SidebarsIndustry Resources I interviewed for an internship at a local Philadelphia sound company many years ago. During the interview my future mentor told me that learning to be a sound engineer is no different than studying to be a doctor. He told me my mom would brag about “my son, the sound man.” In that spirit, considering the entertainment industry is one of the oldest professions, I find it interesting that studying and testing to becoming a doctor or lawyer is more consistent and ...

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