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Lazy j & Big guy
Transcript of Lazy j & Big guy
-Famous Singers/Musician=world wide singers (famous to the world)
-School of radio= the radio industry
-singing tutor= someone who teaches someone how to sing or get better
-Performers & Writers= they perform live on a stage/tv/or perform anywhere to an audience/ writters= write the songs that singers sing.
-Band/Recording Act/Recording Artist= a band or solo artist record their music/or edit the soundtrack.
-Show group= a group of people
- Singer, Studio Singer, Vocalist, Background Singer, Chorus Member, Jingle Singer= these are types of singers in the music singers industry
-Studio Musicians, Session Player, Sideman, Freelance Musician
-Composer, Lyricist, Writer= these are all to do with the singers, they are other careers. A definition of what the music industry The music industry involves production, distribution, and sale of music in a variety of forms, as well as musical performance. It involves a variety of careers in the music industries. http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3401802800.html A list of careers available WITHIN the music industry 1. Music Producer - Production Music
2. A&R Coordinator
4. Celebrity Bodyguard
5. Record Producer
6. Smartphone Music Composer
7. Music Therapist
8. Recording Engineer
9. Music Journalist
10. Booking Agent
11. Concert Promoter
12. Background Singer
13. Music Director
14. Personal Manager
15. Session Musician
16. Disc Jockey
17. Tour Manager
18. Recording Group
19. A&R Administrator
20. Ethnomusicologist http://www.careersinmusic.com/ List of the tertiary courses available in Aotearoa/New Zealand for people who wish to pursue a career in music Certificate in Performance Music from Apostolic Training Centres Limited
Certificate Level 4
Credits gained on completion of this course:
Applicants must be at least 17 years old and have completed five years of music performance at secondary school or one year of performance music study beyond level 2. Theory knowledge is an advantage. Interview and audition needed. International students must also have an IELTS score of 5.5 or equivalent.
What can I learn during this qualification?
Students study instruments - minor and major; PA and recording systems; musicianship and aural training; arranging and composing; chamber choir; audio productions; tour and event planning and management.
What can I expect out of this qualification?
Graduates will be skilled musicians and able to operate effectively within the music industry, utilising recording and live sound technology and event management skills to develop their music career. http://www.careers.govt.nz/default.aspx?id0=505&id1=0599&id3=9597 The National Certificate in Music (Level 3) is designed as a national qualification to:
provide a level of knowledge, skills and competence in music to permit and assist a pathway to further education and training;
meet specific industry profiles for people entering the workforce as musicians or as other members of music industry.
This qualification recognises demonstrated core knowledge, skills, and competence in music areas of performance, composition, theory, analysis, literature, and music industry. It enables the development of competencies and other related skills in music, and other performing arts sub-fields.
The qualification is the second of several levels in the sub-field Music, and leads to higher level music qualifications. While the qualification enables a selection of unit standards at level 3 or above, it is expected that nearly all students will make their selection from standards at levels 3 and 4 SINGERS The singers job involves an act of producing musical sounds with voice.
Someone who sings is called a singer or vocalist -these people perform music such as songs done with a musical instrument or track.
Professional singers usually build their careers around one specific musical genre!, such as hip hop. They take singing lessons/training provided by voice teachers or vocal coaches throughout their careers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singing Church choir soloists can make from $30 to $500 per performance (all figures in US dollars). Performers in a community choral group can earn from $200–$3,000 yearly; members of a professional concert choral group can make $80 and up per performance. Singers who perform on radio or TV shows can make $75 and up per show on a local station and $125 and up per national network show (e.g., CBS or NBC). Jazz or pop singers who perform with dance bands or nightclub show groups can make $225 and up per week. Professional opera chorus singers can make from $350–$750 per week. Opera soloists, for which the number of job openings is very limited, can make from $350 to $20,000 per performance for the most elite performers. Classical concert soloists, for which the number of job openings is very limited, have approximate earnings of $350 per performance and up. Pay you might be likely to receive in
the singing career College or university degrees are "not always required but the equivalent training is usually necessary". Post-secondary training in singing is available for both Classical and non-Classical singers. In the Classical stream, singing can be studied at conservatories and university music programs; credentials that are available range from diplomas and Bachelor's degrees to Master's degrees and the Doctor of Musical Arts. In popular and jazz styles, college and university degrees are also available, though there are fewer programs What qualifications are required to do the
job AND where you can get these? Qualifications pt. 2 YOU COLUD BE A SINGER AND BE WORLD WIDE KNOWEN LIKE KIMBRA!! THE NEW TITANIUM BIBLIOGRAPHY BY ZARIUS & NATALIA