Recording Arts

Professionals in the recording arts industry capture and manipulate sound for musical or technical purposes. Read on to learn more about the world of sound and recording as well as education and career options in this field.

Inside Recording Arts

Recording arts professionals use audio equipment and sound technologies in nearly all aspects of their work. They record, manipulate and remix music or other sounds for musical enjoyment or for use in projects, such as concerts, movies, television and radio. Find out more about jobs in the recording arts and the training these positions require by reading the Study.com articles linked below.

Education Information

Though not mandatory to start a career in the recording arts, formal education can prepare you to jump into a very competitive field. There are recording arts certificate and degree programs at undergraduate and graduate levels. Students in these programs can acquire knowledge about the science behind audio, the history of music, musical theory and music composition. Many programs offer practical training in recording and mixing sound materials to develop students' technical and equipment handling skills. Internship opportunities may also be provided. Learn more about possible education paths here.

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