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Old 02-23-2001, 09:25 AM
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Default Seeking Career Advice - How to break into Jingles/Production Music?

Greetings all,
I'm a singer-songwriter-producer in NYC with a Pro Tools Mix Plus system home studio, loads o' plugins, good amount of nice outboard, mics, MIDI gear, etc. Not to mention pretty good musical ability, songwriting skills and back catalog of self-produced tunes wondering...

...how would one go about breaking into the jingle, or tv production music biz? The hope would be to supplement at first, then eventually ditch my Day Gig...

...any tips, thoughts, advice, words-of-wisdom would be greatly appreciated...

Thanks!!!
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