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This position is intended for a currently enrolled student in the Graduate Program of Sound Recording at the Schulich School of Music.
Communications and Production
Organize demo session recordings; reserve appropriate space and coordinate audio / video equipment. Communicate with clients to discuss technical needsand confirm microphone placements, plan for post production including the tasks of editing and mixing music and video; set up equipment prior to the recording session, record the session, and deliver final product to the Production Office within two (2) weeks of the session.
Other Qualifying Skills and/or AbilitiesMust have full working knowledge of Schulich School of Music concert halls/event spaces and associated recording equipment including digital audio workstation software. Knowledge of standard stereo microphone techniques; client-focused, pro-active and professional. Experience connecting audio and video signals for Canon XF300/305/205/100 and Sony EX3, including XLR audio inputs and outputs, HD/SDI and Genloc coax connectors. Demonstrated ability to work with a wide-ranging clientele including students , faculty members and external clients. Must be able to work under strict timelines. Ability to communicate effectively in English written and spoken.
Minimum Education and Experience:
High School Diploma 2 Years Related Experience
(AMUSE C) $25.00
Estimated Number of Work Hours per Week:
1 (Part time)
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