Fernanda Starling started her career in Brazil and is now a versatile engineer in Los Angeles. Working in Recording, Broadcast, and Film & TV Audio!
Posts tagged broadcast audio
Any time you’re working on a mix that’s going to broadcast, it’s important to ask for specs. Specs are essentially a set of rules for each broadcaster, such as: how loud content can be (overall average and peak levels), what format to deliver (files or tape) and how or where, and specific mix requirements (such as “no music in the center channel”).
Audio engineers and audio techs in the world of broadcast are very different in terminology and context compared to live concert sound, even though they perform similar tasks. Below you will find common television vernacular along with descriptions per position (some may vary). Broadcast Engineer (EIC): A Broadcast Audio Engineer and Broadcast Engineer, commonly referred […]