I work as a nigh pharmacist selling pills all the night. The good thing about my job is that I work ten nighs a month, then i have a lot of spare time. I’m six years working with this schedule but it is difficult for me to get tracks finished. Producitivity doesn’t mean to have a lot of time aviable.
I work as a janitor near to Shulyavsky bazar. In the summer I work as a turnover penguins at the South Pole. Still working as a loader at a drum factory – at lunchtime I doing tracks for AJ.Ha ha..:)You forgot to say that you made toys for the children 20 years ago – horses without one leg:))
Cool! I still do sometimes wooden horses without one leg. And most of the time, I am building card houses resistant to the wind.
lol, I produce mixes with just one channel (kidding)...
To get serious: I mix and arrange songs the whole day in my studio (for different customers, not just for AJ of course and mostly 2-channel ).
I work in that business since 1994 as a freelancer.
Guitar Teacher, part-time Church musician, gigging musician and freelance composer… Been at this for about 10 years… Maybe I’ll be good at it one day… hahaha!
Television – sound-engineer
Multimedia localization engineer, Freelance composer, recording studios consultant and live FOH sound engineer
Everything what has to do with music
TV audio producer and sometimes live musician)))
Professional music composer (and all-around sound man) for sport TV station. I also compose music for custom projects and work as a recording, mixing and mastering engineer in different studios from time to time.
The most cool profession at me… I am the Director general of the Sony Music company
I’m pretty lucky that I work in audio education. We offer degrees basically, so I spend my time in front of Pro Tools mostly teaching audio post production. Great fun!