ATTENTION: Whether you are fed up with your current music recording job and finally just want a career that’s actually going somewhere… or you are considering going to audio college but don’t want to spend all that time and money, then you’ve just found…
“The Fastest Way To A Career In Audio, Guaranteed!”
If you know anything about Audio, you can have a rewarding career as a successful Audio Engineer working in the field in as little as 7 days!
A career where you can:
“Sounds too good to be true, right? Well it’s not, because… I’ve lived it!”
If you’re an audio engineer and you’re still stuck running cables and doing menial tasks, then this might sound a bit hard to believe.
And if you’re thinking about a career in audio and about going to one of those big-box recording schools, then the fact that you could get a career in 7 days... not 4 years… will probably sound incredible too.
But here’s the thing….
The problem with those schools is that while they are churning out “recording engineers” by the hundreds each and every year, the job pool for those graduates is decreasing every year. As computer-based recording systems make home recording studios more and more cost-effective, the demand for audio engineers in the professional music industry keeps getting lower.
“The Job Pool For The Typical Recording School Graduate Is Shrinking Every Year”
It’s simple supply and demand.
Increasing supply and decreasing demand for music recording engineers means more and more competition with your fellow audiophiles. That means fewer jobs available in the field, and the jobs that do exist won’t be able to pay as much as they once did.
Not that anyone’s really in it for the money, it’s all about the music and the art, right?
Well, what about making a decent living and having a real life? It’s kind of hard to do that when your passion just isn’t paying the bills!
And what many people who are striving towards some far-off goal in Music Recording don’t realize is that there are really only a handful of Audio Engineers at the top of the food chain who take up 80% of the major audio work that’s out there.
And it has taken some of those Engineers 30 years or more to get where they are today.
That means that somebody either has to really screw up or literally die for a job opening to come available for the guys that have been at it 20 years, and 10 years, and so on down the line. It’s the 80/20 Principle in action: 20% of Audio Engineers get 80% of the jobs, while the other 80% of Engineers fight for the 20% of the work that’s left.
And oftentimes you’ll have to struggle and pay your dues for years doing stuff that’s so menial it’s laughable – getting coffee for people, just running the cables day in and day out, even cleaning the toilets!
The worst part about it is that many recording school graduates have just paid tens of thousands of dollars for an education that, while it sure is some cool stuff to learn, will not help them secure a steady career as an audio engineer. Talk about an expensive hobby!
“But There IS a Way to Have a Great Fulfilling Career As An Audio Engineer, Do It Faster and Make a Great Living Doing It!“
You see, there’s a huge market for audio engineers that most recording school graduates overlook completely.
Either they just don’t know about it, or they don’t realize how rewarding it can be. But it’s a market where the demand for these sound mixers is actually INCREASING.
I’m talking about the world of Sound for Television.
And I mean television specifically, not movies, because the film industry, like the music industry, is experiencing the same decrease in demand for recording engineers. But unlike film and music, television is showing an increase in demand for audio engineers like never before!
“Why TV is Showing An INCREASE In Demand For Audio Engineers“
Since the rising popularity of Reality TV and “Unscripted” type shows (“How To” & “lifestyle” shows) , the Television industry has seen an increased need for quality sound engineers.
Whereas the typical episodic TV shows such as Monk or Lost require a sound department of no more than three people, the typical reality show such as Survivor needs anywhere from two to 20 sound mixers on the sound crew.