Freelance Audio Mixing Engineer

  • iZotope
  • Cambridge, MA, USA
  • May 13, 2019
Freelancer Recording Engineer Sound Technician

Job Description

iZotope is seeking a highly skilled freelance audio mix-to-picture engineer who can deliver high-quality stereo mixes to accompany videos for iZotope’s Content Team. If you think you’re a fit, please submit work examples along with your application. 
 
What you’ll do: 
 
  • Work closely with the Video Content Production Manager to help shape the sound, style and ‘voice’ of our audio-for-video content
  • Edit, mix and deliver professional broadcast quality audio consistent with the high standards of the iZotope brand
  • Adhere to iZotope’s content publication schedule and deliver assets on time
 
Ideally you will have…
 

  • Mastery of major audio software packages such as RX, ProTools, Logic
  • Familiarity with video editors workflows
  • Familiarity with delivery standards and specs for major video distribution channels including but not limited to Youtube, Vimeo and Facebook
  • Experience working with OMF/AAF/Multitrack Audio/Video sessions and delivering mix sessions and masters for layback
  • Minimum of five years’ mixing audio for video (Dialogue, SFX, Foley, Music, Ambiences, etc) 
  • Facility working with location audio and audio restoration and clean-up
  • Strong audio editing skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Self-motivated, dependable with a positive, solution-oriented attitude. 

This position is a project based contract and located in our Cambridge, MA office. Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States.
 
About iZotope
 
iZotope makes audio products and technologies that are used around the world. We have a wide range of customers, from the millions of consumers who enjoy our audio enhancement to GRAMMY-winning producers using our pro products to the corporations who license our technology for use in their own products. We are a growing team of highly motivated people who are constantly looking to innovate and improve the way we create and listen to audio.