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These Recording Connection graduates are now working in the audio recording and music producing business because of the education they received and the connections they made through our school. Some are now Chief Engineers, others are recording studio owners, and still others are producing.

Recording Connection gets you in the door of a real studio where the action happens. We open the door, we make the connection, and we train you. If you are hard-working and motivated, this could be you one day soon. "The proof is in the pudding," as the saying goes; these stories are proof that you, too, can live your dream. Please read on:

Recording Connection graduate Mike Messina: Guided by Passion and Opportunity

“I’ve honestly been interested in sound since I was like five years old,” says Mike Messina. “I just screw around with sound effects and music—sound effects from movies, video games, animation—I’ve been doing that most of my life…I’d put a sign on my [bedroom] door saying, “Recording session in progress, do not disturb.’” Looking for […]

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Jake Kiyokane lands paid gigs at his mentor's studio!

Apprenticing at Serenity West Recording in Los Angeles, Recording Connection master’s program student Jake Kiyokane has learned an important secret to breaking into the recording industry: be available as much as possible, even beyond the lessons. “I started just putting myself out there more a little bit,” he says, “just hitting them up more, like, […]

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Recording Connection graduate Garrett Pace: HIRED!

Never presume. This is one of the biggest lessons to take away from the story of Recording Connection grad Garrett Pace, because at first glance he seemed the most unlikely student to get hired by his mentor. Classically trained as a singer and multi-instrumentalist, Garrett held a bachelor’s degree in music and seemed poised to […]

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Recording Connection Apprentice lands Job at Mentor's Studio in Corpus Christie, TX

Perhaps nothing is a better birthday present for any aspiring audio engineer than a job offer and that’s exactly what Jacob Keithley of Corpus Christi, TX, got just days before turning 22! While some apprentices start Recording Connection knowing exactly what they want to do and which areas they want to focus on, others like […]

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Recording Connection Graduate Sebastian Lefeld Works with Santana, Shawn Mendes!

“Whenever I take a break,” says Recording Connection graduate Sebastian Lefeld, “I’m always thinking there’s someone else out there who’s doing what I do who’s not taking a break, and I get back to work.” It’s this very work ethic that not only helped Sebastian make the most of his Recording Connection apprenticeship, but also […]

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Thomas Dante: From Apprentice to Paid Staff Engineer in Houston!

It’s something we tell all our students: when you apprentice in a real recording studio with a mentor, you’re not only learning audio engineering—you’re auditioning for a job. Impress your mentor, and he might just hire you! That’s exactly how Thomas Dante played it, which is how he landed an ongoing job in Houston, Texas […]

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Recording Connection Student Opens Recording Studio in Nashville!

When John Curtis signed up to apprentice with Ric Web at South Studios, little did he know that within less than a year, he’d be running a recording studio of his own but that’s exactly what happened. Getting into a real studio and learning the craft was dream come true for John who, in his […]

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Taylor Crommie, Los Angeles, CA

Talk to any famous musician, producer or audio engineer and ask them what they have to say about learning, about growing creatively and technically and chances are, they’ll all tell you, learning is a lifelong pursuit. The people who make it are always growing, always gaining exposure to as many sounds and musical worlds as […]

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Recording graduate Alex Arnold quits job, launches career!

Sometimes, you have to close one door before another one opens. And sometimes the connections you make now will come back to help you in the future! Recording Connection graduate Alex Arnold learned this firsthand when his former Recording Connection mentor called him up a year later with a job offer—a job that enabled Alex […]

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Nacor Zuluaga Beats the Odds at New York City's Engine Room Audio

Despite a language barrier that would have deterred some people, Recording Connection apprentice Nacor Zuluaga’s commitment to the craft of audio engineering not only gained the trust of his mentor, master engineer Mark Christiansen, but also landed him a job working with his mentor long past his apprenticeship! Nacor was slated to start audio engineering […]

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Dallas, TX recording apprentice Ayaz Ismail releases Bollywood-style album with help from industry veteran Rick Rooney!

