I am cramming to get my Education-related column done in time for the October issue.
Teaching has been a remarkably rewarding experience, certainly it has given back more than I would ever have expected. After eight years, I’ve got a few scars but have mostly succeeded – not only in my mission to share what I know, but surprisingly, I have gained a deeper understanding of the science behind the art.
As professionals, we take for granted the skills we have learned over the years. From start of project to completion, we may not all take the same path or have the same technical skills, but the end result creates a sonic diversity that keeps things interesting.
That said, how to break years worth of information into digestible nuggets is no small task. After much planning followed by the classroom experience, it is then time to lick one’s wounds before going back to the drawing board, a rewrite and then into the Colosseum all over again!!!
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