Music Business Central

Deadlines

All forms for Spring 2019 Internships and Senior Projects are due no later than
Thursday, November 15th

Forms and Documents

Final Project Procedure

Final Project Proposal Form

Internship Procedure

Internship Proposal Form

Rubric for Recorded Project (Presentation Elements)

Rubric for Recorded Project (Product Elements)

Summer 2019 Nashville Courses

  • MUSB-401 Special Topics: Nashville Summer Internship Enhancement
    • This is a one credit-hour course enhancement for an approved Nashville internship.
  • MUSB-402-01 Special Topics: Nashville Residency
    • This two credit-hour course is a guided tour of several companies in the Nashville area who support different functions within the music industry (i.e. Publishing, Artist Management, PROs, etc.). May count as an upper division elective!

Sample Senior Projects

5-Track EP

Following is the Senior Project of Jay Newsome, II. Included for your consideration are the CD product details, including the printed CD itself and the four-panel housed inside the CD jewel case, sound clips from two of the five tracks, and one page from the lead sheets for the aforementioned two sound clips. While there have been quite a few very high-quality EP submissions of late, the Music Business Committee suggests that this Senior Project is a representative example of high quality work in nearly all of the areas that are considered by the committee for the final grade of a 5-track EP project (see EP Rubric). If you are considering a 5-track EP for your Senior Project, you should aspire to the high standards revealed in this example regarding performance, sound quality, arranging, and music notation among others aspects.

Album Cover

Jay Album Cover.jpg

Four-Panel

Jay Four Panel.jpg

Lead Sheets and Audio Examples

Where Has The Time Gone (Excerpt) – Jay Newsome, II

Give Me Funk (Excerpt) – Jay Newsome, II

Need help with a music recording project? Contact Dr. José Ruiz at jruiz@leeuniversity.edu