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TC Music careers project

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Elliot Keall

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of TC Music careers project

Music Careers Music Industry Music industry encompasses the entire process of music production, from recording, to marketing, to music sales. Career List Music teacher: teaches music to students in primary, secondary and tertiary studies.
Film/game music composer: designs musical backdrop for games and movies to enhance gameplay.
Instrument repair and tech: creates and repairs instruments.
Legal adviser: advises a band or musician on legal issues.
Stage effects: designs lighting, fog, flame etc. for a live performance.
Music therapy: helps mentally or physically disabled clients regain certain functions using music.
Music retailer: markets and sells music.
Musician: guitarist, bassist, singer, pianist, drummer, strings, brass and woodwind. Music Qualifications Trinity music exams are internationally recognised qualifications. You can sit both practical orperformance and music theory exams. Within New Zealand, most tertiary institutes offer a music degree, and these may differ from music performance degrees offered in Otago and Wellington, to degrees in Auckland that over music culture and history. Also, different institutes specialize in different broad genres of music (for example, Massey offers students mostly classical and jazz qualifications, whilst Otago offers more contemporary degrees). Music therapy Employment Job Description Qualifications Personality Requirements Wages/Salary Composer Job Description Employment Personality Requirement Qualifications Wages/Salary Uses Music as a type of treatment usually for someone who has a physical or mental disability.
It can also be used in addition to conventional therapy. Usually writes music comissioned by companies that create games and movies. They compose music to complement the mood and emotion of the film/game. The common pay scale for a music therapist is around $38,000 to $45,000, but may increases as more experience is gained working in music therapy. The common pay scale for a music composer is around $80,000 to $95,000 a year (but they could get more if they get a good break). Registered music therapists in New Zealand are employed in a variety of health and education areas such as children with special educational needs, adult learning disability, child and adolescent mental health, adult mental health, rehabilitation (A.C.C.) and aged care. High level of musical ability
Improvisation skills
Excellent listening skills
Reliability
Responsibility
Empathy
Mature personality
Lateral thinking
Ability to provide a safe environment for clients Master and doctorate in music degree can major in music therapy from New Zealand School of Music (Massey University/Victoria University in Wellington) Have to enjoy music
Have a feel for music
Have leadership skills
Be able to work in a team
Creativity
Originality Composers are often employed by the film, game and advertisment industry to create complimentary sound tracks A bachelors, masters, or doctorate degree in music majoring in composition can be obtained from the New Zealand School of Music, Otago University or Waikato University
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