So You Want to Be an Audio Engineer?
Music, one of the most booming industries of all time, encapsulated in the world of entertainment oozes with millionaire appeal but let's not forget that you need to be talented as well.
Kelly Kramarik, 25, is a self-employed audio-engineer. In the four part series below presented by Khan Academy Kramarik breaks down what it takes to be an engineer. She is a recording, mixing engineer, live sound monitor / front house engineer and in film she is a production sound mixer. Audio engineering encompasses many aspects of bending frequencies, molding sounds and training your ear to detect any aural pitfalls. This series breaks down how much you can make as an audio engineer, personality attributes, the limitless possibilities and more. If you're a rising engineer or want to learn about engineering and what it entails watch below, enjoy!