Audio Producer

48 Weeks
$30,000 - $100,000
  • Full Time
  • Diploma
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    Audio Producer Description

    Audio producers use computer software to record, synchronize, and edit music and sounds for individuals, groups, and musical productions. They can work for a variety of fields including recording studios, theatres, broadcasting, film production, and anywhere that requires audio production.

    Audio Producer Core Task and Skills Required

    Audio producers work behind the scenes to record, mix, and edit sound using computer software programs. An audio producer sets up audio equipment and oversees the recording of music and sound effects for different concerts, recordings, broadcasting, film, theatre, and other musical productions.

    • Set up audio equipment
    • Repair and trouble shoot audio equipment
    • Use different computer software programs
    • Blend, synchronize, and edit sound recordings
    • Troubleshoot problems
    • Attention to detail
    • Operate a sound booth
    • Oversee recording and mastering of sounds and different audio performances
    • Work closely with artists, musicians, and recording staff to produce the right sound
    • Manage a budget
    • Collaborate with other producers, artists, and other professionals

    Audio Producer Salary

    The lowest average salary of an audio producer is $55,000.00 per year. However, this depends greatly on the field that someone chooses.

    Audio Producer Hours

    40 hours or more a week

    Audio Producer Training

    Most audio producers have a post secondary education in music production. Many colleges offer one or two year programs. Some students have university degrees in a related field.

    Useful Information About Being a Audio Producer

    Audio production is a field that requires ongoing learning and skill development. Newly hired audio producers start at the bottom and work their way up while learning on the job. The skills, equipment, and software they learn will depend on the company and field they pursue.

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