#1
there comes a time to think about pursuing a career in college. most people wanna go to berklee, which seems like a great school, but they only accept 1,000 a year, and that seems pretty slim chances for me.

so what are other competent music schools, especially in the field of sound production/engineering, give me a better chance of getting in?
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ok im thinking of berklee because its the cloest to me, but they only accept 1,000 students a year?
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I'm prejudiced towards the University of Oregon and University of Toronto, both are fairly easy to get in, don't know about the production/engineering field tho
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My alma mater, The College of St. Rose, has a good music program and has a music technology major.
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Belmont University, in Nashville Tennessee, has a really good sound production program, and an all around fantastic music program.
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im not sure around in your area
but in Florida there is Full Sail
and there are probably some musical colleges in new york

theres a page on wikipedia
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dude honestly look into Full Sail. they have a degree program called Recording Arts. They teach you all the ins and outs of the recording aspect of music. I am currently in my second month and im lovin it. classes start all year round so u pick when its good for u to start. it is an accelerated program that can get u out the door with an associates degree in 12 months if u dont fail anything. you can also take Entertainment Business which i believe is going to be Music Business which is a 9-10 month course that will let u get a bachelors. seriously check them out. www.fullsail.com
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Belmont University, in Nashville Tennessee, has a really good sound production program, and an all around fantastic music program.

could you post a link, because i cant seem to find the website
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ah, okay i'll look into those. i'm not a south person, and florida... eh maybe. but i like the options, keep 'em rolling.

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ok im thinking of berklee because its the cloest to me, but they only accept 1,000 students a year?

yeah, that's what i read on the site. got my hopes way down
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