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MUSC-251 Music Industry Seminar

MUSC-251 Music Industry Seminar
Spring only
Walter Egan
This course is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in the music industry as a performer, manager or producer. It has also been created to supplement the performance activities of Georgetown's "Guild of Bands" organization. Weekly sessions will be divided between discussions of relevant music industry topics (such as contracts, copyright, creating an album, building a band, studio work, production issues, entertainment law, finding an agent, publicity, etc.) and performance coachings. Weekly assignments will include readings, short essays, in-class presentations and performance.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Must be able to play an instrument.
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