When talking about live sound engineering projects, there might be situations in the life of sound engineers where they had to run for some essentials tools which are needed for fixing any inconsistency / errors in the sound systems, consoles, during the designing and testing of the sound environment.
For Sound Engineers some traditional careers pathways which they considered were, Live Concert Engineer, Studio Engineer, Sound Designer, Mastering engineer, Remixing Engineer, Music Producer, Audiovisual Technician, Audio Freelancer etc.
Most of the audio manufacturers recommend that the equipment must undergo a through cleaning at least twice a year and many sound companies don’t even tidy up their equipment once in a year. Sound companies won’t devote quality time in cleaning up their equipment in a proper way and blame the audio manufacturers for their under performance.
As there are lots of battery options, sound engineers are sometimes skeptical about the type of battery which can be relied upon, whether to choose alkaline batteries, AA rechargeable batteries, rechargeable lithium batteries or Lithium non-rechargeable AA battery.
It is still an enigma for majority of sound engineers / musicians around the world on how to capture quality drum-recordings. Getting that perfect output is a time consuming task, as the drum’s sound is being influenced by the room in which it is being played when compared to other instruments.
We can choose any room for a basic home studio setup, but it should be free form external / outside noise like traffic, sound from factories etc. After the selection of room, you have to treat the room acoustically.
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