1. What do you do for a living?

I am an audio engineer and producer at an audio post-production company called Sound Lounge (and an internal creative division called RadioFace) in New York. I also run a production collective on the side where we produce films for education and social awareness-related projects.

2. Explain me why are you the best sound engineer for us?

I work very punctual with professional quality.I have knowledge In analog and digital mixers, I have knowledge in selecting positioning, adjusting and operating the equipment use for live performance. I have a good problem solving skills.I a have knowledge in maintaining and repairing equipment. I have the ability to cope with long hours and tight deathlines.

3. What is your greatest strength? How will it help you as a sound engineer?

My greatest strength is employing my hands on experience with a "Can Do" attitude in a team environment in order to satisfy both the performer(s) and the audience. I work very well with others and am confident in my abilities.

4. Please explain me how would you describe what you do?

A lot of puzzle solving and putting disparate pieces together into cohesive results; whether just sound or full projects. At Sound Lounge I do a lot of recording, mixing, sound designing, and casting for primarily radio and some TV commercials. I also occasionally work on longer film projects. My production work in the collective is a lot of production management and coordination for the entire production process – before we even think about audio post.

5. What are your career goals as a sound engineer?

My goals as a sound engineer are use my hands on experience to satisfy the performer(s) . I would also enjoy working in a team environment where I can continue to learn and grow in my career.

6. Where do you see your career going in the next 5 years as Sound Mixer?

In 5 years, I want to be a more well-rounded engineer than I am today. Even with my training, I know that I have much to learn, and there will be tricks of the trade that I don't know of yet.

7. Tell me what qualification and skills will you bring to our organization?

Well, I am an extremely talented, energetic and enthusiastic sound engineer with profound experience in operating machines and equipment to record, synchronize, mix, and reproduce music, voices, or sound effects. I have deep knowledge in assembling and maintaining sound equipment. I can easily solve technical problems and that too within time. I have great knowledge of the theories and techniques required to compose, produce, and perform works of music, dance, visual arts, drama, and sculpture.

8. Please explain me what is your greatest weakness? What are you doing to improve it?

My greatest weakness is talking about myself. It makes me uncomfortable to talk about myself. I am a team player who is geared toward finding a solution to an issue in a timely manner. I am a problem solver with a "Can Do" attitude. I am confident in my abilities and am qualified to handle any sound tech job where I can satisfy both the client and the audience. I work very well with others.

9. Explain me what kind of equipment have you used in past projects? What is your favorite equipment to work on?

Analog and digitalMixers, parametric equalizers, compressors, external fx, expander gates, xovers, loudspeakers. Monitor speakers, Microphones, musical instruments, Drum machines, Dj mixers. Playback systems, record systems, cpu. Software and hardware.

10. Explain me what was the most challenging task you encountered in your past job?

Dancers. During one of our shows we experienced a complete blackout of the house system. We had been having troubles with certain elements of the system before, so at the time it was unclear as to what caused the problem. Under pressure from the directors, we had just a few minutes to identify, reboot, and continue the show to the best of our ability.

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