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Old 12-02-2005, 01:57 AM   #1
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So, some of y'all might know that I'm studying music @ Indiana University... but there's a good chance I'm going to transfer assuming I get accepted - just submitted my application to UC-davis the other day! So I still have to practice 4 hrs / day until I get my acceptance letter (&) but I might be on my way to becoming a pro!... or maybe swing to the dark side (enology)


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Old 12-02-2005, 02:52 AM   #2
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So, some of y'all might know that I'm studying music @ Indiana University... but there's a good chance I'm going to transfer assuming I get accepted - just submitted my application to UC-davis the other day! So I still have to practice 4 hrs / day until I get my acceptance letter (&) but I might be on my way to becoming a pro!... or maybe swing to the dark side (enology)
Wow, that's a big switch! You won't have to practice 4 hrs / day, but I bet some of the classes might be just a bit tougher.


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Davis has a great brewing school....beer and wine.
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Old 12-02-2005, 06:20 AM   #4
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Wow, that's a big switch! You won't have to practice 4 hrs / day, but I bet some of the classes might be just a bit tougher.
I don't think brewing and music are too distantly related...

and damn, I'm convinced music is the hardest sh*T around - theory, ear training, history, performing aaand practicing every free moment - it wears you out dude.

but I'm not gonna switch completely (if I do at all) ... I'll probly play in the jazz band @ UC if I go there

funny thing - on my application I spent like 500 words talking about brewing & its effects on my life - and my birthdate is on that application!

lol I don't think they'd care too much - who could go to college for brewing science w/out ever brewing before?
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I don't think brewing and music are too distantly related...
Beer/Drugs and music........source of some of the best made music.
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Nice to see others on here from Indiana.
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Nice to see others on here from Indiana.


hell yeah man where are u from?
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good luck! just remeber us little pep's when your big and famous!
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and damn, I'm convinced music is the hardest sh*T around - theory, ear training, history, performing aaand practicing every free moment - it wears you out dude.
From a fellow music major, I can agree with that. In college I practically lived in the music building. Good luck.
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brewsmith - where'd you go to school? what d'you play? How are you using your degree now?


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