SoundGirls: What Makes You Stand Out

When you’re getting started in the music industry (live sound and studio recording), what makes you stand out to a live sound company or a music studio ready to hire?

We’ll discuss the types of jobs available, how to find out about jobs, resumes, good and bad ways to cold contact, and other ways to get a foot in the door. This webinar will discuss how business worked before the pandemic, how it might look after, and what you can be doing now to better be prepared.

Moderated by April Tucker, a Los Angeles-based re-recording mixer and sound editor who works in television, film, and new media. She holds both a Master’s Degree and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music/Sound Recording. April enjoys doing educational outreach such as writing for industry blogs, giving lectures and presentations. www.proaudiogirl.com

Panelists:
Tina Morris, Studio Manager, The Village Studios (Los Angeles)
Catherine Vericolli, Owner/Manager/Engineer, Fivethirteen (Tempe, Arizona)
Meegan Holmes, Global Sales, 8th Day Sound (Los Angeles)

May 20, 4:00-6:00  p.m. PST

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