Music Business 101


Music Business Leadership and Ethics


Music Licensing


Project Management for Musicians


Music Industry Entrepreneurship


Concert Touring


Artist Management


Music Supervision


Copyright Law


Music Marketing General 101


Survey of Recording Technology


Artist Booking


Concert Promotion



ReelMusicianpro Audio Book Recording

Music Publishing 101


Online Music Marketing


Creative Entertainment Technology


Music Theory


Music Composition


TV Scoring and Post


Entertainment Law


Entertainment Industry Economics


Intro to Audio Engineering


Critical Listening


Studio Production


Music Video Editing with Final Cut Pro


Commercial Songwriting


Fundamentals of Music

 College and University Level Curriculum

Music Business Curriculum for Colleges and Universities

School Assemblies


Basics to Singing


So you Want to be an Artist


How to Develop Your Voice


All About the Music Business


Can I Make Money With my Instrument


Practical Steps to a Singing Career


How to get on TV Singing Competition


I want to be an Actor or Actress


How do I get in to TV Commercials


Where Should I Start 


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School Assemblies


Singing Competition Prep


Artist Career Strategies


Music Business Fundamentals


Basics to Career Management


Vocal Coaching Seminars


Singing Commercials


Making Money in the Music Biz


Artist Development Strategies


Recording Demos and Albums


Overview of the Music Business

Middle and Grade School Curriculum

Mr Gauger can be contacted at 615-300-5030 or by Email to speak, advise or facilitate workshops, seminars or for ongoing education consulting.   Any number of subjects can be harnessed and taught together, or certain presentations, pulled apart, for a closer look at the topic of  study, depending on the teaching environment,  degree of student involvement and education level.  


Mr Gauger does travel and can be booked to combine school seminars, adjunct classes and group learning activities, as well as hosting and judging talent competitions, for engaging conversation of the music business and to obtain the "fun" factor in the learning process.


Classes are taught not only by grade level, but practically in terms of how much a class has had access or knowledge of the music business, the desire of students that want to excel and the ability of students to grasp key concepts and ideas.   


As an award winning writer and producer, Mr Gauger understands the demands of the business, how technology has shaped and changed the business and how students wishing a career in the music business or as an artist, TV anchor, or film director, will need to adapt with flexibility to not only be in todays' game, but getting ahead of the curve ball and into the future for a solid career path going forward.


 

High School Level Curriculum

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