Today’s post is the second post in a short series about pro audio career advice. The last article explored general pro sound tips and tricks.
Today’s post answers two of the more common questions I see in my email inbox:
How do I become a field recordist and share sound libraries on the Web?
How do I get and established selling sound, and what’s the most effective way to break into that world?
Do you want to record sound effects beyond the studio? Are you eager to share your field recordings with other sound pros? Today’s post includes suggestions to help you build a field recording career sharing sound on the Web.
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