Category: Research 201

Recording Connection mentor Steve Catizone on Vibe, Hiring Students & Training Tomorrow’s Audio Pros During COVID-19

Recording Connection mentor, producer/engineer Steve Catizone Steve Catizone of Infinite Recording (Black Eyed Peas, Charli XCX, Charlie Puth, Justin Bieber, Wyclef Jean), located in the Boston area, has decades of experience producing and engineering...

Recording Connection grad Isaac Wolfe Made VP of Legendary Hollywood Recording Studio!

Recording Connection graduate Isaac Wolfe (Los Angeles, CA) didn’t take the fast track when it came to building his career in music. Rather, he did something so foreign, so revolutionary in today’s climate of...

Mentor Rene Reyes on The Creative, Fluffy Land of Unicorns, Objectivity & What it Really Takes to Be a Professional Music Producer

Producer/Engineer Rene Reyes of Miami’s Rebel 11 Studios (Bad Bunny, Darrel, Karol G) isn’t one to varnish the truth. He’s passionate about making music, helping artists capture the sounds and sonic feel they’re after,...

Recording Connection mentor Mack Woodward: How I Hired 18 Engineers During COVID-19.

Grammy-certified Recording Connection mentor Mack Woodward is a music producer and mixing engineer (Beyoncé, Maroon 5, Fergie, Outkast, Jamie Foxx) who’s dedicated to teaching tomorrow’s engineers and producers the skillset and mindset it takes...

Home Recording Studio Design

Nominated for Academy Awards, including an Oscar win for the best original song, Hustle and Flow is about DJay, a pimp, as he tries to make a name for himself in the local rap...

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Recording Connection mentor G.W. Childs on Passion-fueled Songwriting, Ableton Production, and more.

Recording Connection mentor G.W. Childs has a multifaceted career spanning decades. A songwriter, artist, and keyboardist with Soil & Eclipse, he’s also published books on Ableton, Propellerhead’s Reason and served as the sound designer...

What is a record deal?

Caveat Emptor Rules Ever since Robert Johnson “sold his soul to the devil” in order to become a famous musician as chronicled in his song “Crossroads,” record deals have been looked at as a...