How do you begin field recording? What’s the best way to break into pro sound? Can you earn enough cash to survive selling sound effect libraries on the Web?
I always look forward to receiving email from readers. Recently, I’ve received a handful of similar messages:
How can I work in pro sound? How do I become a field recordist and share sound libraries on the Web?
They are popular questions. I always like seeing them in my inbox. Why? Every message has interesting variations to the question. Some people want to know about post sound. Others are interested in radio production. A few are specifically interested in field recording and sharing sound fx bundles.
Today’s post begins a two-part series of reference articles with career advice for beginners. It shares tips and tricks that you can add to your toolbox to help you find rewarding, paying work in pro audio.
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