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About the Louisiana Recording Connection Audio Institute
The Recording Connection in Louisiana is your best bet when it comes to breaking into the music industry. If you’ve always dreamed of becoming an audio engineer, the Recording Connection is the quickest, most effective way for you to transition into full-time work within the music industry.
At the Recording Connection in Louisiana, we operate with a simple goal: help you launch a career. That’s why we pair you with a music industry professional who knows the ins and out of the music biz. He or she will be your “Obi Wan” for the entire duration of your course.
The Recording Connection, much like the music industry, is based on connections. We pair you with a mentor who introduces you to all of his or her work associates, and slowly but surely you meet people at every level of the industry. Inevitably, there will be a vacancy at some point, and you’ll be next in line.
We also help you hone your craft. We teach you Nmore, Logic, Pro Tools, Reason, and Ableton. We teach you about mic placement, signal flow, mixing and mastering. We want you to be the best audio engineer you can be, so you’ll be versatile enough to work at any recording studio in the world.
The Recording Connection has audio engineering school locations all over Louisiana. If you’d like to go to school in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Alexandria or Monroe, we can arrange that. And if you live in a town that doesn’t have an audio engineering location, we’ll set one up. How do we do it? With our program, you’re placed in a real recording studio as an apprentice (extern), so any recording studio is a potential classroom.
Connections are paramount. You need to know people in this business in order to advance. That’s why the Recording Connection puts you in a real recording studio with professionals so that you can showcase your skills and talents. The Recording Connection in Louisiana is the best way for you to get your foot in the door of the music industry.