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sound technician

  • Mix and regulate sound inputs and feeds, or coordinate audio feeds.
  • Keep logs of recordings.
  • Record speech, music, and other sounds on recording media, using recording equipment.
  • Tear down equipment after event completion.
  • Regulate volume level and sound quality during recording sessions, using control consoles.
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sound technician, website/social media management and groundskeeper

  • Operate and setup all sound equipment at facility for indoor and outdoor wedding ceremonies and events.
  • Arriving early to get layout of needed equipment for events.
  • Placing speakers, microphones, sound board and instruments in an organized fashion to be aesthetically pleasing 
  • Running all necessary cords to operate sound system. 
  • Sound checking mics and digital audio.
  • Sound checking musicians and instrument to be at complimentary levels.
  • Packing and organizing all equipment to be stored for next event.
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sound technician

  •  Mix and regulate sound inputs and feeds.
  •  Obtain, set up, and record for scheduled
  •  Perform minor repairs and routine cleaning of audio
  •  Notify supervisors when major equipment repairs are needed. broadcasts.
  •  Meet with directors and members to discuss assignments and determine layout of church service.
  •  Control the lights and sound of events before and after performances.
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sound technician

  • In charge of making the proper adjustments to sound equipment so that performers can be heard clearly
  •  Preparation and setting up of sound equipment and system for services and church events
  • Preparing and projecting of lyrics, sermons and church advertisements
  • Taking and capturing of quality pictures for social media uploads
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sound technician

  • Run a SoundCraft Si Series Audio Mixer
  • Communicate with light technicians and stage managers on when to execute specific cues for performers
  • Communicate with clients on specific sounds needed for their performance.
  • Research specific sounds that fit client need before finalization of performance