There is a long list of careers [hat may be the right one [0 fit my type of person. I’m always on edge. so you would think that a more adventurous type of career path would suit. I’m able to talk my way out of almost any situation, so maybe even a lawyer or consultant would be fitting. But 1 also have a good ear when it comes to putting together sounds, and an even better way of organizing things in the best way possible to achieve success.
This is where both strategic planning and audio production engineering fall into place among my list of career choices. In the field of audio production I am able to explore music, movies, voice-overs etc.
These are all notable positions of employment in which I can find pleasure in. Strategic planning sets me in a different type of atmosphere, maybe a more fast type of cluttered enviorrnn‘ient. However this is no major issue because under these conditions is when 1 work the best.
Characteristics of both career choices will be identified, helping me in my decision on which to pursue. Being an audio production engineer is way more fun than the title would lead you to believe. Going into this field you will need to be able to quickly recognize what sounds right and wrong and then make the appropriate corrections. An engineer for audio can get into film by simply doing voice-overs, doing the actual