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About the Nebraska Recording Connection Audio Institute

Nebraska is home to one of the most amazing audio engineering schools in the country, the Recording Connection. We take individuals from all walks of life, and we teach them the crafts of audio engineering and music producing by placing them in real recording studios to be trained by actual industry professionals.  It’s unlike any other audio engineering school in the world.

The Recording Connection functions on a simple apprenticeship (externship) format. You’re paired with an amazing audio engineering or successful producer who teaches you everything you need to know as you learn on-the-job. You’ll be working in a real studio with your mentor, making connections and honing your craft.

Just to make sure that our students have all the skills that they need to excel in this fast paced work environment, we make sure that they learn the programs Nmore, Ableton, Reason, Logic, and Pro Tools inside and out. We want you to be equipped to work in any recording studio in the world.

In the music industry, connections are everything, which is why the Recording Connection places such a high emphasis on making connections in the studio. Connections are what will keep you finding work, they’re what will make sure that you are visible, and they’re what will eventually allow you to advance to the next level. It’s just that simple. Connections mean everything.

In the Recording Connection, you’ll be working in a studio with numerous people. You’ll be meeting the clients, your co-workers, and your mentor. You’ll have hundreds of connections by the time you graduate from our program. And the best part is that you can attend the Nebraska Recording Connection from anywhere in the state. Whether you want to study in Lincoln, North Platte, Omaha or another town, we can arrange it. And if we don’t have a Recording Connection branch in your town, we’ll open one.