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I love music but I don’t know what career to pursue it in?

There are many career paths these days, whether you can play an instrument, teach an instrument, produce a track or simply writing transcriptions of songs for others. Social media will boost your performer profile, whilst YouTube can provide a platform to highlight your skills. I’d be happy to discuss further if you need.

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