Intern - Music Recording Studio
GoodTalkNew York, NY
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Internship Start Date/Season - October-January
Internship Duration - 4 months
Time/Days Required - 5 Days
Workplace Location Requirements - In Person in New York City
As a Music Studio Intern for GoodTalk you will play a crucial role in supporting the day-to-day operations of a music studio. You will work closely with artists, producers, engineers, and our studio manager to ensure that recording sessions run smoothly and efficiently. Your responsibilities will include:
Studio Maintenance: Keeping the studio clean and organized, setting up and tearing down equipment, and ensuring that the studio is in optimal condition for recording sessions.
Equipment Management: Assisting with equipment inventory, tracking, and maintenance. Setting up and testing microphones, headphones, and other studio gear.
Studio Assistance: Assisting with scheduling and coordinating recording sessions, managing studio bookings, and ensuring that artists and producers have everything they need during their sessions, including refreshments and supplies.
Studio Support: Providing general support during recording sessions, such as running errands for artist, producers, and engineers.
Artist Relations: Building and maintaining positive relationships with artists, producers, and other studio personnel, and providing excellent customer service to ensure a positive studio experience for all parties involved.
Studio Operations: Assisting with administrative tasks, such as managing studio calendars and responding to emails.
Learning Opportunities: Actively engaging in learning opportunities to gain knowledge and skills in recording techniques, studio operations, and music production.
Passion for music and familiarity with various music genres.
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
Basic knowledge of recording equipment and studio operations.
Proficient in using Google suite
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Flexibility in working hours, including evenings and weekends, as recording sessions may take place outside regular business hours.
Enrolled in or completed a relevant music or audio engineering program is preferred but not required.