Hey Adam! I posted a thread recently asking about becoming a studio musician. And one of the people who was kind enough to offer me advice pointed me in the direction of you. So would you have any advice on how to become a studio musician? I'm 20, have been playing bass for about eight years, I know little theory (some scales, I can arpeggiate chords, and I know the notes on my fretboard) I used to read and did for about a week or so and I got pretty good considering but I got rejected from a music school and I got discouraged and just got fried on it and stopped. Not the best thing I know. Next semester I'll be returning to community college to get enough credits to transfer to a school with a good music program. So I'll be back in school soon. Also I live in Connecticut but I'm not far from New York and according to one of the guys who replied to me said there is a session scene there but it's not as good as the one in Nashville. So this idea location wise isn't too farfetched. I hope at least. Thanks for reading I hope to hear from you soon!