. Those interested in a Freelance Audio Engineer career should be able to demonstrate the following qualifications throughout their resumes: sound engineering expertise, knowledge of relevant software, problem solving, creativity, detail orientation, aural skills, and manual dexterity. Clients select resumes displaying a degree in audio or sound engineering.
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Freelance Audio Engineer
- Utilize specialized software to mix and edit sound tracks
- Collaborate with clients to determine project scopes and set milestones
- Deliver final audio to customers and make adjustments as needed
Freelance Audio Engineer/editor
- Recording Engineer at various studios and clients
- Editing and Organizing sessions for the Mix Engineer
- Various recording and editing services
- Mixing services
- Recording/editing vocals, voice overs, and instruments
Marketing And Advertisment
Freelance Audio Engineer/producer
- Audio Engineer/Producer for Clients and Team Projects.
- 15-20 Consistent Artists Under Production.
- Publishing License.
- Distribution of Clients' and Personal Musical Compositions in Stores and Radios.
- Copyright Material.
- Marketing Artists and Compositions.
- Booking/Performing Shows.
- Two Main Studios in, New Jersey and California.
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