Learning on-the-job definitely has its advantages—for example, the opportunity to have a seasoned industry veteran help you produce your own music! Ayaz Ismail of Dallas, TX experienced this firsthand when his mentor, music industry veteran Rick Rooney at Planet Dallas, worked with Ismail to help record and release his own full-length Bollywood-style album! Titled Is […]

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Living in the Moment - Checking in with Engineering Graduate Clint Badal

Clint Badal is a recent graduate of the Recording Engineering program at the Recording Connection. Clint has stated that his mentor was not only very professional, but also that he really knows his stuff and wants his apprentices to be as knowledgeable as he is about audio engineering. In their workshops together, Clint’s mentor devoted […]

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Recording Connection Student Opens "Blue Creek Productions"

Dustin Bannister is a Recording engineer from about an hour and half from St. Louis, Missouri in a town called Patton. While still enrolled in the Recording Connection Program Dustin successfully opened his own studio called “Blue Creek Productions” in March 2013. During his time at the studio, Dustin had the awesome opportunity to work […]

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Mentor: Matt Stein, Brooklyn, NY

One on One: A Formula for Success Matt Stein is no stranger to success in the recording industry. In 2005, he was nominated for a Grammy award and has overseen Swan7 studio, which he founded and was recently featured in “L Magazine.” In addition to his years of experience in production and mixing, he has […]

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My TIme with Uncle J - Brandon Skylar

by Brandon Skylar, Bethlehem, PA The Recording Connection has taught me a few things. One, I didn’t know jack about audio before I attended. (No pun intended). Two, workers in the entertainment business are some of the most hospitable people I’ve ever met and finally, three, If you apply yourself and take every opportunity that […]

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Richard Sawchuk Finds Success After Graduating from the Recording Connection

I grew up with music. My father was a square dance caller and my older brother was very active as a keyboard player and vocalist. I took 4 years of Royal Conservatory piano and theory when I was quite young and went on to drumming at age 10. My brother, David, went on to audio […]

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Philadelphia Music Student Rachel Is Hired Upon Graduation

Entertainment Connection graduate Rachel Zeiner has not let any grass grow under her feet since completing the program at Philadelphia's Crystal Clear Recording Studios. She was hired almost immediately by owner Joe Heier, and serves not only as an Assistant Engineer but also as the studio's publicist. Recently Rachel and Joe worked on NBC's new […]

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Rachael Kylie - Recording Connection Student

In our effort to highlight the achievements of our students the Recording Connection interviewed one of our our, Rachael Kylie of Taylorsville, Utah to hear share how she is making the most of her talents and opportunities. When getting started with the program: "It was awesome, like I loved it right away. I was excited […]

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Lilly Carey works with Legendary Singer / Songwriter Roberta Flack.

When Lilly started taking the program she: “thought it was really cool. My first or second week I ended up meeting Roberta Flack… (later) Penn Badgley… He came in to record a song for his movie about Jeff Buckley. That was really cool because he;s a pretty big celebrity… Elizabeth Chan, she has this pretty […]

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November 2011 Reviews from our Students and Graduates

November 18, 2011 Success Stories Work along side the music professionals. “This week with my mentor has been amazing. Actually, every week so far has been. The first week I had very little confidence in what I was doing due to all the technical jargon, as well as just overall complexities within a professional recording […]

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October 2011 Reviews from our Students and Graduates

October 28, 2011 Success Stories Learn the skills needed to become a successful audio engineer. “This lesson was with my mentor was one that I had been looking forward to for quite some time, the week where I started console training. The console is eye candy that anyone aspiring to be an audio engineer wants […]

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September 2011 Reviews from our Students and Graduates

September 30, 2011 Success Stories Work with your mentors’ famous clientele. “At my lesson today with my mentor we arrived at my 4th week in the Recording Connection program. This lesson was on patch bays and signal flows. While going through the quiz assigned to me by the program, my mentor would repeatedly go to […]

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Ozzy Williams - Recording Connection Graduate

Prior to joining the Recording Connection I was working in a field that made me extremely unhappy. I realized at that point that I desperately needed to make a change. I can remember that, ever since I had attended a concert when I was a young child, working in the music industry was a true […]

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Joey Merichko - Recording Connection Graduate

“I am a vocalist and keyboardist currently now working in Chicago. I have loved playing and making music ever since I can remember. I decided to open my own home studio, but didn’t know much at the time. So I found myself at my local music store asking them how to get started. I bought […]

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Jasmine Charleston - Recording Connection Graduate

My name is Jasmine Charleston, and even as a very young child, I always had a passion for music. My mother bought me my first keyboard when I was 10 years old, and from there, I began to produce beats, as well as study the production of music. I couldn't wait to get to high […]

