#1
how would you describe studying as a music major in college? Im thinking about maybe going for that
#2
its amazing!

what do you plan on going for/to?

classical, jazz, or modern?
schools like berklee, state schools, private schools??
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#3
I did it and loved it. To get into an academic program at a university or something, the audition requirements are very demanding. Be prepared for that.

It was a ton of work. One guy I know had a prior degree in engineering, and said that music was every bit as much work and as much challenge.

CT
Could I get some more talent in the monitors, please?

I know it sounds crazy, but try to learn to inhale your voice. www.thebelcantotechnique.com

Chris is the king of relating music things to other objects in real life.
#4
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its amazing!

what do you plan on going for/to?

classical, jazz, or modern?
schools like berklee, state schools, private schools??

i'm really not sure, i just think i wanna go study music of some kind
#5
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i'm really not sure, i just think i wanna go study music of some kind


I'm currently studying classical guitar.
I enjoy my music classes but i'm not a huge fan of classical music.
Next week a have an audition at a school that offers contemporary music.
The thing with my current school is that they really push sight reading..
and i dont think its worth 2 hours of my day to practice sightreading pieces i dont even enjoy.
If I dont get into the comtemp. school i'll still enjoy being here because i have learned a lot.

I would suggest that you look into what you want to take up.. classical, jazz, etc.
Practice sight reading because that will be a HUGE plus for your audition.
Start working on the theory and technique behind the style you choose.
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#8
I love it. It gives you the chance to be exposed to alot of different music and players.
#9
i liked it. and yes sight reading can be huge, and not matter where you go it will be a big part of your study. you can get some tips for guitar sight reading all over the net to get you started if you havent done it much yet.