Category: Audio Engineering & Music Production Program

Mike Gevaza

Recording Connection graduate Michael Gevaza starts label Electric Giant!

The Recording Connection loves to foster an entrepreneurial environment for its students. We pair young and aspiring professionals with established veterans and do our best to enable them to succeed. Michael Gevaza is one...

RRFC INTERVIEW: Grammy-winning producer/engineer & mentor Tre Nagella

Working out of Luminous Sound Studios in Dallas, Texas, Recording Connection mentor Tre Nagella is a top-shelf producer/engineer who has worked with major artists like Lady Gaga, Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera and others. He’s...

Recording Connection mentor Doug Wallace on How Students Can Impress Him

With more than 30 years of professional music industry experience, there’s little that Recording Connection mentor Doug Wallace hasn’t seen. Since beginning as a drummer and guitarist, playing in several bands, then moving to...

At the Crossroads in Nashville: Recording student Chingas Kemps goes All In!

Many times, the pursuit of a dream means going “all in”—coming to a crossroads, making tough choices about your priorities, and choosing to jump in with both feet. It was at this crossroads where...

Recording Connection student Heather Crawford develops her DJ skills, lands gig in Shanghai

By the time she discovered the Recording Connection, Heather Crawford had already spent several years making a name for herself in the Los Angeles music scene as a club DJ, under the moniker “DJ...

Recording Connection student Dez Ward in the studio with Kirk Franklin

Dez Ward was debating going back to school for audio engineering. Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Dez initially attended and graduated from Rogers State University with a degree in Sports Management. Nevertheless, Dez’s true passion...

Recording Connection student Dez Ward learns the ropes from Grammy-Winner

When Dez Ward first found the Recording Connection, he was simply looking for a way to learn the ropes of audio engineering without having to go back to school. Little could he have guessed...