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BJ Francisco - Recording Connection Graduate

Musically, I have been a DJ, and still currently am, for the past twenty plus years. I have continued to evolve my passion for music by expanding into the audio engineering and production arena within the last eight years of my involvement in the music industry. The fascination of being able to create my own […]

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Recording Connection Success Stories - August 2011

August 26, 2011 Success Stories Learn how live concerts are run. “During this lesson with my mentor, I learned about the different types of equipment used for recording and sound adjustments. I also learned a lot about the Patch Bay and was even able to do a few exercises on it that my mentor assigned […]

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Darlene Pech - Recording Connection Student

We pride ourselves in many things here at the Recording Connection. While many of our students capitalize on the opportunities we provide or paid employment, during and after our program, we have much more to be proud of as well. As simple as it might sound we take great pride in knowing that what we […]

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Todd Talbot Returns to the Classroom After a 20 Year Break

Just like with other higher education programs, the Recording Connection is open to adults looking to get a grip on how music is recorded industry wide. Read what Todd Talbot, 42 from Denver, CO had to say about his time in the program. "Having the opportunity to be in the studio and working on stuff, […]

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Anthony Zuniga - Recording Connection Graduate Success Story

Before coming across the Recording Connection, I was currently attending a private college for something I was okay at and interested in. While in college I got a part-time job, and at the job I met some people that were into music and where going to school for it. I found myself around them (co-workers) […]

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Andrew Kirk: Recording Connection Honors Graduate

By the time Andrew Kirk came across the Recording Connection and enrolled as a student, he had already had nearly a decade of experience in recording—but he knew he needed more. “It's a tough industry to break into,” he says. Seeing how I never had any formal education, I had done a lot of freelance […]

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Juma Spears - Recording Connection Graduate

We would like to congratulate Juma Spears for not only completing the program but for continuing to share his gift with his community. With his work ethic, the connections he’s made, skills he learned and the assistance of our Stay Connected program we are confident he’ll continue to find success. "During the end of my […]

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Ben Eklund

We here would like to congratulate Ben Eklund of Philadelphia for securing his own job just after completing his program. He used his time with his mentor to not only gain his trust but that of his colleagues and made his hiring an easy choice. While we can never guarantee any graduate a paid position […]

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Peter Rodriguez - Recording Connection Graduate

No matter what the job market presents we, and our mentors, are sure to teach our graduates how to be patient yet tenacious when looking for work. If nothing presents itself right away it’s not uncommon for our mentors to take on graduates in their own studio until he or she secures a position of […]

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Anthony Opher - Recording Connection Student

While many join our program to work in studios we provide many have already found success in other fields and are looking to improve upon the skills they need and other endeavors. We are proud to say our program can open the most doors for our graduates and are happy to share their varying experiences. […]

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Brian Piper: Recording Connection Success Story

Brian Piper first came to the Recording Connection looking for more hands-on experience than he was getting at the university where he had enrolled in an audio production program. “I did learn a lot,” he says, “but it wasn't real world. It wasn't real life.” When he looked at the Recording Connection website and realized […]

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Shoneen Stenftenagel Shares Her Experiences with Recording Connection

The Recording Connection truly believes our students have an opportunity to achieve something special while attending our program. Whether a member can take full advantage of this opportunity lies in his or her hands. To help illustrate this, we asked Shoneen Steftenagel of Saint Anthony, IN to share some of her experiences after having completed […]

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Checking in with Recording Connection Student Matt Baker

When asked to honestly describe his experience with his mentor so far, Matt Baker had his to say: "It's been really good, I've learned a lot a lot about ProTools and also at my house I use some (recording) software which is a little different (than Pro Tools) but it's good to know all the […]

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Kyle Thurman works with Grammy Award Winning Artist, Norman Brown

Many people work their entire lives hoping for a chance to worm a real recording session, to know their work is going to help an artist share his or her voice with the public. When the opportunity comes knocking, we are confident our students can step up and produce great works. Kyle Thurman is one […]

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Work with your mentor in real studio sessions

"As we brought in more clients to the recording studio I matured in the sense that I felt more prepared for the next duty or session. You know, it's just as long as sessions kept coming I was able to add what I learned the previous session and it was almost as though I could […]

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Recording Connection Success Stories - June 2011

