As an audio/video recording technician, you will operate specialized electronic equipment to record stage productions, live programs or events. You may then need to edit and reproduce tapes for compact discs, records and cassettes, for radio and television broadcasting and for motion picture productions.
WHAT YOU NEED:
To become an audio/video recording technician, high school completion is usually required. You will need to take a college program in recording engineering or audio visual production. You should also have experience in a recording studio as an assistant.
$35,000 to $37,000