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What is the best route to becoming a music and electrician engineer?

I'm asking because, my college career choice was to major in music engineering and minor in electrical engineering. Honestly, I chose the careers I enjoy doing and want to make my life style. One day I want to own my own Record/Recording label (music engineering). If I have a wiring...

#music-production #music-recording #electrical-engineering

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Active Sep 01 '17 at 14:36

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Posted by Calvin M.
Todd Stahlnecker | Electrical Engineer at eCADlt.com Calvin, I'm not qualified to answer the aspect of your question ...

What does a record producer do, how much do they make, and is it a good start- up job for someone who likes music and art?

I am very interested in record production and I really want to know what it is like to be one. #music-recording...

#record-labels

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:06

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Posted by Leigh L.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Leigh, The Record Producer has one of the most sought-after careers ...

What is the most effective way to develop a network of peers and contacts as a musician?

I plan to become a performing musician. #music #music-production #music-industry #music-producer...

#music-recording

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:41

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Posted by Michael S.
Elizabeth Christopher | Songwriter Hi. It depends on why you are "networking." If it is ...

What college courses would I need to take to become a Recording Arts Technician?

I really want to work in a music studio but I live in a small town with little opportunity and I would very much appreciate if you could help me figure out what courses I need to take. Thank you so much! #music #music-recording #recording-production...

#studio-recording

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Emily G.
Roberto Vergara | Music Producer-Composer-Arranger-Saxophone Recording Artist at Robert-O Productions Learn about basic sight reading, timing and some harmony! Can you ...

how do you begin a musical career?

I've been interested in music for a long time and i feel like it would be my best choice as a career. I play instruments but how do i get signed by a label company or even get recognized by other people? What are the first steps i would have to take? #music #music-industry #music-recording...

#music-producer #music-education

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Active Jun 13 at 05:36

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Posted by Juan Carlos M.
Stephen Sims | Executive Director - Quest of Life Media & ... Explore college, community, and independent non-commercial stations for shows that play ...

What are the requirements to get started in musical engineering?

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Active Apr 04 at 09:27

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Posted by Sebastian R.
Charlie Post | Audio Engineer at Chicago Symphony Orchestra Hi, There are many factors to consider to find a program ...

Is a degree in music business worth it?

I'm interested in becoming a successful rapper/producer. I know I have the talent, and I have plenty of time to keep improving my skills, but I'm well aware that you need to know a lot about how the business works, how to network, how to market yourself, etc. But there are a lot of online...

#music-industry #music-production #music-recording #music-performance

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Active Sep 25 '17 at 11:05

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Posted by Deniece W.
Daniel Berger | Yamaha Corporation of America Hi! Degrees don't hurt but its more the experience and connections ...

What kind of classes or internships would be helpful to take if I want to do PR in the music industry?

It took me a few years to find out what I wanted to study in college while I was at a community college, taking a lot of different classes to see what interests me the most. I really liked mass communication classes and found out about public relations and think it would be a fun career path....

#college #music-industry #public-relations #music-recording #internships

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Active Dec 22 '17 at 04:00

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Posted by Aileen J.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... It's always great to know about the history of a field ...

How do i begin a musical career?

I want to learn how to make music my profession or even where to start. #music #music-production #music-industry #music-recording #music-education...

#music-composition

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Active Feb 06 at 16:07

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Posted by Juan Carlos M.
Michael Wright | President/CEO First thing I would recommend is COLLEGE and home recording experience. ...

I am a High School student and don't know which career i would choose. For one I know people don't take music seriously, because of the jobs. But I love Both!!

Engineering and Music sound GREAT for me, but every time I search "engineering in the music industry" it says audio engineering, for some reason I was hoping something else. What kind of engineering would it fall under if I were to use it to work in the music industry? #civil-engineering...

#music-industry #music-composition #mechanical-engineering #music-producer #music-recording #music-education

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Active Mar 26 at 19:52

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Posted by Alicia P.
Glenn Arche | Technical Lead, Mechanical Engineering at Otter Products Alicia that is a great question and Elizabeth makes great point. ...

What would you say would be the required amount of years in college for the music industry?

Hello, my name is Ramon; and I am currently a 17 year old high school senior and I am currently wondering if I may be able to receive a few answers to a few questions that I would like to receive answers to. Apologies for the intrusion of asking these questions if they may seem redundant. I...

#audio-engineering #school #music-production #digital-audio #music-industry #college #music #audio #music-recording

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Active Nov 17 '17 at 09:31

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Posted by Ramon A.
Michael Ogg | AV Technician at A-V Services, Inc. Hi Ramon, This question has two sides to it. In our ...

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