June 24, 2011 Success Stories Learn how to construct and run a professional recording studio. “Today’s session with my mentor was on monitors and studio design. First we talked about the monitors and speakers in my mentors’ studio, as well as why the studio benefits from them. We also talked about their placement in the […]

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Frank Gillis - Recording Connection Student

"At first it was very inviting. I walked in there and everyone was, you know very accepting of the program and knew I was there to learn and everything, and do everything they could to make me feel welcome." Frank Gillis of Fort Meyer, FL on his joining the program. "A normal day would be: […]

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Quotes from Our Students

July 18, 2015 Student Quotes

Barriers to Entry

“From the beginning, you find that this structured program- where equal importance is placed on education and networking- really fosters apprentices’ branding efforts; which is critical to a successful career. In short, this school really does teach the necessary skills and tools to overcome any barriers that stand in the way of pursuing one’s professional goals.”

I learned more about compressors, gates, etc.

“This chapter was one that I was very interested in learning more about. I learned more about compressors, gates, etc. The chapter did a good job at explaining it, however, on the Quiz I felt that the questions explained each different kind of compressor differently than on the section reviews. All in all, I see now what which of them are.”

July 2015

Seeing it firsthand makes me love music even more.

“Connectivity is pretty key to an audio engineering because there are so many different systems that have to connect to each other especially when you’re using a patch bay and you have to turn a sample from digital to analog. One thing i learned from my mentor prince this week was having a good sticker system for your patch bay otherwise you will just create more work for yourself and if you have a client they are depending on you to know your stuff so if you don’t it might come off as unprofessional. This week was awesome because I was in the studio while an artist was putting vocals over old tracks he had previously worked with so that was a really cool experience and seeing it firsthand makes me love music even more.”

July 2015

The variety of practice has been invaluable

“Since my last post, I’ve been back and forth between Las Vegas and San Diego, piece-by-piece tracking a demo for my own band in San Diego, DETHSURF, and mixing it in Vegas. Additionally at Audio Mix House under the supervision of Josh, I’ve single-handedly set up, mic, established gain structure, tracked, and torn down a drum set numerous times. That variety of practice- being a guitarist by trade and having minimal knowledge of drums- has been invaluable. I won’t air some mic and placement tricks I’ve learned along the way, but I will say I’m excited to have a couple of the input lists up my sleeve.”

July 2015

Today’s session I started my first mix in Pro Tools

“Today’s session I started my first mix. The engineer went over the basic key commands for Pro Tools, and how I should name and organize the tracks in the session. I learned how to cut notes, duplicate, delete sections, and clean up the gaps in each section. Today I also got to sit in while Josquin and the engineer recorded an artist on the keyboard and I also got to watch them work on another artist’s song.”

July 2015

There’s a lot more to the music business than I thought!

“I learned a lot just in one day of being at 5th St Studios. There’s a lot more to the music business than I thought! I love the fact before we started my mentor gave me lots of advice about time managing clients and helping them achieve what they want to accomplish. I’m excited to sit in a session and experience the hard work and drive that goes on in a studio. More importantly I can’t wait to get hands on. I learned the history of how a recording studio use to record music before we got all this technology and I had no idea how far we came. Also I learned that recording studios use to record in mono before they discovered stereo. I had no idea how much positioning and different things audio engineers do just to get a perfect clean sound. I learned that there are a lot of different microphones that do different jobs to capture sound.”

July 2015

Really looking forward to EQing the song I’m working on

“This lesson was on equalization. Very, very interesting lesson. It packed a lot of information into it and I feel somewhat challenged by this portion of the process. Which is by no means a bad thing. Seeming a little time consuming at least at first when you finally understand it, but probably gets easier with practice just like doing anything else you do for a while. Definitely part of the process, in my opinion, that you need to train your ears for. A little bit of fine tuning that seems to require your fully focused attention. Really looking forward to EQing the song I’m working on for homework as well as other projects I’m working on.”

July 2015

The Feels

“I know this section wasn’t the most fun or entertaining, but if you really have passion for music, you can appreciate all facets including how we hear songs. This chapter was an eye opener for me, and I feel like I have a solid ground to build up from now.”

July 2015

I have just been tracking as much as can.

“I have been fortunate to sit in recording sessions with up and coming rapper Jay Tha Prince, who has Songs with Artist Like Kevin Gates & Juvenile, as well as female artist Ashley Bank$. At his point, I have just been tracking as much as can. I like the how the book stream lines and focuses on developing a proficient work flow.”

