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#1 2014-10-02 14:29:00

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Question about a music production degree?

Hey everyone,

So I just separated from the military after 4 years, and my long-time dream is to become a singer. However, I've always wanted to learn how to produce music... so I'm pretty set on attending Full Sail University in Florida, which is apparently a really good school for learning this stuff.

I just wanted to hear everyone's thoughts on whether this seems like a good idea, or if anyone has any insight on the school/ getting a degree in music production/recording arts, etc


Here's the specific program I'm looking into: http://www.fullsail.edu/degrees/campus/ … -bachelors

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#2 2014-10-07 18:50:52

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Re: Question about a music production degree?

It depends. If you want a regular paycheck, go for the degree in music production. And be prepare to work as a low or non-paid intern at a studio. But you learn a lot of stuff. The most thing you will learn is how to listen. And I don't just mean listen to bosses. I mean, a set of hears that can hear things in a recording and do something with them. And that cannot be taught in a book or a classroom. You just have to get that.

As for singing, you could do that, too and I think having some recording skill may help you, laterally. But I could be the wrong one to comment on that. Most of my time has been singing in front of people, rather than a studio mic. They are two different worlds.


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