A Basic Overview of the Recording Connection Audio Recording and Music Producing School Alternative
No Experience Required
The Recording Connection Audio Institute’s acceptance standards are very high. The very nature of the in-studio training process requires that students be selected based on employment viability standards, rather than school admissions standards. The truth is, most audio schools accept anyone with a credit card or financial aid handout from the government. The Recording Connection Audio Institute does not work this way. All applicants must first go to a free, open house interview with their prospective mentor in the recording studio where the student is to be trained. If you are accepted by the mentor and the Recording Connection, only then will you be allowed to train as a Recording Connection student apprentice (extern).
In short, we’re looking for people who are hardworking, reliable, passionate, and motivated. No previous music or recording experience is required. You will be trained to become a recording engineer and/or a music producer.
PLEASE NOTE: All applicants will be prepared for their open house interview by the Recording Connection’s trained admissions staff prior to their appointment.
What Does It Cost?
Learn more about the tuition cost of a Recording Connection apprenticeship (externship), which includes all placement research, curriculum and training materials, mentor/instructor compensation, and in-studio training. Go »
How Do I Get Started? The Eight Steps to Success…
The Recording Connection Audio Institute’s enrollment process is involved, but easy to understand.
Step 1: Apply for free here
Step 2: Speak to an Admissions Counselor (you will be contacted by phone within 24-48 hours after you apply). If you do not hear from us within 24-48 hours after applying, please feel free to call us at 800.755.7597.
Step 3: Based on your financial needs, the Recording Connection admissions staff will find a financial package that is right for you. To learn more, speak to an Admissions Counselor.
Step 4: Our Placement Department searches for an apprenticeship (externship) at a recording studio within one hour from where you live. We will do our best to match your needs with what is available.
Step 5: You will be prepared, by phone, for your free open house interview with your mentor at the recording studio where you will learn.
Step 6: You will go to your free open house interview at the recording studio to meet your mentor. Again, this is free of charge, and there is no obligation.
Step 7: The Recording Connection Audio Institute will call you within 24-48 hours after your free open house interview with an acceptance or denial. Please note: denial is based on your level of motivation, your passion, and your thirst for knowledge. Nothing else.
More information on how the enrollment process works, how your actual recording studio selection process works, what you can expect during your in-studio interview. Go »
Application for Admission
Ready to take the next step? Complete and submit your Enrollment Application here. A Recording Connection Admissions Representative will contact you to begin the interview process. Go »
About Recording Connection
The Recording Connection is an institute of higher learning that is an Associate Member of many national, state, and regional musician, music, recording arts, broadcast and motion picture associations. Go »