Howdy folks! Alright, this is my first post here, and I'm crossing my fingers that this is the right place to post this sort of thing. Feel free to move if this isn't relevant, folks. Anyhow, cutting to the darn chase: I'm a nineteen year old college student, halfway through my freshman year, and I've got this crazy little dream of a career designing and marketing analog audio electronics. You know, theremins, fuzzboxes, monophonic fingerboard-style synthesizers. My main influences include Robert Moog, Lorin Edwin Parker, and Zachary Vex. Like, really boutique, specialized analog electronics. (Have I mentioned the profit margin is ridiculous?) At this point I'm assuming a major in electrical engineering will be enough to help me realize my goal, but are there other fields you think I ought to look into?