These audio engineers carry out their task on the technical aspects of recording i.e the setting up of pace, the pre-amp tabs, micro-phonic equipment and laying down the different levels of sound. However, their role has changed in music industry with each innovation and technical advancement.
Therefore, this kind of performance and recording brought so many objections. Then technicians and engineers had a big role for they had to perform these changes and synchronisation. However the cameraman, electricians and construction groups were not satisfied because of the money and time being lost in all such efforts. This resulted in longer phases of rehearsing. And many a time these were intolerable. There were very few times when Groves found that the acoustic circumstances would suit the music recording. Many times the conductors required to go behind the performer while using the batteries or lamps and cameras. It was also seen that lots of singers faced issues while recording because they were not photogenic and much more bothered about the synchronisation rather than the performance. Groves also suggested that whenever there was shooting of lengthy dance scenes, it was cheaper to set up the temple by using piano departs rather than using plea reported numbers which had full orchestra
To introduce sound into motion pictures, there had been revolution of the amendments in the whole of the music industry (Aural perfection without the sound engineer, 2010). Since there had been additional converts, music and real sounds therefore were easier for the sound engineers to present real-life experiences for the viewers and listeners. Soundmen and the art director had to closely collaborate while planning and creating sets. George’s work was impacted due to these developments because for the great sound to be created, only the closest corporation with the director and communication of ideas had to be utilised. He had to always show his technical skills, critical listening skills and professional skills.