Are you an engineer/producer having trouble staying booked?
10 EASY Tips to attract
10 Structured Tips for each level
With in depth tips like...
Know your client
Find out more about your client; their past projects, their sound, their swag, etc.
don't doubt yourself
understand the stage you are in your career, the important thing is to make progress.
Know your plug-ins/software
clients look for people who can move effectively, efficiently and with assurance.
be a student of the game
the industry we are in is forever changing and evolving, which means so should we.
don't be afraid to experiment
You are a creative! Own it.
know your job
when working as a professional roles are very essential; know yours.
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— How it all began
My name is YL, I'm an audio engineer with over four years experience.
I went to school for audio engineering at SAE Institute. I interned at Castle Hill studios under
mentoring from Max Unrah (mastering engineer) and the late Dan Cohen (rest in peace). In these short years i have worked out of countless studios in atlanta and have recorded/mixed over 60 artists including a few major artists. such as gucci mane,poplord,mykko Montana and more.
— What's the Next
To inform you how to turn engineering into a profession. i want to show you that it is possible being a freelance/independent audio engineer and being successful. I will show you how to monetize your craft without a label or big name clients.