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\nSourceAudio is looking for an experienced full stack developer to help with the development of our primary application, a single page, ajax-driven, music licensing and distribution website. You'll be creating new pages and updating existing ones by creating new tables and queries in MySQL, reading, writing, and organizing data in PHP7, and then manipulating and displaying said data in JavaScript, using jQuery and CSS.\n\nSourceAudio is a white-label application for searching, managing, and licensing music. All our clients are using the same application, but it can be heavily customized regarding logos, colors, and page design to match their brand and intended use.\n\nHere are a few examples of our clients' branded version of our website:\n\n\n*\n\n*\n\n*\n\n\n\n\nAs an industry leader, we've tackled a number of complex challenges, including:\n\n\n* Designing and deploying a nationwide Node.js based TV monitoring network to look for watermarked audio clips as they're used in real time.\n\n* Writing a program in C that takes an audio file and builds a JSON representation of its waveform so we can display it on a canvas.\n\n* Inventing a new way to compare audio files for similarities based on their acoustic qualities.\n\n* Creating a custom metadata injection system for AIFFs and WAVs and then figuring out how to send them as .zip files on the fly so the end user gets an accurate Content-Length without creating the zip beforehand.\n\n\n\n\nThere's a lot of regular LAMP+JS development and that's primarily what you'll be doing on a day to day basis but we need someone who will excel at the regular work and then dive deep into something more involved when it comes up.\n\nThis is not an entry-level position. We have a large number of interacting systems and we need someone who can hit the ground running. You'll routinely be working on complex, mission critical projects with minimal oversight. If you read this far, please use the word stupendous in your cover letter. It's a small team and we count on everyone to pull their weight.\n\nThis is a full-time remote position and the ideal candidate will have experience getting things done in that environment. Our primary developers currently reside in Atlanta, GA, Boulder, CO, and Los Angeles, CA. If you're in one of those areas and could meet from time to time, that'd be great, but it's not a requirement. We want to find the best person for the job, wherever you are, whatever color you are, and however else you identify.

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