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Music Jobs! Find a job in the music industry

So you want to be in the music industry. Well not everyone will become a successful recording artist so there are many other ways to still be involved in the industry.

Recording Engineer
Being a recording engineer can be a good job if you own the studio. With home recording becoming the norm, there are just not a ton of positions open at major studios. Your best bet is to own your own studio in you home and charge people to record. You will need to know not just how to run software but you should also be educated in microphone placement, mixing, EQ, Midi and more.

Live sound engineer
This is basically a recording engineer but you would be mixing at clubs, concert halls, stadiums and more. There are some positions for this type of job but the pay may not always be the greatest.

Managing an artist or band is great if the they are successful. Expect to pretty much eat and breathe the person or group you are managing. A ton of work goes into this.

Getting a job in radio can be fun but also does not pay very well unless you are a very successful morning show DJ.

You can make great money being a producer. It can be a challenge getting you music heard by the right artists so you can have a major artist on your track. If you work hard enough and get to know the right people it can happen!

Great job if you are successful. It takes a ton of work and getting to know the right people to get the right artists to use your songs.

Road Crew
Working for a successful artist on the road can be fun and the pay is not too bad. You will have to set up and tear down stage shows every night but the life experience is amazing.

This is just the tip of what you can do!

Artists and bands submit your music to
www.hardcorejamz.com (Hip-Hop)
www.hardcoremix.com (Rock,Pop,Country,Jazz,Electro,Gospel and more)
Submit music on either site


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