Hi all! I wonder who where works? I think the site has a lot of composers who have other professions and jobs =)
I think about 70 percent do not work in the music industry and are not associated with it (and I get into the 70 percent :)). I am a PR specialist in one education, and the second programmer (I think it is the most boring profession. I am very glad I do not work in this field)
I work as a janitor near to Shulyavsky bazar. In the summer I work as a turnover penguins at the South Pole.
Still working as a loader at a drum factory – at lunchtime I doing tracks for AJ.
I work as a janitor near to Shulyavsky bazar. In the summer I work as a turnover penguins at the South Pole. Still working as a loader at a drum factory – at lunchtime I doing tracks for AJ.Ha ha..:)You forgot to say that you made toys for the children 20 years ago – horses without one leg:))
Sometimes I work as surveyor on vessels like this :
But 80% of my time I compose music.
“Taught” ESL for 10 years and DJ’d as well. Too loud music for too many years gave me tinnitus. So decided to quit dj. Thank god I no longer teach English. It’s more of an acting job. Kind of like being a clown. Now I just record voice over for a living. It’s nice working at home all day! Who needs a shower!?
I work in Internet/phone/TV service company and I am “Selling trainer” and “Customer service operator”
Musician here all the way. Plenty of live playing activity and some teaching as well. My last 3 years I spent in Dubai, mostly teaching music. Hard there with the artistic life. Switched to Germany, my wifes country of origin.
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