Music technology degree jobs

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Music technology degree jobs
Music technologists know how to operate, maintain and repair sound equipment. (music mixer image by Rido from Fotolia.com)

Music technologists compose and arrange music using modern technology. Graduate programs in music technology allow musically or technically talented students to pursue master's and doctoral degrees. With job opportunities in music, film, video recording arts, television and media post-production, music technology is a career with strong growth potential.

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Music Software Developer

Music software developers are musicians who produce music, create music-related systems and develop music-related software. Developers of music software combine the skills of a computer programmer with the talents of a musician. Music software developers work specialist jobs in the film, music, multimedia animation, games and television industries.

Multimedia Specialist

Multimedia specialists are music and sound specialists that work with a team to design interactive and crossover media projects, such as web, game or interactive application development. Often a multimedia specialist works as an independent contractor instead of as a traditional employee.

Audio Engineer

Audio engineers design, install and operate broadcasting and sound recording equipment. Often based in recording or broadcast studios, an audio engineer will record, edit, mix and master sound in order to get a polished finished product. Audio engineers train to use a variety of sound equipment including speaker systems, tape decks, microphones, signal processors, mixer consoles and digital audio applications.

Music Publisher

Typically employed by a record label, music publishers proofread and edit music manuscripts and choose which pieces to publish. They must be adept at marketing, promoting and distribution and need to understand how to develop and nurture artists.

Sound Technician

Sound technicians install, operate, repair and maintain sound and audio recording equipment. An entry-level job, sound technicians only need an associate degree to be competitive in the job market. Often employed at recording studios and live performances, sound technicians are responsible for sound checks, proper function of sound equipment and the quality of live and recorded sound.

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