#33 W/ Keith Hatschek author of “How to Get a Job in the Music Industry”!!! Strap in... Dude knows his stuff!
In this episode of Mentoring for the Modern Musician the Scharff Brothers are thrilled to connect with Keith Hatschek author of “How to Get a Job in the Music Industry”!!! After fourteen formative years of musical performing, recording and songwriting, Keith built his own commercial recording studio, Bayshore Studios. Four years later, he joined one of the leading recording studios in the U.S., Music Annex, Inc. During his twelve-year stint with Music Annex, Hatschek worked as recording engineer, producer, project manager, Director of Client Services, and Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He also produced albums, soundtracks for film and television, and the soundtrack for Apple Computer’s first CD-ROM. He led Music Annex’s diversification efforts from traditional recording services into duplication and digital audio post production. During this same time, Music Annex grew from 10 to 75 employees and into multi-million dollar annual revenues. From 1995 to 2001, he headed Keith Hatschek & Associates, a San Francisco Bay Area-based marketing and public relations firm serving the entertainment and media technology industries. Hatschek accepted a full time appointment in 2001 as Director of the Music Management program at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. He has led many music industry career workshops and continues to consult with a number of music industry companies. He is the author of the book “How to Get a Job in the Music Industry,” now in its third edition from Berklee Press, a reference text in many music programs. His second book, “The Golden Moment: Recording Secrets from the Pros” is a compendium of insightful conversations with more than 30 leading recording engineers and producers covering the technical and aesthetic facets of record-making. He has taught online classes at Berkleemusic.com in music industry public relations and career development, and for the past twenty-two years has written a recurring music business or technology column for Pro Studio Edition, now available as part of the Discmakers music blog. His service includes previous San Francisco chapter Vice President of the Recording Academy and a past member of the Board of Directors of the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association (MEIEA). Professor Hatschek holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Graduate Certificate in Marketing, awarded with Distinction, from the same institution. His main areas of research focus on the intersection of jazz and civil rights, sound recording, arts entrepreneurship, and entertainment career development. He is currently working on two new books, the first a music industry reference work and the other a new book on Dave Brubeck. He resides in Livermore, CA with his family.view more
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#9 Cover Songs
#10 The Long Game
#11 Music Consumption
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