What type of education & qualification should I have to become a Music Composer...
You don't need any qualifications as such to become a music composer. But, obviously you should have knowledge of music, notes musical instruments, technicalities, singing, marketing, networking etc.,
So, for that, besides the basic music learning, you can go for certain certificate and diploma courses such as diploma in Music composition.
The basic eligibility will be passing class 12th with minimum 50% marks in relevant subjects from a recognised board of education.
Hope this helps.
I want to become a music composer, but my parents are saying that those things are for part time, not a legit career. How do I convince them?
music ka practical bataya jata hai? is university ka velyu hai?
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Music BA MUSIC honrs ke liye ye place kaisa hai and fee kitana lagega please answer me
Sorry, but you haven't mentioned or tagged the name of the college or university you want to enquire on BA in Music in. Kindly restructure your question and ask again including the necessary details. This will help us to answer your question well.
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who much we pay for music and when was admissions are started from...?
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hello. i wanted to apply for a govt. job and while entering my 12th marks , it said not to consider my 6th optional mark while inputing..so my question is cbse best of five rule applicable here or i have to input the percentage of my main 5 papers and omit my sixth optional that was music?
If it says that you should not consider your 6th optional subject then you need to consider your only five main subject marks and not the marks of the subject which is music in your case.
So, even if your music marks is one of the best five subject marks, you cannot use it as it is your optional /6th subject .Thus, you need to to consider the marks of only five main subjects .
You have not mentioned the examination for which you are applying but yes in general you can follow the below tips to prepare well for your examination
* First of all go well through the syllabus of your examination
*Make routine or timetable :- you can make a routine as well to avoid procrastination , your routine should revolve around things i.e study, revise and practice
*Make short notes for each subject and Keep revising it
* practice questions
*Solve previous year questions of your exam :-it will let you know the examination pattern, type and difficulty level of questions, so you should definitely solve previous year papers
*Go through mock test papers of your exam , it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination
Hi i got 54% in 10th and 61% in 12th can i get admission in B.A hons (music) in Vishkarma university
Vishwakarma University offers BA(Hons) Music Course in association with LGCE(Vocal/Western/Percussion Music), the eligibility criteria for this is passed 10+2 from a recognized board or those who have done three years diploma course or equivalent can also apply, there is no such aggregate barrier when it comes to applying, hence you are eligible to apply for the same, visit the official website at https://www.vupune.ac.in/admissions to know more details regarding this.
i am 12th class student . i am confused about what should i do after 12th if i am a pcm student . my goal is to become a singer . and i have decided to take some degree and with college i will take a admisson in some music academy but i m confused about what should i do after 12th
If you want to make your career in singing, then you can prefer a slightly less challenging field from PCM side and for this, you can specially avoid engineering and go for BSC courses in maths, IT, statistics, CS, etc. courses of your choice. And simultaneously as you told you can follow your singing passion and continue in that field alongside.
Best wishes. Thankyou.
Bhu faculty of music please say that can a person get addmission in b music if he dont have music in 10th class.... in past .... and if a person will comafter madhyama how wil he submit the tranfer cirtificate
Hello sir i want to know that after having passed the madhyama exam ...one can not get the transfer cortificate from the institute because its a. deploma course but the university criterias shoeing that one can take addmission after madhyama in b music .... so how will ee submit the tranfer cirt
First you should know about the Transfer Certificate and then I will tell you how to get it- Transfer Certificate is an important document which allows the candidate to get admission into any other Institute, because without this document, the student is not capable of joining another school, or College.
Nowadays, you can get the certification both in Offline as well as in Online Registeration Mode.
Hope that this answer helps you.