At 7/18/11 04:17 PM, loansindi wrote:
you could always go to a state school.
would still be 50k+. state schools here are about 18k a semester and i only get about 5k help a year from grants.
I'm not sure what you mean by a 'technical degree' but again, state schools.
a technical school is a school that trains a particular trade rather then a general degree. in my case, flashpoint academy which trains sound designers for film and games. basically skip the gen eds and handle biz.
C - Get a 10k business loan for my company and just expand my own services and products a bunch as well as hire an assistant.This -really- depends on how much money your business is currently earning you. If you don't earn almost enough now to hire an assistant, I think that's probably pretty far over the horizon.
I already have an assistant audio editor, but hes on commission at the moment as a temp. In order to officially hire him I need to pay him minimum wage though. The money for this would go into field recording equipment and a Receptor 2+ so I can start making sound packages and start actually using East West to it's fullest in order to get more competitive pay. Still I need a more steady client intake for that, so as soon as I finish my Percussion Ensemble sound pack and my Household Foley pack, as well as finish implementing my online shop, then I should be able to hire him in coordination with that loan(not you, the money haha).
At 7/18/11 06:33 PM, jarrydn wrote:
'C' looks pretty good to me dude. As long as you've got good production skills, I can put you in touch with someone who's working on a new genre.
What do you mean by new genre?