- Studio Recording - The process of capturing audio in a professional recording studio. This may include recording music, vocals, podcasts, and more.
- ADR and Voiceover Recording - ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) and Voiceover Recording are used in the film and television industry. ADR is the process of re-recording dialogue after filming, typically done in a studio setting. Voiceover recording is when an actor or narrator records their lines in a studio to be used in a film, television show, or video game.
- Audiobook and Podcast Recording - Audiobook Recording is the process of recording someone reading a book or other written material to be sold as an audiobook. Podcast Recording is the process of recording a podcast, which is typically a series of audio or video episodes that can be downloaded and listened to online.
- Music Mixing - The process of adjusting and combining different audio tracks to create a cohesive final product. This can include adjusting the levels, adding effects, and balancing the different instruments and vocals.
- Commercial Mastering - The final step in the audio production process. It is the process of taking a finished mix and making it ready for release, this can include adjusting the overall level, EQ, stereo image and adding any necessary compression, limiting and effects to make the audio suitable for commercial release.
- Music Production - The process of creating and recording music. This can include writing the music, arranging it, recording it, and mixing it.
- Film Production - The process of creating a film, from the initial idea to the finished product. This can include writing the script, casting actors, filming, editing, and post-production.
- Composing and Arranging - Composing is the process of creating music, whether it be writing lyrics, composing melodies, or creating chord progressions. Arranging is the process of taking a composition and adapting it for a specific ensemble or instrumentation, giving it a specific form.