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If you’re looking for the opportunity to go to audio engineering school in Ardmore, Oklahoma, look no further than the RECORDING CONNECTION, the only audio school alternative that gets you inside an actual Ardmore recording studio to learn as as a working extern under the personal, one-on-one guidance of a real producer/engineer. Train on-the-job for an exciting career in your choice of music production, audio engineering, mixing, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (dub fusion, industrial, house music, trance and more), club DJ and post production audio. In Ardmore, Oklahoma, your best chance for launching a music industry career is to train inside a real recording studio. We’re the school that puts you there.
There’s no need to pay 50 thousand dollars or more to sit in a crowded classroom when we can get you learning directly from a professional audio engineer for a fraction of that cost! Make the smart move for your career: get on the inside track by learning on-the-job from people who actually do this for a living, and make powerful industry connections while you’re learning the ropes. Check out the more cost effective way to jumpstart your career as an audio engineer or music producer and consider enrolling in our audio school alternative.
Located along I-35 midway between Oklahoma City and Dallas, the city of Ardmore is home to about 25,000 people. Known early on for its cotton, then for its oil, Ardmore has enjoyed a history of prosperity since its early beginnings, and today remains a center of commerce for the south-central Oklahoma region. Ardmore has produced more than its fair share of NFL stars, including New York Jets legend Mark Gastineau, Green Bay Packers fullback Russ Saunders and Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan, to name a few. The late Rue McClanahan, known for playing Blanche Devereaux on The Golden Girls, was also born in this area.
Also a regional hub for art and culture, Ardmore hosts its own active music scene, with touring acts frequenting the famed Ardmore Music Hall and local bands performing in venues across the area. Ardmore is also home to a number of high-quality recording studios that serve the needs of many top bands and artists, and with the help of the RECORDING CONNECTION, one of these studios could become your personal classroom.
Our unique spin on music industry training is our mentor-extern training approach. Never mind the overpriced college and trade school classrooms; we put you right in the heart of the action from day one, working alongside a real music producer or audio engineer as an extern inside a real recording studio where real records are being made. Not only is this a highly effective and affordable way to learn (typically 75 percent less than our competitors charge), but it enables you to learn insider knowhow from people who actually do this for a living—not to mention that along the way, you can meet and connect with other industry pros who can one day hire you or recommend you for a job. Do you think you’ll ever get this close to the action by sitting in a classroom or lab? Enroll in our Ardmore, Oklahoma Audio Engineering School today, and find out for yourself why more than 70 percent of our graduates get hired.