February 2011
Mix;Feb2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, following p14
The article focuses on the study "Salary Ranges for U.S. Music Positions in Performance, Writing, Business, Audio Technology, Education, and Music Therapy" of Berklee College of Music, which analyzes salary data for specific careers in the music industry in the U.S.


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