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Additional Presenter: Tayloe Harding  The presenters of The Savvy Musician in ACTION (SMIA) will deliver a 90-minute workshop for college music students where attendees pitch arts-based business ideas, vote on favorites, form teams, design a venture from the ground up, and compete for awards.
Rick Drumm, who has had a long and significant career in the music products industry, presents an overview of career options available to graduating students. Rick worked in the corporate office at Remo before becoming the president of MIDCO, Vic Firth and D’Addario. Rick greatly benefitted from his music industry…
This session offers an exploration of ways musicians can forge sustainable careers by creating value in society through their music, regardless of whether they work independently or within arts organizations including review distinctions between traditional jobs and new-century careers. The session will overview three main aspects of sustainable careers, give…
This session provides practical, hands on suggestions and resources for securing an internship in the music industry. Warner Music College Marketing Representatives and InternMatch, among many others, will be reviewed. Learn tactics for how to land a productive and career-launching internship.  
Attend this session to find out how the study of games be applied to music (and vice versa). The presenter will demonstrate computer-based implementation of randomness as a component of both music and games using both the Unity (Game) and MaxMSP (Music) programming environments. 
Additional Presenter: Richard R. Cole  In today’s world, building a successful career in music also requires building a working knowledge of intellectual property. Susan Anthony and Richard Cole, with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, will go “around the (music) world in 30 minutes (or less),” identifying the various ways…
Additional Presenters: Rachel Mullins and Kim L. Wangler  This presentation examines the role of women in the music products industry via quantitative and qualitative data. Find out how both young women and men can contribute to a fair and equitable industry.
Attendees will hear the real-life stories of successful professionals who have made it in the music industry. Receive practical guidance on career preparation, including where to go to school, how to get a productive internship, how to land that first job, and how to make connections to advance your career.…
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