Recording Connection Audio Institute - Learn One on One in a Real Recording Studio
Calling All Dreamers
Are you ready to learn Pro Tools, Reason, Logic, Ableton, and other music recording and producing softwares in a real recording studio?
Our unique Audio Engineering, Music Producing and Sound Technician programs train you inside a real recording studio, 2-7 times per week, around your busy schedule.
You will learn audio under the direct, one-on-one supervision of a professional engineer or producer.
- Audio Engineering
- Music Producing
- Live Sound Engineer
- Music Composition
- Studio Ownership
- Chief Audio Engineer
- Assistant Engineer
- Sound Technician
- Post Audio for Film
OUR AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCING SCHOOLS
The Recording Connection Audio Institute offers an Intensive, hands-on, in-studio course for audio engineering, music producing and sound technician.
As you train with us, you will take a 20 lesson course curriculum that is delivered to you, one-on-one, by an audio engineering and music producing professional in a real recording studio.
Your “classroom” is a real recording studio in the city or town where you live. Upon completion, of this one-on-one, intensive learning experience, you are eligible for our Advanced Program or enjoy one year of Job Assistance and Social Media Marketing for absolutely no additional charge.
The Recording Connection Audio Institute is the only recognized audio school that offers comprehensive career training in audio while connecting you to industry professionals that you will need to advance in the music industry. We are also offering free tutoring for every lesson...that’s right, no additional charge.
What You Will Learn with Our Audio and Music Programs
Whether you are passionate about Hip Hop, R&B, Rock and Roll, Country or are into Beats, Electronic Music, or other genres, our audio program was designed to get you started in the world of Audio Engineering and Music Production by offering you a comprehensive one-on-one education that includes the following:
- Sit in on Real Recording, Mixing or Mastering Sessions
- Complete 10-20 Hours of Homework Per Week
- Learn Pro Tools 1 on 1 with hands-on Training
- Hands-On Learning in Digital Recording
- Learn Analog Recording Hands-On
- Log Hours as a Hands-on Trainee
- Meet and Make Connections with Music Industry Professionals
- Learn Hand-On How to Operate a Small to Medium Sized Business
- Hands On Private Tutoring in Microphone Design, Uses, and Placement
- Private Tutoring in Patch Bay and Signal Flow
- Hands On Learning in Amplifiers and Consoles
- One on one Tutoring in Audio Processing
- Experienced One on One instruction in Pro Tools File Management and Templates
- Signal Processing
- Private Instruction in Compressors, Gates, Limiters, and Clippers
- One on One learning in Reverb, Delay, Chorus, and Flange
- Private Tutoring in Studio Design, Monitoring, and Speakers
- Private Instruction in MIDI Electronic Music
- One on One instruction in Sequencing, Sampling, and Editing
- Sync and Automation Post-Production Instruction
- Private Instruction in Guitar and Drum Miking
- One on One Instruction in Surround Mixing and Output Media
- Private Instructions in Mix Downs
- Private instructions in Plugins and other software, like Reason, Logic, and Ableton
- For the complete Recording Connection Course Curriculum in Pro Tools, click here
What does it cost?
TUITION IF PAID IN FULL: 8,800
TUITION IF FINANCED: 9,800
8,800 if paid in full, or 9,800 if you choose to finance. Our tuition includes everything: your private one on one learning with your mentor as an apprentice, session work and additional lesson opportunities, all your books and materials, all software including Pro Tools , your very own website, SEO self marketing classes, student services counseling and additional mentoring (if needed), and one year's worth of real job placement assistance. That's 8,800 total for everything, or 9,800 if you choose to finance.
LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL IN HIS OR HER STUDIO
For nearly 30 years now, we have been placing students like you inside a real recording studio, not as an intern, but as an APPRENTICE learning one on one from a music producer or audio engineer. If you are accepted into our program you will go to audio school inside a well-known recording studio, where you will learn from our structured course curriculum in audio.
Best of all, you will learn privately and at your own pace.
IF ACCEPTED, HOW OFTEN WILL I GO TO THE RECORDING STUDIO?
All of our students start off going twice per week, just like regular school. Then, after four weeks, if you work hard, study hard, and show up on time, you will be allowed into the recording studio more often. Some of our students go as often as seven to 11 times a week. It is really up to you and how bad you want it.
WHAT WILL I LEARN? HOW WILL I LEARN AUDIO?
For a complete outline of our curriculum please click here. You will learn at a pace of one comprehensive lesson module per week for 6 months. You will have homework, which you will do to the best of your ability. Once complete you will go into the recording studio and your mentor will then privately tutor you using our curriculum and his equipment in the studio to teach you. So not only do you learn from our curriculum but you also learn from your mentor's 10-30 years' worth of experience.
There is not another music production or audio engineering school on the planet that can promise the following:
- Learn in a real recording studio
- Learn from a structured course curriculum
- Learn privately with no other students
- Sit in on real recording sessions
- Learn from a Music Producer or Audio Engineer who has been making music professionally for anywhere between 10-30 years.
WAIT A MINUTE, IS THIS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE?
Chances are you have been told that audio trade schools are the way to go. But like most things these days, you have been misled and badly misinformed.
But don't take our word for it. CLICK HERE to read what famous music producers say about us.
