Curiosity: What's the Best Way to Get into the Music Composition Industry?

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thesecession
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Thanks so much for the tips Russell, and welcome!

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BrownHouseMedia
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I have to concur with Gareth’s post. I live in Nashville which is a music center in the United States. There is a term used in Nashville called being “A Good Hang”. That basically means you are cool/fun to hang around with both in the studio and out. As with most of the music business – it’s all about relationships here as well.

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simaudio
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What a good post, cheers Russell :)

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reubenchng
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Great read here! I guess what boils down to the end of the day is to love what you do and always network, Network & NETWORK !

By knowing people & getting to know most industry related people, your changes being privileged to work in films and composition is higher. People who like you will take your service. So network more!

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BeyondTheVeil
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simaudio said
What a good post, cheers Russell :)

your more than welcome.im just glad you all gave me such a warm welcome with me steaming in here posting a short novel lol.

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