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A presentation on the music industry and careers.

Joel Boyden

on 16 October 2012

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Music The definition of music industry by web:The music industry is the production, distribution, and sale of music in a variety of forms as well as the promotion of live musical performance. Careers in the music industry:
Music Producer- Recording industry Producers organize all aspects of recording music.
Songwriter- Songwriters are responsible for creating musical pieces for a variety of uses, including advertising, television, film, video games, plays, operas, ballets and recording artists.
Music Therapist- A theripist that uses music to help others.
Music Journalist- A journalit that follows story in the catagory of music. eg. artists.
Booking Agent- An Artist Booker, or Booking Agent, works in the music industry to book performers for concerts, gigs and other live music performances.
Music Director-A Music Director may be the director of an orchestra to the director of music for a film. They direct "all things" music.
Personal Asistant- A Personal Assistant will help to provide assistance in the daily life of another individual.
Disc Jockey- A DJ or Disc Jockey is someone who selects pre-recorded music, and plays it for an audience of people
Tour Manager-A Tour Manager helps to organize the administration for a schedule of appearances of a musical group (band) or artist at a sequence of venues (a concert tour). Tertiary music courses in NZ: The University of Auckland

Bachelor of Music (BMus)

Points per degree-360
Full-time study-3 years
Taught by-School of Music, National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries (NICAI)
Taught at- City Campus

http://www.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/home/for/future-undergraduates/fu-study-options/programmes?cid=17661&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=SureFire_Future_Undergraduate_NZ_Bachelor_of_Music&utm_term=music%20course&matchtype=p&utm_content=15402766042 MAINZ
Live Sound and Event Production
DJ and Electronic Music Production
Foundation Sound and Music
Contemporary Music Performance
Audio Engineering and Music Production
Music and Event Management
Creative Enterprise

http://www.mainz.ac.nz/study.php New Zealand School of Music
Classical Performance
Composition (Instrumental & Vocal)
Composition (Sonic Arts)
Music Studies
Music Therapy (postgraduate study only)
http://www.nzsm.ac.nz/study/classical-performance.aspx University of Otago
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Music (MusB)
Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BA(Hons))
Bachelor of Music with Honours (MusB(Hons))
Diploma for Graduates (DipGrad)
Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Subjects (PGDipArts)
Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDipMus)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Music (MMus)
Doctor of Music (MusD)

http://www.otago.ac.nz/courses/subjects/musi.html Ucol
Contemporary Music performance-Level 4
Study Options / Duration- Full-time . 1 Year
Campuses -Palmerston North,Wairarapa,Whanganui
Fees Domestic -$5,493 per year

http://www.ucol.ac.nz/Programmes/Music/133/overview Interview on musician Ed Sheeran. Case Studies Musician
A musician usually plays a musical instrument, especially (although not necessarily) as a profession. Musicians can be classified by their roles in performing music and writing music. It's also a person who makes music a profession, anyone (professional or not) who's skilled in making music or performing music creatively, or one who composes, conducts, or performs music (especially instrumental music) is a musician.
Musicians can be of any music style not limited to classical, orchestral or choral, and musicians can have skills in many different styles outside of their professional experience. Examples of musicians' skills are the orchestration of music, improvisation, conducting, singing, composing, arranging, and/or being an instrumentalist.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musician Record Producer (Music Producer)
A record producer is an individual working within the music industry, whose job is to oversee and manage the recording (i.e. "production") of an artist's music. A producer has many roles that may include, but are not limited to, gathering ideas for the project, selecting songs and/or musicians, coaching the artist and musicians in the studio, controlling the recording sessions, and supervising the entire process through mixing and mastering. Producers also often take on a wider entrepreneurial role, with responsibility for the budget, schedules, and negotiations.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Record_producer Record Producer (Music Producer) Simon Gogerly is at work in is studio. Careers in the music industry: Case Studies Musician Qualifications:
There are no specific entry requirements to become a musician, although you must be skilled in a particular area of music composition or performance
There are no set pay rates for musicians, and what you earn depends on your ability, as well as how often you work and what type of work you do.

Skills & knowledge:
Musicians need to have knowledge of:
basic music theory
musical instruments and an understanding of how they work
acoustics and tuning
recording methods
vocal and performance techniques, and correct breathing methods.
Personal Qualities

Musicians need to be:
punctual and reliable
able to work well under pressure and accept criticism
able to work well in a team if rehearsing and performing with a group
dedicated to practising
able to keep time
confident about performing in front of large groups
persistent and determined
willing to promote themselves to people such as bar owners and agents.
Employment( main employers)
For-profits (i.e. corporate gigs, cruise ships)
Non-profits (ballets, symphonies)
Individuals (weddings, parties)
Education (schools, universities)

https://jobs.govt.nz/ Music producer Qualifications:

There are no specific requirements to become a media producer, but experience in and knowledge of the industry you want to work in is usually needed.
Personal Qualities:
Media producers need to be:
excellent at problem-solving
extremely well organised, with good planning skills
motivated and good at setting goals
good at creating and maintaining professional and personal relationships
good at managing and motivating people
able to work well under pressure.
Pay varies widely, as most media producers are self-employed and work on short-term contracts where they are paid per project. eg, From 20,000 to 2 million.
Most music producers are self employed.
Also recording artists or recording studios request certain produces for different artistsand bands.

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