July 2015

July 11, 2015 Student Quotes

Final Mix Project!

“This week, I was given a song for the final mix project! I was also given vocals to practice tuning with melodyne! I’m excited to get to finally get better at melodyne!”

‘Now comes to the fun stuff.’

“Thats what my mentor told me since this past week we went over mic placement and now into Tracking and then getting really close to Pro Tools now. So EXCITED! haha”

This week has been amazing!

“In chapter one I learned so much more than I thought I ever would. Learned about compression and rarefaction. Learned about the ear and how it works. Learned about how sound is created and how it travels. I thought it was crazy that sound moves at around 761 mph. That is incredible. Then in the studio my mentor showed me what everything meant and how it is related to sound engineering. Then he gave me an exercise to start training my ear for frequencies. He also showed me how to do start a rough mix of a song. This week has been amazing, thank you so much!”

July 2015

I’ve never loved school as much as I do now.

“So far in my first chapter of my schooling at RRFC I’ve loved it. This experience so far has been nothing but good to me. I Love going to class, I’ve never loved school as much as I do now.
My first encounter at school was with a local celebrity named “Lightshow” and it was very interesting. It made me realize how much I cannot wait to become a certified audio engineer. I began to learn under producer “DJ Knox” which was also a great experience and i was able to learn how he likes to mix and master his music. The first chapter to my school was amazing in a summary but the only thing I would say is I can’t wait until I can be in the studio much more frequently.”

July 2015

I think it came out well.

“I found the Time Based effects in this chapter pretty easy to understand. I really enjoyed putting it to use on my mix assignment. Sadly, I had to take on a new song for my assignment because I felt I wasn’t going to be able to add reverb or delay to it in good taste. So I used an EDM song instead, I think it came out well.”

July 2015

My first studio session with Mr. Ramos was fantastic!

“My first studio session with Mr. Ramos was fantastic! I actually had some firsthand experience watching him work with an artist and create a master version of her songs for potential radio stations and broadcasts to air. Little did I know, radio stations and personnel will not accept anything but a master version of a single which actually makes sense when you think about it. Any song that is heard over the radio needs to be polished and touched up in order to maximize the musical experience for the audience. I might have a biased opinion on this, but it’s really the audio engineer who is responsible for making sure that the song is well polished, not necessarily the artist. Therefore, I find it most impressive if the artist can perform their songs well for a live audience as they would during a recording session. On the other hand, the performance also depends on the acoustics of the venue in which a concert or event is performed. The artist could very well be on pitch in their immediate area on stage, but when the sound actually reaches the audience, the pitch might have drop as a result of how the architecture of the venue is set up. Therefore, it is critically important for audio engineers to make sure that everything is balanced so the audience gets the best musical experience and then the artist gets a good review.”

I’m so proud of the things I learned through this program.

“I had the chance to be present in a drum session, did the setup of the microphones, preamps, and levels. And again, being present when they record, and in some projects they have to mix for major companies. I have been applying everything I’ve learned in here with my projects at home, doing some covers and there’s so much difference between today and 3 months ago! I’m so proud of the things I learned through this program.”

July 4, 2015 Student Quotes

This was the most challenging chapter so far!

“The list seemed to go on and on for all of those devices and gadgets so instead of hopelessly trying to memorize the brands and models, I tried to focus on the purposes and general ideas. This chapter talks a lot about the timeline of the technology in the audio industry. I noticed that the technology was always growing and developing to support more audio tracks, to have higher sample rates, and so on. I realize that this trend will most likely continue for as long as this industry exists, so I’ll have to keep in mind that I’ll always have to keep up with the new ideas. I feel like I had at least somewhat of a head start on understanding this chapter since I started using Ableton in high school, (at a very amateur level), so I was glad I was able to understand thing like projects sometimes needing dozens audio tracks. I still feel like this kind of stuff will mostly just take time to fully understand, and I won’t get it right away just from reading a chapter in a textbook, but this is definitely a great start!”

