r/Audio Engineering is a free community with a subreddit and a Discord server for people to discuss all things audio engineering.
The subreddit categorizes posts with diverse flairs. These include "Industry Life", "Discussion", "Science & Tech", "Mixing", "Microphones", "Mastering", and more. As you can see, members discuss diverse topics inside the subreddit. Overall, it's a great place for anyone in the profession or hobby of recording, editing, and producing audio.
Members use the subreddit to ask questions, troubleshoot issues, and get feedback/advice on audio engineering. There is a weekly thread where you can ask for shopping and purchase advice, and setup, troubleshooting, and tech support. The general feed is used for additional discussions on all things audio.
Additionally, the subreddit's wiki has lots of useful content and resources for people interested in audio. It includes an introduction to audio engineering as well as training recommendations, FAQs, several guides, and a tips and tricks section.
On the other hand, you can join the community's Discord server, which is also free. It's a great place for getting immediate answers to quick questions and connecting deeper with other members.
Get help and support:
The community is great to discuss all things audio engineering. Members use both the subreddit and the Discord server to ask questions, find tech support, get troubleshooting advice, and find career tips.
Connect with other audio engineers:
You can join the r/Audio Engineering community to connect and interact with hundreds of thousands of audio engineers from all over the world.
Explore great resources:
The community's wiki has lots of useful resources for audio engineers, which include the fundamentals of audio engineering, diverse guides, FAQs, several tips and tricks, and education recommendations.
The r/Audio Engineering subreddit is great for finding other people in the profession or hobby of recording, editing, and producing audio. Members discuss all things audio from science and tech to the industry lifestyle. Additionally, you can join the community's Discord server, which allows you to chat with others in real-time and connect deeper with the community.
The r/Audio Engineering wiki has lots of useful content for audio engineers. You will find an introduction to audio engineering, education recommendations (formal education, courses, internships, and more), and a FAQ section. Additionally, there are guides on troubleshooting, computer hardware and optimization, and gear. Lastly, you will find a section with tips and tricks.
The training section inside the community's wiki has lots of recommendations for external courses and cohorts for those who want to study audio engineering.