Last week we looked at how to begin field recording on a budget. We saw how to:
- Assemble a basic field recording kit.
- Build a sound effects collection.
- Use sound isolation tricks to improve your sound clips.
- Join and contribute to the field recording community.
Have you been recording sound effects for some time? Have you gathered a substantial sound effects library? Still excited every time you power up your recorder?
Well, what's next? You may have these questions:
- Can you find work as a field recordist?
- Is it possible to shape a career working with sound effects?
- What options do you have for finding work?
- How can you break into the industry?
In today's post I'll share how to make field recording and sound effects a larger part of your life.
And, if you wish, you can choose to have your sound library and your field recording wizardry support you.
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