July 2015

I was pretty excited to have been accepted at the Recording Connection

“I was pretty excited to have been accepted at the Recording Connection, so when I got the call that I was accepted, I was more than happy! My first week of school began on the week of June 15, 2015. I went 2 times to the studio for the week. I stayed approximately 5 1/2 hours each day. My mentor told me he wanted me to have the best experience while with him so if I am not having it, to tell him and just be honest. I like that. Tomorrow I will go back where there will be a session for the first time. I am planning to stay the whole day and I will write my second blog on it tomorrow, well today. I am also glad that I get to communicate with my mentor and can both try and get a flexible schedule so it is convenient to both of us. It was a great first week and I am looking forward to finish this course with a happy ending!”

I know this was just the first day, but WOW!

“Just completed my first studio day, now I know this was just the first day, but WOW this program is great. I learned more in one day then most students at a traditional college or university. I can’t wait until next week!”

I’ve been in the studio A LOT since we last connected!

“I’ve been able to work with bands such as Not In The Face, Courtesy Tier, Hunt Sales, Leopold And HIs Fiction, and more! What’s even better is that my mentor not only educates me on the Analog side of things, but his assistant and mixing engineer educates me on the Digital perspective as well. After a while of being in the studio, I have finally worked my way up to actually earning an engineering credit on Scorpion Child’s coming up album through the Nuclear Blast record label. On this project I comb filtered the toms and edited those tracks. I will be doing more editing work for the other engineers as well.”

Learning to Adapt to Different Musicians

“I never actually realized the time and thought that goes into tracking a session. I learned from Joey that it’s important to learn the musicians and the sound they carry when performing. It’s a good thing to adapt to how a certain group of musicians performs together so you can possibly get an idea of how they want their music to sound. a lot of the battle is setting up the equipment to match the flow and functionality of the group. Finding the best possible configurations for the band and how you will layout and go about recording a session.”

June 2015

I really enjoyed these last two chapters about Pro Tools

“I really enjoyed these last two chapters about Pro Tools because they have really given me more of an idea how to use it. They have helped me learn what each tool does and the command keys for each one. At first, Pro Tools seemed like a different language to me but just from working in the studio and reading about it, I have learned pretty much the basics of it and how to use it properly. It honestly makes me more excited to use it because now I know what I’m actually doing and don’t have to ask as many questions as I use to.”

June 2015

First Day on the Job

“My first day in the studio blew me away. Matt was recording bass and guitar for an upcoming country artist out of LA. Her bandmates and producer drove all the way from LA to Portland to record her first EP. Even though I didn’t do much but observe, I started to develop what a day in the studio is like (on a busy day). I watched how they had to set up amps here and plug mic chords in there, it was a bit overwhelming. Then for about an hour the bass player sat down and would patiently record and re-record here and there. I just saw the ‘flow’ of it all. The breaks here and there but for the most part just constant recording. Everyone in the studio was synergizing with each other and adding in bits of helpful advice constantly. Matt and Jason were showing each other what this and that sounded like while helping the artists’ record. I remember Taylor was rushing a certain part in his guitar solo and everyone helped him get it down. The energy was alive and it made me beyond stoked for what lies ahead.”

I’m super excited to start learning about plug-ins and editing

“It’s been a few weeks since my last blog. My mentor was on vacation for 2 weeks so I spent that time going over the material in chapter 9 Pro Tools basics as well as working on learning the music for the project my mentor has me working on. I’ve recently had two sessions with my mentor Dick Orr, and in those sessions we worked on and recorded the a couple of guitar parts within my project as well as editing the bass line I had recorded a few weeks prior. The work on this project has been extremely fun and helpful while learning the studio software and hardware but also enhancing my music abilities. I know the knowledge I gain from completing this music project will aid me when I’m recording other artists and musicians in the future. We also covered the Basics of Pro Tools during these sessions which was awesome because it allowed me not only to go home and apply what I’ve learned to my own personal home projects, but to also see how the basic software functions are similar across other DAW’s. The studio I have my sessions at uses Sonar, so learning not only how things work, but why, will allow me to be able to work with any DAW in any studio and adding to my versatility as an engineer. I’m super excited to start learning about plug-ins and editing/mixing in the upcoming chapters.”

June 2015

Now I can’t wait to get started!

“My mentor told me that a Mac is much better for Pro Tools. So I saved up and got myself one. He was extremely helpful in telling me exactly what I needed to be sure the program functions correctly. Take your RRF enrollment receipt with you to an Apple store and they’ll give you a student discount. I called and placed my order over the phone. Got everything my mentor told me to get plus a student discount and was able to go pick up my new mac within 3 hours or ordering. Now I can’t wait to get started!”

June 2015
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