Vacancy We are searching for a freelance music technology tutorial provider, interested in producing blog posts and lessons for Music Tech Student and our youtube channel.

If you have a passion for music technology in education and would like to join our team, we are currently looking for an experienced teacher of music technology with a keen interest for producing music technology resources.

Number of positions available: 1

Start Date: January 2020

The candidate has a range of areas to choose from when creating resources, including:

  • Recording
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • Sequencing
  • Composing
  • Listening and Analysing skills
  • Producing skills
  • DAW Tools and Techniques
  • Quick tips
  • Emerging Technologyies
  • Music Tech History
  • Plugins and Instruments demonstrations
  • Creative effects processing
  • Audio Editing
  • Sampling and Synthesis

Expectations: (From this point forward the term ‘article’ will be used to refer to an individual piece of content.)

Each article that you provide for musictechstudent.co.uk should consist of the following elements:

  • Article Title
  • Subtitle - describing why we should continue reading
  • Video tutorial - 4 - 6 mins, standard mp4 video format and ratio of 720 or 1080
  • Written documentation to accompany the video tutorial (Approx 250 words, word document)
  • Approximately 4+ photos / screenshots to be inserted in the necessary document positions
  • Task or Quiz - A simple 3 to 5 question quiz (Q&A only - questions can be written in your word document with corresponding answers), or a simple task for the students to complete based on what has been covered in the article.

How you get paid:

All payments are processed through paypal.com, on being hired we will ask you to provide your PayPal email address, for legal and tax reasons the PayPal account must be registered to you and not a third party. All payments will be processed after the successful delivery of the pre-discussed resource.

Your contribution to musictechstudent.co.uk will be as a self-employed freelancing professional working on individual articles to pre-discussed article agreements. All articles that you complete for us will be for the sole use and licence of musictechstudent.co.uk and can only be published on this website and our Music Tech Student Youtube Channel. These articles are not permitted to be published or distributed outside of these locations.

For each article you produce for us we will pay you our standard payment of £20 after each article has been successfully completed. Please be aware that we pay all transaction fees / charges so that you receive the full payment for each and every article you produce for us.

To Apply for this position, please submit the following:

    • A short video (4 - 6 mins, standard mp4 video format and ratio of 720 or 1080), clearly announcing your name at the beginning followed by your topic/article demonstration
    • A short written excerpt to accompany the video demonstration (Approx 250 words), please also include the article title, subtitle and author name as a standard word document
    • Include 4+ photos/screenshots as part of your document (These must be high quality)
    • Task or Quiz - A simple 3 to 5 question quiz (Q&A only - questions can be written in your word document with corresponding answers), or a simple task for the students to complete based on what has been covered in the article.
    • These files should be put together and compressed as a .zip file
    • To transfer large files you might find it useful to use dropbox.com or google dive

    Submit your application for this position using this email >>>

    contributor@musictechstudent.zendesk.com

    Thank you for taking the time to complete your application and we look forward to receiving your submission for this position.