My role in the world of music

Scholarship Entrant: Christopher from Silver Spring, Maryland
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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My dream is to earn a living producing and making music. I strongly believe that the quality of recorded music is very important to the musicians who create, and the listeners who enjoy the art of music. I love music, I love making it,helping others make it and most of all I love sharing it. I hope to bring a unique perspective to the world of music production, and help recordings retain the human element and feeling in the new age of digital recording.
Digital recording has the potential to either better music by bringing out what we love most, or hurt it by reducing the artistic feelings expressed by the players through digital alteration. I will change the world by ensuring that any song I work with will contain the same energy and feel that made artists like Beethoven, Miles Davis or Paul McCartney so popular and loved around the world. Elements like dynamics, timbre and rhythm require human emotion to truly express the depth of the soul. I hope to change the world by reminding listeners what makes music so profound.
I have been accepted to University of Maryland, Baltimore County and I hope to complete a music degree with an emphasis on music technologies there. I will use the skills I learn along with the business skills I learned earning my Associates at Montgomery College to continue making and producing music.

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