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A Music Producer is a creative leader of a studio, music, film, television, or radio recording project.
A Songwriter writes both lyrics and music. He/she may work as part of a publishing company or freelancing. A songwriter may also perform and produce his/her songs.
A Studio Musician specialises in the performance & recording of music in a studio environment, either original or cover material.
A Composer is an individual who writes music for theatre, stage, television, radio, online music, film and/or computer games.
Live Performers are entertainers, musicians and/or vocalists who perform music for a live audience.
An Electronic Musician composes or plays music from synthetic sounds generated with synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, music sequencers or other non-acoustic instruments.
An Arranger is someone who arranges a piece of music based on the needs or requirements of a performer, artist, conductor, producer or music director.
A Recording Engineer deals with the use of sound recording equipment to record, mix and reproduce sounds, usually created by musicians in a live or studio environment.
A Instrumental Composer writes music (not lyrics) for the theatre, stage, television, radio, studio, online music, film and/or computer games.
A DJ (traditionally disc jockey) is a person who mixes recorded music for an audience. Today, the term includes all forms of music playback, no matter the medium, whether live, online, radio or in a studio.