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#1 Michael Chobot

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Posted 13 January 2009 - 05:59 PM

Hey everyone,

I am about to graduate and I plan on moving to LA during the summer. I enjoy working with protools and am comfortable with the program. I have been using it now for almost a year on school projects. My goal is to work in post production sound professionally, and recently I have been thinking about becoming certified as a protools operator or expert, in hopes that it may help me get a better job quicker once I graduate.

For all the professionals on this site, I was wondering what your thoughts were on this. Would this be beneficial for a student to do right out of college or more a waste of money? How much water does "Protools Operator" on a resume' hold in Los Angeles?

Also, how difficult is it to break into the are of sound design on feature length films?

Thanks a lot,
Mike
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