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(@english-one)
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Ok, on June 16th my exams are over, and I will have something like 11 weeks of holiday ahead of me...
(ok, thats a lot for us english kids, though I'm sure it's not much in America)

Anyway, to get to the point, I'm thinking of trying to get a sort of apprenticeship in a recording studio over the summer. Do you think that this will be worthwhile.
I aim to persue a career in the recording field eventually, is this a good way to get into that?

Any responses, suggestions or ideas would be appreciated very much.

Thankyou

Peter


   
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(@snoogans775)
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by the way, we get 12 months of summer, it's not much of a difference.

and during my last summer vacation, I did the same thing, I was only 15 at the time, but I knew the owner well so he gave it to me since there was noone else asking.

It was a great learning experience, I'd only known enough before hand to wire up a makeshift surround sound system for my room out of scrap hardware, and now I set up the PA and complete electronics for my band, and I've done a few jobs(for those ballsy enough to trust a 16 year old). It's free education, and it's a lot more interesting and useful than Geometry

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(@mattypretends116)
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If that's what you're interested in, why not. Offer to learn for low pay, or free, if it's not a full time thing. If you put $ asa benefit and not a requirement, people are more likely to be impressed with your drive. Of course, that can be hard if you are trying to make a living at the same time. But if you are working a job this summer and are looking to get an internship part time at a studio to learn about recording, offer to help out with chores or work for free.

Matt

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(@97reb)
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12 months of summer in Nevada, sounds about right. :wink:

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(@kc13088)
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Snoogans, is it true you can cook eggs on the sidewalks during the summer?


   
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