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Special Feature

SupaJam runs more courses to help youg people get into music.

Over the last year SupaJam has been quietly putting on music courses for young people through it's "not for profit" educational division called SEMM (SupaJam Education in Music and Media). 

With over 60 young people having already benefited, the courses practically demonstrate how the music industry works, how to record bands and how to put on live gigs, whilst working towards a formal Diploma qualification.

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