#1
I just wanted some opinions on a matter I have been contemplating seriously for the past couple of weeks. I'm currently a sophomore in Marketing (4 yr business degree). I have been playing guitar for about 3 years now, and I am considering switching my major to Music and dedicating myself to my axe, but the only problem is I don't know if the degree is worth it in the end. Are there any good jobs besides making it big and hitting it off in a band, that pay well for a music degree? I just feel like it's my calling and I don't really know what to do. Criticism is accepted, just try to keep it positive.
#2
I don't know exactly what you can do with that degree, but it sounds like a bit of a gamble to me...
and now for something completely different..
#3
Session musician or tuition would be good. Also professional song writing or arranging. Keep in mind though, that for a music degree you'd (probably) need to be grade 8 with a very good theory knowledge.
#4
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#5
If you've been playing for 3 years I kinda doubt you'd make it through the intake exam. I've considered the same thing, but decided I need a little more security in life.
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#6
Keep in mind, you can stick to music even without the degree.

Im going for architecture/engineering, but plan on continuing guitar throughout.

That way, I can afford "1337" gear
#7
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Keep in mind, you can stick to music even without the degree.

Im going for architecture/engineering, but plan on continuing guitar throughout.

That way, I can afford "1337" gear


This.
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