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Seven Traits Of A Good Assistant Studio Engineer
« on: September 17, 2018, 07:50:04 am »

Seven Traits Of A Good Assistant Studio Engineer
What's expected of an assistant and how to run a professional session; it's not all about the technical side...
By Bobby Owsinski • September 17, 2018


You may never work in a studio that has an assistant engineer, and if you own your own gear, you may never be one yourself, but it’s good to find out what an assistant in a major facility like the Record Plant, Capitol, Oceanway or Avatar really needs to know.

These seven tips are excerpted from my Recording Engineer’s Handbook, and many come from the legendary Al Schmitt (who’s won more Grammys than any other engineer).

They’ll help you understand what’s expected of an assistant and how to run a professional session, regardless of the level that you’re on...

Continue reading here: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/recording/seven_traits_of_a_good_assistant_studio_engineer/
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