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Richton's connection with music started when he was very young. After that, his love of music grew side by side with his friendships. They jam and even write together. Petefish said a completed album would help keep the band alive no matter what happens in the future. She has also received a lot of encouragement from friends and family about her music after coming to Iowa State. The band had been together for so long, that making something physical felt right. In fact, between all of the classwork and other stresses that come with college life, it is her getaway. On top of that, they are currently recording their first album. Perhaps the most important lesson he has taken away from performing is that you cannot take discouragement to heart. After getting on the executive board, he said becoming president was always in the back of his mind. She sang in church and even wrote songs at an early age. Funding the album could be a challenge on the horizon for Millenkamp. Being a student and a musician at the same time has given him skills that will last a lifetime, including multitasking. Richton, junior in agricultural business, said they have received constant bookings for shows since the competition. Not only did they show their music off to many new faces that day, they also became the Des Moines winners of the competition. He said even if a gig is far away, the idea of performing gets him excited and a good live show makes everything, including the long drive, worth it. Joshua Petefish, senior in management information systems, had been into music for a long time before coming to college. He said even if music does not work out, he will not regret anything he has done or is doing. She wants to inspire people through songs during tough times in the way other artists have affected her. While practicing with the band can be hard because of time and distance, the love of performing keeps the group together. Making a song perfect can be tough. Right now, the band is busy working on an EP and have a lot of exciting opportunities on the horizon. When college came knocking, the guys went to different schools across the state, including Iowa State, UNI and Central College, but distance has not stopped them. He eventually introduced her to Forte Studios in Boone, Iowa. Something that starts out as an idea in his head and turns into a physical product he can present to people gives him an amazing feeling. Every afternoon he sits and creates, hoping to make the right sounds that will lead to great music. It can take a lot of time, but Brandt loves the feeling of completing a song. During that time, he said his taste in music and performing style changed. He said while there is a lot to learn, more than anyone would imagine in fact, the process can be simple because it all depends on how someone looks at it. 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Since Petefish joined the band, there have been changes within it and some members have moved on to other things, but the group is still going strong to this day. She wants to have about ten songs on the record. Geiger won the third place title of Cyclone Voice College students are driven by a number of things. One of those friends is fellow student musician Tyler Geiger. EllieMae Millenkamp, freshman in agricultural business, grew up on a dairy farm and music had always been a passion of hers. That idea fleshed out more after he entered college. In fact, it keeps his band going. In high school, he picked up guitar and played in a punk-rock group, but later moved to country and found his High Bank Boys. It all started when Petefish met fellow student Michael EnTin. But what about the challenges of being a student musician? Right now, Millenkamp is recording her first full-length album there. Perhaps the most rewarding part of it all though, will be having a new way to share her music with others. By looking at their lives as musicians right now, one could say they are living in a milestone. They all make sacrifices to make music work with their busy schedules. Because he and his band are young, sometimes people do not always listen, and shows do not always come to be. A club dedicated to students who love music, and a thriving music scene in Ames were both pleasant surprises.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} At the end of the day, Millenkamp said being a musician is not about becoming rich or famous. In the past, she has worried about doing the right thing with her life, but she feels music is keeping her on the perfect track. While school is a top priority, Millenkamp said she is easily able to make time for music in her schedule. Having music come out is something Millenkamp has strived for in the last year. For these four students, those things ring true, but music is something that reins in their veins. He loves having a chance to share something that has been such a special part of his time at Iowa State with others. One of her favorite things about music is the way it can help people who are struggling with issues in life. Except he has turned it into a music studio. His synthesizer and DJ Deck have added a lot to his creative process as a musician. After class, Brandt comes home to work with his audio equipment and instruments. Millenkamp said she has friends who will sit down and listen to her music and give constructive criticism. Music is like a day-to-day companion for Lucas Brandt, senior in advertising. In the future, there will be more hurdles for the band to overcome. Millenkamp said she is excited to have the album in her hands upon completion. A DJ mixer sits on the desk of Lucas Brandt, senior in advertising, who writes and produces indie music out of his apartment bedroom during the school year. As president, Petefish hopes he and the executive board can offer the same assistance to up-and-coming bands that he received. But music is intertwined into it all. Even though he may be away from his band during most of the week, there is a time where they can all shine together, the weekend. Upon coming to college, her passion for making music has grown to new heights. When looking at all of Brandt's equipment, one might think learning how to use it would be intimidating. But for him and the High Bank Boys, it all goes back to that love of putting on a good show. School comes first right now, and on-campus clubs mean a great deal to him. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Lucas Brandt, senior in advertising, writes and produces indie music out of his apartment bedroom during the school year. Their skills combine together and make something special. In high school, Brandt was in an array of bands and he performed at several venues around Des Moines. But she has a lot of determination, and uses advice from her father to help back her dream. The band has been together since high school. Petefish said he did not really expect to fall into the life of a student musician in the way he did before coming to Iowa State. He said music of this type is something he finds easier to work on with a college student's schedule. Much like his band, they are a team too. During his sophomore year at Iowa State, new creative doors were opened and he discovered a whole network of student musicians. He said electronic production has changed how he looks at music immensely. Brandt picked up violin, piano, trombone and cello before and throughout elementary school.