auditioner

auditioner

(ɔːˈdɪʃənə)
n
a person who attends an audition
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The 2017 NAMM Show also sawthe domesticdebut of MasterCheck Pro , NUGEN Audio's new loudness, dynamics, and codec auditioner for music professionals.
He was an busy freelancer in Toronto and an active chamber musician, most importantly with the Toronto Gabrieli Brass Quintet He taught at the Alberta Provincial Summer Music Workshop for a number of seasons, For seven years, he occupied a various roles with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada: as administrator, auditioner, stage manager and trumpet coach.
This new capability - called CAE Auditioner - automatically converts standard CAE response data from all common CAE codes into ready-to-run NVH simulator models.
Bouncing across the stage constantly, Pineda felt more like an X Factor auditioner than a frontman.
Andrew got his licence, with many thanks to the auditioner and ladies at the office.
The framing simultaneously mocks the duped auditioner and the film producer, leaving open for now the question of how Wu's own posititionality as observer aligns on this axis of power.
Lucky for me - so I thought, as I don't have any specialist subjects - the BBC 2 TV show's auditioner asked me general knowledge questions instead.
Roy Mora, a translator and stage actor standing beneath an umbrella, was wondering what to tell the auditioner.
5 sound system software, Auditioner playback system III and ControlSpace systems for the hospitality sector.
Two excellent, practical guides will appeal to any would-be actor, comedian or auditioner with practical facts.
I met with my auditioner enroute to the choir room.