On the SoundGirls Facebook page composer Miriam Mayer had these questions about delivering score for a film mix: How do you like score delivered? Do you prefer individual cues, time-stamped? Or do you prefer one long file? Do you want every cue at a constant volume? Or do you prefer cues that are under dialogue […]
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The percentage of women continues to rise within working occupations across the globe, tech and the music industries both being included. But with women only making up 5% of music producers and engineers in the music industry, we continue to set the bar high by taking control of our own careers and using that hustle […]
As a full-time sound engineer, she is involved in making people feel the emotion in the music the way that she does, albeit a little differently. Whether it’s pushing up the fader for a particularly awesome guitar solo or dialing in the perfect vocal effect for a more intimate song, it’s hugely rewarding to watch people experience the music instead of just listening to it, and know that she has had a part to play in that.
The planning team has to think of everything that might be utilized in multiple spaces, how the venues can share the tech, and which venue has priority. On top of that, you have to consider the needs of the bookstore and meeting rooms. How the dining area will serve and seat several hundred students each day. Even down to the what kind of toilet paper will fit in the dispensers.