The Sound Tech Research team located in San Francisco, California is looking for a talented, self-motivated student to make recordings and mixes for a variety of experiments and analysis on a range of genre, including live sports, music and movies.
Join the leader in entertainment innovation and help us design the future. At Dolby, science meets art, and high tech means more than computer code. As a member of the Dolby team, you’ll see and hear the results of your work everywhere, from movie theaters to smartphones.
As an intern, the Dolby U program offers impactful, project-based work experience in a collaborative, creative environment where you work side by side with industry leaders. Amplify your insatiable curiosity by implementing real-world solutions that revolutionize how people communicate and how entertainment is created, delivered, and enjoyed worldwide. For anyone seeking to gain invaluable expertise through meaningful, personal contributions, join us to design a future where technology meets entertainment!
Create a wide range of recordings using both well-known and novel recording methods and equipment
Work with researchers on understanding the content from various points of view, including analytical listening and running objective analysis
Present the conducted work to the sound technology research team at the end of internship
Document work and results in a well-organized way
Strong education on audio content recording and creation
Good recording and mixing skills, familiar with popular DAWs
Excellent listening skills
Strong personal interest in sound and sound technologies
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
C/C++ language, Matlab, or Python programming skills would be an advantage
Working towards a Tonmeister degree or a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or a related field; recent grads who are within 6 months of graduation are also eligible to apply
Must be available to work full-time Monday-Friday for 12 months between May/June 2019–May/June 2020
Go HERE to apply!