The Recording Connection For:
Electronic Music Production
- A Recording Connection Audio School Program -
Learn Ableton, Logic or Pro Tools. Apprentice under a legendary electronic music composer, dance music producer, or touring DJ in their studio. Gain insider access to the electronic music scene. Tuition is just $9,800.
View Our Logic Electronic Music Production Course Curriculum
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Why our electronic music producing school works
+ Learn Logic, Pro Tools, Ableton Live, CuBase and Reason from a professional DJ, producer or performer
+ Learn in a real recording studio or yours. You decide.
+ Build your own project studio.
+ You tell us your favorite genres of electronic music, and we will help you produce that type of music.
+ Make music for film and TV
+ Graduate as a certified electronic music producer
We get it. You believe you have what it takes to be a successful electronic music producer. There’s only one problem: You know you need more than just a classroom education in order to make it. You know that you need connections, knowledge, and experience to succeed.
In order to further your career as an electronic music producer, you need to have connections within the electronic music world. You need to have a lot of connections. Not just one or two. You need fifty, a hundred, or two hundred. You need people who are in high places to know who you are. You need to have your foot in the door.
Making the right choice for your career can be difficult. With so many options and so many schools, there’s always a fear of choosing incorrectly. Look at it this way: you want to be an electronic music producer, so why not study with a professional electronic music producer?
The Recording Connection Audio School is the only audio apprenticeship (externship) program that allows you to break into the biz, make connections, and study all at the same time.
The Recording Connection is the school of the future, plain and simple. We’re the school that helps you learn the craft and the business simultaneously.
Get Educated About The Recording Connection
Your career as an electronic music producer starts right now. From this moment on, you’re a producer. You work in a studio, you have connections in the industry, you’re a producer. The Recording Connection has over four hundred electronic music producers throughout the United States who are ready, willing and able to mentor you in the arts of electronic music production.
Learn from Industry Pros
If you’re accepted to our audio engineering, music producing or electronic music production programs, you will learn from the best. You’ll be learning from the people who produced the records of Lady Gaga, Aerosmith, Nine Inch Nails, and many, many others.
We don't just take your money and process you through the curriculum. We help you jumpstart your career.
Our tuition is among the lowest in the industry. We train you for less money because we don’t want you going into debt. We want you to be successful. We want you to go out and write electronic music. We don’t want you to have to take some crappy day job in order to pay the bills.
Don’t be a student; be an apprentice (extern). Studying is great, but honing your craft in a real world setting is the key to your career. When people see you being an electronic music producer in a real studio, they’ll think to themselves "I should hire this person; they obviously know what they’re doing."
The only way that you’re going to fully actualize your dream of becoming an electronic music producer is by getting in the thick of it and really going for it.
It’s never too late to start. Apply below today so that you can be starting your career tomorrow. It’s all up to you. Your future is there for the taking.
Coursework is delivered via distance education and completed at a location determined by the student. Apprenticeship (Externship) locations can be up to 60 miles away from the student’s address. The apprenticeship (externship) mentor will work with each student on structuring a specific schedule, the student agrees that he/she will be available to meet with the mentor for a minimum of two sessions per week.”