Profession mastering engineer
Mastering engineers convert finished recordings to the desired format such as CD, vinyl and digital. They ensure the quality of the sound on all formats.
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- Audio technology
The various technologies for producing, recording, and reproducing sound.
- Audio mastering
The post-production process where the finished recorded audio is transferred to a data storage device from which it will be copied.
- Types of audiovisual formats
Various audio and video formats, including digital.
- Audio editing software
The various software for editing and generating audio, such as Adobe Audition, Soundforge, and Power Sound Editor.
- Audiovisual products
The different types of audiovisual products and their requirements, such as documentaries, low budget movies, television series, records, CDs, and others.
- Operate audio-signal processors
Operate audio-signal processors to alter auditory signals.
- Edit recorded sound
Edit audio footage using a variety of sofware, tools, and techniques such as crossfading, speed effects, and removing unwanted noises.
- Manage sound quality
Perform sound checks. Set up audio equipment for optimal sound output before as well as during performance. Regulate the volume during broadcasts by controlling the audio equipment
- Assess sound quality
Assess the recorded sound and music. Make sure it conforms to specifications.
- Convert different audiovisual formats
Ability to use specialised software to convert data from one audio and/or video format to another.