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Freelance vs In-House Audio

Nov 30, 2018

Freelance vs In-House Audio is a question often faced by people entering into the creative field of audio. There are definitely some pros and cons to each. Whether it’s sound design, composition, or even voiceover, you will have to make the choice of where you want to fit in.

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How To Make A Better Audio Portfolio

Nov 15, 2018

Learning how to make a better audio portfolio might have you scouring other artists websites trying to find similarities between them that stands out. This tutorial will save you the trouble. If you want to make a better portfolio as a freelancer or as an in-house position, this...

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Equipment Needed To Start Making Music

Oct 26, 2018

The equipment you need to start making music can vary depending on what you can do live. But, not everyone can play an instrument well enough to make some music that sounds good. This post will break down some of the essentials you will need to produce music and some of the gear that can wait.

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Charging More for Audio as a Freelancer

Aug 02, 2019

Charging more for audio as a freelancer. An intimidating move at first, but one that may spark your interest. As a freelance Composer, Sound Designer, or any contractor really, you can be charging more for the work you do.

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Best Sites to Download Free Sound Effects

Mar 22, 2020

These best websites to download free sound effects are great if you’re looking to get royalty-free SFX at no cost. There are many websites out there that offer free sounds for you to download but many can be under not-so-appealing creative commons licenses. Check out these for CC0 sounds!

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Top 5 Audio Industry Blogs

Mar 22, 2020

Top 5 Audio Industry Blogs. The perspective coming from each blog will give you a diverse opinion on the topics they may mutually talk about. Learning about certain techniques, tips and tricks are going to be a lot easier with different sources to read from.

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