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What is an engineer (aka "scoring mixer")
A scoring mixer, also known as an engineer, works during the recording sessions to record and mix the music. The engineer is the primary technical resource at recording sessions, and oversees all technical aspects of the recording sessions.

Scoring mixers work closely with composers and songwriters to make sure the recording process happens successfully, whether in a commercial studio or at a home project studio.

Scoring mixers can also be a great source of technical information for composers and songwriters, providng up-to-date information about how current technology is used.

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