That's GREAT Hughesie. That's exactly the sort of thing that will build the contacts you need and get you real work in the real world. Congrats. Now get to work! Remember no task is beneath you and every person you meet might be the key to your future in the industry no matter how much of a jerk they are.oh that sucks, but you can see why they did it.
ladies and gentlemen, please take your seats it's time for an update
I have been speaking with my schools career person and he feels that i should complete my yr11 and 12 studies, which means that i would have to put off my degree for another year (starting it in 2009, rather than 2008)
but what he has suggested is some work placement at a sound company (work experience to people would know it as) which i think is a step forward to at least getting some contacts and it's something to put on my resume as i can say i got paid for it which i will (minimum 5dollars a day, to cover insurance, if you get paid you work for the company so you a covered by insurance ) so even if i am rolling cables or something i really don't mind as everything is a step forward. besides on sunday i get to sink my teeth into a sound supervision role for my school teaching a new kid how to operate 16ch desk with a eq system....yes my life is boring but it gives me something to look forward to.