I only studied music as a child, and returned to it a year ago after a 15-year break. When I was thinking about training, I already knew that this was the place that I could come. There were two main reasons for my choice. First, I liked that here you can choose the main direction, but still master a wide range of knowledge. Secondly, the training takes a year. As a person who had several degrees, I wanted to quickly get the necessary knowledge and start applying it. I chose the program "writing music" because I thought it's important to get compositional skills first. It's important to understand how to write music, regardless of what it's for. Basic knowledge could be applied to any field, whether it's movies, games, or own tracks.
I am a computer linguist. First I studied natural languages, then programming languages, and this became my main occupation. Music is more of a hobby for me now, but I work on my portfolio in my spare time. Globally, there is a goal to change the profession by the age of 40 and completely switch to music. I dream of sitting in my old age and writing tracks from anywhere in the world or on the ocean.
For me, the most emotional day was the day of the interview. I thought for a very long time whether to enroll or not, and came just a couple of days before the end of the set. Not prepared in any way I came running with the words: "I really want to write music, I don't know how, but I really want to." Just a few days later, school started, and on the first day of school, everyone sat with bated breath and listened to Vasily, the founder and main curator.