Recording Studio Setup Worker Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Recording Studio Setup Worker in United States

The average salary of a(n) Recording Studio Setup Worker in United States is $49,487.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Recording Studio Setup Worker in United States is $23.79.

The average bonus of a(n) Recording Studio Setup Worker in United States is $891.00.

Job Description:

Arranges sound recording equipment in studio preparatory to recording session following work order specifications: reads work order to determine position of equipment and arranges equipment, such as consoles, isolation booths, microphones, tape machines, amplifiers, music stands, and musical instruments, by hand or using handtrucks and dollies. Connects equipment electrical lines to outlets according to oral or written instructions. Dismantles equipment subsequent to recording session and returns items to storage. Maintains storage area and assists in maintaining tape library. Less

Arranges sound recording equipment in studio preparatory to recording session following work order specifications: reads work order to determine position of equipment and arranges equipment, such as consoles, isolation booths, microphones, tape machines, amplifiers, music stands, and musical instruments, by... More

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