AUSTIN, Texas — You can learn how to make a song from scratch by just copying it, but you can also find out what it sounds like by going to a local music academy and watching the students play.
If you’re a student at a Texas A&M music academy who is curious about how to get started in the music business, this week you can catch a show from A&R, A&M and A&E at the AAC in Houston.
A& ;M, which is owned by Disney, is one of the world’s biggest music-industry players and has a long history of teaching students how to write music.
The AAC, which also owns the University of Texas at Austin, is home to about 1,500 students and hosts more than a dozen music programs.
While you may have heard of A&P before, they also have a wide variety of programs for musicians, and their programs are offered at more than 70 universities and colleges.
But A&N’s newest program, which started last week, has a different focus: how to turn your favorite tunes into a song.
The show, which was produced by the Houston area’s A&S Group and includes the likes of Justin Timberlake, Lil Wayne and Drake, is designed to give students the opportunity to work with professional producers and producers in their local area, said A&A President and CEO Rob Miller.
In the first part of the program, students are paired with producers and they work on creating a new song that sounds like it came from a different world.
The program also includes a lesson in composition, as well as an interactive performance where the students can choose to create a new track, write lyrics or create a video that they can upload to YouTube and upload to Facebook.
A&R has produced more than 2,000 original songs, according to Miller.
The producers, A &M and the student producers are working together to bring students together for a new kind of program that is accessible to a broader audience.
Miller said that a lot of people are surprised that they’re not just going to go to the A&m studio and start a song that has lyrics and a story.
Instead, students will work on their own music and find a creative way to express themselves.
The A&B students are all very talented, but they don’t necessarily have the same ability to write a catchy song, Miller said.
“They’ve got to get the word out that they want to learn more about the music industry and get into it and become an artist, too,” he said.
“I think we’re really going to give them that opportunity.
Students can go into this program as they do at any music school.
We have a lot to offer to them, and they are all excited to learn and to get their foot in the door.”
The students are also learning a lot about the industry and their industry in particular, Miller added.
This is something that A&& =M has been able to do for a long time, he said, but we wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to give the program a different spin.
We’ve got a huge opportunity for them to really go in and try to take on the industry, which they have never really had a chance to do before.
There are so many artists in the industry now and so many people to help them.
This program really puts them in a unique position, and I think they’re going to be very successful.
“The AAC program is available to students at a variety of schools, including the University, Texas A & AM, the University at Albany, the Texas Tech University, the College of the Holy Cross, Texas Christian University and other schools.