Rerecording Mixer Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Rerecording Mixer in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Rerecording Mixer in Arizona - State Average is $54,139.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Rerecording Mixer in Arizona - State Average is $26.03.

The average bonus of a(n) Rerecording Mixer in Arizona - State Average is $1,061.00.

Job Description:

Regulates and equalizes prerecorded dialog, music, and sound effects with action of motion picture or television production, using sound mixing console. Reads script and dupe sheets to learn sequence of speaking parts, music, and sound effects to be synchronized and integrated in film, tape, or video tape. Informs dubbing-machine operator to load sound tracks onto dubbing machine and motion-picture projectionist to place film in projector. Operates console to control starting and stopping of projector and dubbing machine. Observes film or video tape projected onto screen, listens to sound over loud speakers, and turns knobs on panel of console to balance intensity and volume. Informs motion-picture projectionist to project film onto screen. Observes projection and listens to determine that sound is synchronized and equalized with action on film. Less

Regulates and equalizes prerecorded dialog, music, and sound effects with action of motion picture or television production, using sound mixing console. Reads script and dupe sheets to learn sequence of speaking parts, music, and sound effects to be synchronized and... More

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