Welcome Future Electronic Musicians, Hip Hop Moguls, Audio Techs and Music Producers!
Recording Connection Offers Tutoring at No Cost to all Currently Enrolled students.*
The Recording Connection audio school alternative places you inside a real recording studio as an extern, which enables you to be trained by the professionals who make music, audio for video games, commercials, live events and maybe even hit records.
Placing you inside a recording studio is not the only thing we do to help you succeed.
In addition to our curriculums, we are also proud to offer our students tutoring at no additional cost to them.
In addition to your one-on-one learning inside the recording studio, you can receive remote, online one-on-one tutoring with your Academic Facilitator. Hone your skills and knowhow, augment your audio education, or learn even more by getting proactive and getting tutored:
WANT TO MAKE ADDITIONAL BEATS? – Based at our main offices in Los Angeles, our on-site producers and engineers will show you how to make beats in any program of your choice: Reason, Logic, Pro Tools, Ableton, or Fruity Loops.
NEED HELP WITH HOMEWORK? – We will help you over the phone, Monday – Friday 9am- 6 pm PST/PDT.
WANT TO WRITE A SONG AND NEED HELP? – Call us, and we will help you for no additional charge.
LIVE SOUND QUESTION? – Call us, and we will answer it.
MIXING OR MASTERING QUESTIONS – We’ll answer your mixing, mastering, and audio questions for no additional charge.
We are committed to your education, to enabling you to break into the business and get connected in the industry. When you become a Recording Connection student you receive all of the following:
- Pro Tools (or Ableton, Logic if available in your area)
- No Cost Tutoring
- A mentor inside a real recording studio
- Job Placement Assistance for one year after you graduate
- Connections inside the music business
- Songwriting support
- Career Counseling
- 6-9 months externship
*Satisfactory Progress Standards are designed to assess academic progress for classes taken a Recording Radio Film Connection & CASA Schools only and requires a both quantitative measurements and qualitative measurements. Students must maintain satisfactory progress toward the completion of their program.
A student must demonstrate Satisfactory Academic Progress by successfully completing courses attempted. Completing courses with C or better grades indicate academic progress. Completing courses with a grade less than a C is determined as poor academic performance and may lead to warning, probation or termination. It is important that students attend all classes and complete them successfully. Students who fail to meet the minimum standards of one or more of the below criteria will be notified by the Academic Facilitator within seven (7) business days of determination.
The following criteria are used to determine whether or not a student is making Satisfactory Academic Progress. These standards monitor whether a student meets the minimum quantitative and qualitative components. A student must be able to:
- • Maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA)
- • Achieve the minimum incremental completion rate (ICR) and
- • Complete the program within a maximum allowable time frame (MTF)
Tutoring is available to current students in good standing who have not exceeded 150% of clock hours in the program for which they are enrolled. Students who are on Academic Probation, Academic Termination, or who are delinquent on their accounts may not receive tutoring. Failure to complete courses successfully for any reason will negatively affect Satisfactory Academic Progress. Failing courses or withdrawing from courses could result in extending the length of educational program. Schedule a meeting with the Academic Facilitator immediately, if you are having attendance concerns, and/or feel you are failing a course or courses or falling behind. It is important to understand how these situations will impact SAP. In order for a student to graduate, the minimum requirements are a CGPA of 2.0 and completion of all required coursework without attempting more than 150% of the hours in the program.