"Most Unique Record Label 2022"

Music Metadata Intern/Assistent

Music Metadata Intern

 

Sublime Exile Recordings is an independent niche record label, music publisher, and content owner founded in Copenhagen, Denmark, and initially started in 2002 as a traditional record label affiliated with a recording studio, selling music on physical formats but has since 2005 been releasing digital content only. Since 2020, however, the label release music on vinyl & CD again!

Our catalogue includes a great variety of music styles and artists coming from many corners of the world and we are constantly working on new local and international releases.

JOB DESTRIPTION

Music Metadata Internship

We are looking for a Music Metadata intern. You will work closely with our music and library database. You should be passionate about metadata, music and information science. Additionally, you should be good at managing your time and deadlines, communicating in all ways digital and non, and working accurately – both on your own and with others.

Essential Duties:
• Propose, evaluate and test new features or bug repairs for database.
• Create and edit music metadata.
• Evaluate quality of music metadata from open source or commercial sources.

• The intern works to broaden engagement with tools for digital music, musicology, music notation, and audio, in partnership with the Music Librarian and aligned with the Digital Music Lab.

• The intern works both on maintaining and upgrading our technical infrastructure.

• The intern is trained to be fluent in publishing software, Heroku, as well as the other tools we and our partners use in the production of their journals and provides technical support as well as ongoing oversight of our publishing apparatus. To aid in the ongoing growth and impact of our program, the intern is also responsible for ensuring our journals are appropriately registered, catalogued, and indexed and that internal processes such as archiving, and analytics are completed.

• Lastly, the intern provides guidance to journal publishing partners, in collaboration with the Digital Publishing Librarian, on editorial roles and workflows, copyright and permissions, web accessibility and other aspects of publishing practice.

PLEASE NOTEYou’ll be working from home on a freelance basis (unpaid) communicating with the headquarters on a daily basis.


Please, tell us in your cover letter and resume about your:
• Background in music; formal education in music information retrieval and/or library and information sciences
• Experience creating and editing metadata - preferably music metadata
• Knowledge of digital audio file formats
• Flexibility with respect to working on multiple projects and shifting priorities
• Ability to balance attention to detail and accuracy with an understanding of “the big picture”

 

We look forward to receiving your application and CV for this vacancy in Danish or English. Please, send in your resume below and we'll get back to you ASAP.

 

Copenhagen, Denmark