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Overview

Sound Technicians operate audio equipment to record, enhance, mix and amplify sound in support of television, radio, film or video productions, or stage performances.

Day-to-day

  • sets up and adjusts equipment such as microphones, and operates sound mixing consoles and associated equipment to regulate volume and sound quality
  • selects and sets up television recording, editing and mixing equipment, and adjusts and monitors their operation.

Considerations

  • stressful.

To become a Sound Technician

  • You can work as a Sound Technician without formal qualifications, however, a course in audio visual studies or music industry may be useful. Vocational Education and Training (VET) and university are both common study pathways.

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    SkillFinder is a project funded by the Australian Government, through the Digital Skills Platform Program.

Skills employers are looking for

  • Communication Skills

  • Broadcast

  • Teamwork / Collaboration

  • Organisational Skills

  • Music

  • Perioperative

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