Audio design

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Audiodesign is the name given to the creation of sound recordings using electronic means. It has become a profession since the digitization of information technology in the 1990s and combines former tasks of noisemakers , sound engineers and musicians.

Audio designers assist with the creation of sound recordings or compose and produce their own sounds or music for advertising, film , computer games , websites , theaters, exhibitions and other events. They also create sounds and styles for keyboards, for example, as well as notation, and they compose songs for performers or rearrange pieces of music. To do this, they use music software and sound technology , master HTML and CSS and have a basic knowledge of Flash .

Audio designers work in advertising and internet agencies , marketing departments, recording studios and music publishers , for record and software companies, for keyboard manufacturers, radio and TV broadcasters as well as in theaters and in the music trade, as music producers and DJs, for artist and event agencies. The Federal Employment Agency has given audio designers their own professional code: 8319-126. There are training courses at the Electronic Studio Basel or at the SRH University of Popular Arts Berlin.

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