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6 tips on how to present yourself better as a music production professional in the music industry

When you think of a musician, an image of a pop star holding a guitar on stage at a concert probably comes to your mind. In reality, the global music industry is enormous and employs millions of people working in different capacities.

If you are musically inclined, you can choose from a wide variety of roles, from songwriters to media producers. However, irrespective of your dream music career role, you need to be prepared for a lot of ups and downs throughout your career.

How can you prepare for Clearing 2021?

The London College of Contemporary Music (LCCM) understands that Clearing can be quite hectic and stressful for students. If you want to study music or entertainment and haven’t decided on a particular college, LCCM can help you convert your passion for music into a full-fledged career.


Self-organisation: How to stop all your time from ticking away

With our frenetic lifestyles, it rarely seems that we have time for anything. We’re continually swamped by notifications, emails, our managers demanding us to finish work etc. the list goes on and on.

Left unchecked, feeling out of control and disorganised can lead to increased stress and mental health issues. But all is not lost. You can regain control of your professional and personal time and get your organisational skills into better shape. Here’s our top tips!

It’s all down to you: Building your personal brand

Whether you’re a musician, a performer or even an artist manager, building your own, personal brand is key to your future career. We’re aware that this mostly applies to artists or public-facing positions, so we’ll start there and move on to why it’s still important to project a brand personality, even as a business head!


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