Finding a Career in the Music Business (When You Can’t Sing)

Love the idea of working in the music industry, but can’t hit a note? Don’t sweat: there are many other careers in the field that’ll have you entrenched in good tunes without having to belt some out yourself.

Audio Engineering

A talented singer and a killer band are key to ensuring a quality track, but a sound engineer is instrumental to making sure the final product sounds its best. Audio engineers maximize the sound of a recording through both digital means and by ensuring the musicians they work with have the best equipment on-hand for recording. You’ll be on-set with famous artists, as well as up-and-comers, and play an instrumental role (no pun intended) in the success of their music. To become an audio engineer does require study and preparation, however, so try investigating audio engineering programs at universities or academies that specialize in the field.

Music agent

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