Preserving The Art Of AUdio Engineering

May 2005
Mix;May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p36
The article informs that those who embark on a career in the craft of engineering tend to be passionate individuals. They generally devote themselves to long years of learning, 12-plus-hour workdays and significant outlays of cash for work-related equipment--often without job security, benefits or a 401k--all in the pursuit of great sound. They also tend to be an opinionated bunch; get any two engineers in a room and one will quickly be inundated with differing views on what constitutes great sound.


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