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A lot of musicians don’t study music at uni these days. But make your own music, send it to as many people as possible- it’s so easy with Spotify and Soundcloud etc these days. Go to open mics and jams to meet other musicians and record with them- the music business is run on networking these days. Just keep playing and collaborating with as many people as possible and more opportunities will arise.
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