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Meet the Masters – student Trent Bice

This week in Meet the Masters, we meet Trent Bice, who is a postgraduate student who has a Bachelor of Audio qualification from SAE Brisbane.

We chat with Trent about his experience at SAE and studying for the Master of Creative Industries.

Meet the Masters
– student edition –

NAME: Trent Bice
CAMPUS: Online

What initiated your interest in this discipline?

To further develop my audio production skills to a professional standard so that I can make others happy through music, and improve my creative thinking and social learning environment. Access to the professional equipment at SAE and working with hungry students on a range of projects was also very appealing.

Will you continue to explore the same discipline in your postgrad studies?

Yes, however, I have been branching out into more film and documentary modules for personal and creative interests in my business pursuits.

Have you decided on a concept for your major project?

I would like to make a full-length album, with music videos for at least two of the tracks, a behind-the-scenes “making of” cut to go with the release and professionally promote and market my music.

What drew you to work within the creative industries and become a creative practitioner?

Seeing how music can make people happy, and unite with a sense of love, oneness and wonder. I also wanted to channel my knowledge to a creative outlet which can help spread that happiness throughout the Universe.

What are your career goals for the future?

Continue to produce fun, thought-provoking music that entertains first, then educates.

To get paid to travel the world playing at leading festivals (when we are allowed again). I would also like to continue to expand my business to help educate this musical knowledge and positivity of these festivals and various genres throughout the community.

I plan to make more tutorials and highlight videos from our podcast and interviews series with leading international artists (trentoff.com) to help aspiring artists learn from home, through the psychology and ideology of the creative process as much as the technical.

I would also like to expand my presenting and acting skills, as well as film and storytelling into more on-screen and production roles.

I want to help as many people reach their dreams as possible.

LISTEN TO TRENT ON SOUNDCLOUD

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