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Encyclopedia > Audio engineer

An Audio Engineer is a person recording, editing, manipulating, mixing and mastering sound by technical means. Whilst being usually associated with music production, an Audio Engineer may be involved in dealing with sound for a wide range of applications, including post production for video and film, live sound reinforcement, advertising, multimedia, broadcasting.
Audio Engineers operate mixing consoles, microphones, signal processors, tape machines, digital audio workstations, sequencing software and speaker systems. Traditionally an Audio Engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of a sound recording or other audio production and works together with a record producer or a director. However, the Audio Engineer's is quite often integrated with the producer's role.


Audio Engineering Society (http://www.aes.org)

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The size of the audio department depends on the company, but can consist of just one or two people who are sometimes required to work very long hours, particularly as launch dates approach.
The Audio Engineer will sometimes also audition and record any actors that are needed – in other languages if the game is being re-versioned – and this might involve lip synching to animation.
Audio Engineers need excellent communication and interpersonal skills to be able to understand what designers and producers want from them and to keep up with any changes.
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Analyze, troubleshoot, and remedy common electrical and audio problems, ground loops, and equipment failures.
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