Making the transition from student to working sound engineer is not always easy. Even once you've started working building a big enough client base to sustain a career is equally difficult.
To create a successful career in sound engineering requires soft skills that aren't often taught - how to get noticed by those who have work to offer.
This tutorial focusses on what it takes to get noticed, how to write good covering letters and CVs that actually get read, ways to approach people you want to work with in a way that gets you into their office, and what is expected of you once you get your first opportunities.
This is a no-holds-barred presentation that has galvanised hundreds of aspiring sound engineers to get their foot squarely in the door and has led to many highly successful careers.
Suitable for students and working sound engineers who wish to build better careers for themselves.