Sing it! “There’s a niche for every editor.” Those with a background in music may find music editing rewarding. Learn more in part 1 of this series on Copyediting.com, now republished on ACES.
Mentioned in this series:
- Pam Smith, an editor specializing in music, the arts and humanities, management, and corporate work in Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Michele Satanove, a classical-musician-turned-editor
- Kate Unrau, a professional violinist and editor freelancing in Toronto, ON
- Katherine Noftz Nagel, a freelance technical writer, editor, web designer, personal tech coach, and mezzo-soprano
- part 1: What they edit
- part 2: What makes a good music editor
- part 3: Resources for editing music
- part 4: Common problems in editing music
- part 5: Who hires music editors
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