Ask yourself, am I going to the school recommended by the people who record for U2, Dr. Dre, 50 Cent, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, OffSpring, Eminem, Ludarcis, Beyonce, Guns N Roses, Jane's Addiction, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Tupac, Pink, Outkast, Method Man, Wyclef Jean, Stevie Wonder, Timbaland, Black Eyed Peas, Norah Jones, Motley Crue, Diddy, Santana, Lil Wayne, Madonna, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Snoop Dogg, Robert Plant, Travis Tritt, B.B. King, Led Zeppelin, Lenny Kravitz, Paul McCartney, etc?
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Am I going to an overpriced recording school not recommended by the pros?
Remember, with The Recording Connection Audio Institute, you will be going to go to the audio engineering and music production school recommended by the professionals.
DON'T REGULAR SCHOOLS GET YOU INTO A RECORDING STUDIO TOO?
Let's be clear: Many schools do have 'recording studios' on campus, and while these on-campus studios may look pretty, they are not professional recording studios, and so professionals like U2, Dr. Dre, Eminem, and Beyonce (to name a few) do not go there to record. These 'fake' studios are created for the benefit of their students, and that is it. They are classrooms posing as studios. Don't be fooled! The only way you will ever learn the ins and outs of audio engineering and music producing is if you're smart enough to get an apprenticeship in a real recording studio. Sounds a lot like The RECORDING CONNECTION AUDIO INSTITUTE, doesn't it?
Additionally, many schools promise you that they will get you into a recording studio post-graduation, and that may be true. But please read this carefully: If you are lucky enough to get into one of these recording studios post-graduation it will be as an INTERN, not as an APPRENTICE.
With the RECORDING CONNECTION AUDIO INSTITUTE we place you in a real recording studio, from day one, as an apprentice, which is a notch above an intern. Apprentices are learning a structured course curriculum, privately, under the direct supervision of a professional. This allows the apprentice (you) to learn the trade while you make connections. You've heard the old saying "it's all about connections, right?" Well then ask yourself, isn't forming a relationship with a Music Producer or Audio Engineer by being his student apprentice the best way to get connected?
So if you want to apprentice with a Music Producer or Audio Engineer who can help you make it in the music business, APPLY (for free) HERE.
Audio Program Curriculum
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Success Stories from Our Students
“The knowledge I gained through The Recording Connection has contributed to every project I’ve done since, as well as every project I was doing while I was attending. Two big highlights of my own work since completing the course have been my viral video “Daymanstep,” which was a remix of the television show, “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia” and my remix of Animotion’s “Obsession” from the Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Soundtrack, which was later featured on the developer Rockstar Games’ website, Facebook, Twitter and blog. Thanks to RC I’ve also developed a much larger understanding of the varieties of microphones and miking techniques at my disposal, which I’ve taken to record myself singing on some of my own tracks.”
- Joseph Thomas Mancuso, Denver, CO
“When I was brought into a recording studio for the first time to learn, I got scared. I said
to myself, “there is no way I will learn how to use all of those buttons…peace”. It was a
lot, and a whole new world for me that I was being brought into. I was very confronted at
first with all of the things that I did not know, that I had to know. Yet they were such
interesting things, and I wanted to keep learning more. So, it was fun. I realized that once
I began to get the hang of things, I really did enjoy it. Along the way I found that I need
to trust myself and be confident, and when I do, it all works out and turns out fine.”
- Taylor Reese, Philadelphia, PA
“Once you get me in a studio, though, i feel at home. I can easily see myself adjusting to studio life in the sense of putting in the crazy hours, not sleeping much, being out of town, etc. Things like that excite me! Just being on the constant grind! In the future, now that the program has ended, I plan on to keep pushing forward. The main goal as any engineer's should be is to own or being hired to my own studio. Being THAT engineer people come to see. Whether it be in my own studio or someone i'm cool with. I have a few friends that are producers, rappers, and such. I also plan to get a degree in the medical field. I like challenging myself, being able to do many things. I get bored easily. There's so much I wanna do in life.”
- Elliot Huff, Cherry Hill, NJ
“The one thing that surprised me the most about working in the studio was how quickly I began to hear everything as it pertained to the recording/production process, rather than purely from a playing/singing/performing stand point. Like I said in my answer to the first question, it took me a long time to realize just how important all the steps of the recording process are and how big of a difference careful attention to each step, can make. And how equally important each step is as the next one. My goal now that the program is over is to take this new found knowledge and apply it whenever and wherever I can. I really want to help other artists take their songs, and make them into all that they can possibly be.”
- Emily Burns, Oxford, MI
“In my short experience I have learned that the professional music landscape is a diverse one. You will come across many different artists. Some may be struggling to represent themselves properly and have the right backing, others may have all their paperwork in order and expect you to do the same. Regardless of who you come across, you must be prepared to act like a professional and meet as many requests as are reasonable. Remember that you can never be overly prepared for any situation.”
- Mark Maksymiuk, Sterling Heights, MI
“I have been writing songs since I was 14. I love writing for myself as well as for other artists. I was working with a producer in my hometown but I wanted to connect to the music scene in Los Angeles. I knew the best way to get into the LA studios was to learn how to produce and engineer. That way, I could be more hands on with my own projects and help other artists as well.”
- Linda Yockey, Las Vegas, NV
"I have always had a passion for music and as a musician, song writer and newbie audio engineer I wanted to further educate myself about all of the technical aspects of music production. I wanted to learn various recoding techniques and learn how to get a studio quality sound.”
- David Plante, Novi, MI
"I initially wanted an education in music production to produce my own music. While attending Recording Connection to receive a degree in Audio Engineering I found production of other’s music very engaging and exciting."
- Chelsey Heidenreich, Spokane, WA