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Your AMARILLO, TEXAS AUDIO RECORDING SCHOOL ALTERNATIVE
If you’re looking for a great Amarillo audio engineering school, you’ve just found the most innovative option available. We’re the RECORDING CONNECTION, a program area of Recording Radio Film Connection & CASA Schools (RRFC). As a post-secondary institution, we are the school alternative that gets you working inside an actual Amarillo recording studio as an audio student extern, working alongside the pros as you learn audio engineering, mixing, music production, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (trance, trip hop, house music, acid house and more), club DJ and post production audio. In Amarillo, the smartest way to launch a career in recording and audio engineering is by externing in one of Amarillo’s recording studios–and that’s where we come in.
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Amarillo, Texas is a city of around 200,000 people, located in the northern Texas panhandle and serving as the economic hub for that region. Although not a town many people readily associate with the larger music industry, Amarillo is home to an active music scene, with bands and solo artists playing regularly around town in genres that include country, indie-rock, metal and more. Country music has understandably been a staple of the Amarillo music scene for many years, and has produced musicians such as rockabilly legend Buddy Knox, singer/songwriter Terry Stafford (who wrote ‘Amarillo By Morning’), singer/songwriter Charlie Phillips (who wrote ‘Sugartime’), and two-time American Idol contestant Lacey Brown.
Amarillo today is home to several recording studios which accommodate the ongoing musical activity here. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, Amarillo holds plenty of opportunity for you to learn.