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About the Maryland Recording Connection Audio Institute

The Recording Connection in Maryland is one of the highest rated audio engineering schools in the country. We consistently rank in the top five percent of audio engineering schools. We also have a 72% job placement record.* That means 72% of the students that enroll in our music production school walk straight out of our school and into a job within the industry.

The Recording Connection has locations all over Maryland. Do you want to go to audio school in Baltimore? Salisbury? Columbia? Rockville? We can put you there, because we train our students in real recording studios.

We don’t just teach you the technical skills of recording and mixing; we teach you by putting you in a real studio, where you become part of the process. Your mentor will teach you Ableton, Reason, Logic, Pro Tools, and Nmore, as well as mic placement, signal flow—everything you need to work in any recording studio in the world. We’re dedicated to making you into an audio engineering machine.

The Recording Connection also understands that it’s very difficult to afford school, and you don’t need to be burdened by massive amounts of student debt. That’s why we’ve kept our tuition at an extremely affordable cost. We want our students to focus on learning and not on paying back a ton of debt.

The Recording Connection in Maryland is built on a simple premise: the more connections you have, the easier it will be to find work. That’s why our program places you in the heart of the industry. We place you with a mentor, we put you in a real recording studio, and we introduce you to a bunch of real life industry veterans. These are all connections that you’ll have when you leave the program.

* Job placement statistics represent the percentage of students who graduated between May 1, 2013 and April 30, 2014 and found work related to their studies within six months of their graduation.