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Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by Aristotelis, Sep 5, 2018.

  1. Jebus

    Jebus Alien

    Please, I write what I want. But thanks anyways!
     
  2. LATE4APEX

    LATE4APEX Hardcore Simmer

    I like soundguy, less pompous.
     
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  3. LATE4APEX

    LATE4APEX Hardcore Simmer

    Yep, that would be the one, since Mosport is in Canada, and Canada is in the Americas.

    Wasn't really aware of the series until ACC came along, will have to go this year.
     
  4. Josefhead

    Josefhead Racer

    not every soundguy is a sound engineer... there are sound designers, sound engineers, mixing engineers, mastering engineers, live mixing FOH/Monitor technicans.., audio technicians.. system technicians and alot more... soundguy is a common term to describe a guy who works with sound...

    for example, I do sound engineering (a bit), sound designing, foh mixing, studio mixing, little bit of mastering, audio technician, a bit of system technician and produce music.... every part of this work is differend... so soundguy does fit quite well
     
  5. A.K.Racing

    A.K.Racing Rookie

    lol
    do you really know what you talking about?

    Duties of a sound engineer
    Alright, so what exactly does a sound engineer do? The typical visual is of someone in front of a huge soundboard with all its levers, dials and panels. That's part of it. In truth, the person sitting at the soundboard may be a sound engineer or an audio engineer. The roles are similar, but a sound engineer has more responsibility for the success of a project than does an audio engineer. In fact, spending time as an audio engineer may be a stepping stone to becoming a sound engineer.

    A sound engineer is responsible for the technical side of a recording or live performance. The sound engineer designs and manages sound levels and outputs, and is responsible for maintaining the physical sound equipment, like amps and microphones.

    When a sound engineer is working on a recording, the responsibility doesn't end with the act of recording the performance. The sound engineer is then responsible for editing, mixing and mastering the tracks so they present the best performance consistent with the artist's vision. Everyone pretty much gets what "recording" is. Let's get more precise about these other phases:
     
  6. Josefhead

    Josefhead Racer

    yeah I realize.. I phrased my sentence wrong.. I meant.. a Soundguy can also be more then a Soundengineer (however also not every soundguy is a soundengineer is also correct) ... soundguy is just a global term ...

    here for example there come also elements of sound design into play...
     

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