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This is not an exhaustive list. It is also important to understand that creating a successful career in music, entertainment & the performing arts, also involves having multiple skills across various areas.
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Live Performers are entertainers, musicians and/or vocalists who perform music for a live audience.
A Session Performer can be an instrumentalist and/or vocalist, who is available to work with others at live performances or recording sessions.
A Composer creates music for interpretation and performance in the studio or for stage and/or screen.
A Secondary Music Teacher can teach the high school music curriculum, instruct lessons specifically on one instrument or ensembles for a school band and is often responsible for coordinating school concerts and music related competitions.
A Music Supervisor combines music and visual media for television and film.
Private Music Tutors provide individual music tuition to individual students and develops their own teaching plans and personal teaching style.
An Arranger is someone who arranges a piece of music based on the needs or requirements of a performer, conductor, producer or music director.
An Audiovisual Technician is responsible for high-quality sound as well as setting up the equipment and instruments along with the road crew.
Songwriters write both lyrics and music as part of a team within a publishing company or as a freelancer. A songwriter may also perform and produce his/her songs.
A Sound Designer is responsible for specifying, acquiring, manipulating or generating audio elements. They are employed in a variety of disciplines including filmmaking, television, theatre, sound recording, live performance, online sounds and video games.