[MUSIC] My major that I chose was pro music, professional music. Because I want to go into education. And because I am also heavily involved with having leadership roles in different ensembles that I'm in. As like a vocal group instructor, and director, and coach. I've taken a lot of electives in the ear training and harmony department. Especially at Berkeley, a big part of arranging is yes, we're going to lead the melody the same way, but we want to make this song new and exciting to listeners. Because they've already heard it the same way over and over. So what are we going to do, we're going to reharmonize this melody. And so the harmony, I mean that's the vocabulary. So that's been my focus, and that kind of gives you an idea too of what I want to get into and I want to be a coach and a clinician and eventually probably a professor at a school like Berkeley. >> I'm doing music business just declared. I like to know my rights, [LAUGH] and know what I can do, what I can't do, what other people will do. I like to know exactly what I'm getting myself into, so what's the better way to do that than do music business. As a musician, you learn all the rules and everything of playing, and all the theory, and all that. But then when it comes to actually working and stuff, musicians' rights are very not known, I guess in a way. You kind of go, well do you know, I'm just going to go sign that record deal and make a bunch of money, [LAUGH] and then you actually learn what that record deal means then. With that bunch of money is not a bunch of money. I'm doing music business because also I want to work as a music supervisor. Knowing a lot of the rules and all of the legality is very important. >> My principle instrument is piano, and I'm studying contemporary writing and production, with a minor in TV and media. Basically, I'm looking into arranging, orchestration, film scoring, directing and producing things. So in contemporary writing and production, we're taught how to arrange, and orchestrate. Plus we're taught the technological aspect, how to sync audio and video. So you have the chance to go into commercial and jingle writing, and you have the chance to go into film scoring, and orchestration kind of work. So I'm looking at all of those. I'm keeping my options open, because I know that the industry's changing. I see us go by, so I'm just going to leave it out here at Berkeley and see what happens. But definitely heading in that direction. >> I majored in composition at Berkeley and the loft sessions, I used a lot of the training that I've gotten from composition. For example, there is an arrangement for a friend of mine, Sarah Wok. At the beginning, it's a song called Still Frames, there is this violin, harmonic glissando, which I borrowed from the intro to Firebird of Stravinsky, which is a piece we studied in and a piece that we studied in composition. It just happened to work out that I showed up to class that one day. We were analyzing the score and it was like, that's perfect. So it's given me the tools to be able to implement a lot of the ideas that I get from some of the masters in my own works.