The internship I participated in this summer semester was
at Sounds True Recording, a company that records, edits, produces, markets,
copyrights and distributes audio books and music that focus primarily on
spirituality, meditation and general wellness. As a learning experience, the internship was slightly
below a class in building knowledge but trumped by far any class in converting
that knowledge into practical skills.
Knowledge I gained was mostly specific to how programs like GraceNote,
DB poweramp, Chapter and Verse, and most importantly Pyramix worked and what they
The most interesting tasks I got to participate in were editing podcasts myself, normalizing tracks if they came out too quietly from engineers, setting up the studio for a session that was going to run later in the day and compiling music tracks from various CDs from the same artist and buidling a "best of CD" from the artist. Overall, the internship far exceeded my expectations.
- Jacob Harrison, Class of 2015