Not like any other school, this is Audio Education Updated, Reimagined, and Revitalized. Are You Ready to Take Your Place?
We hit different and here is why:
For as long as you’ve been in school, it was the same situation. You’re in a class with a bunch of other students, each vying for attention or trying to get their questions answered. Or maybe you have to take a class because “they” say you need it before moving on to what you really want to do.
If you’re paying for the class, shouldn’t you have some say in how it’s taught? That’s what Recording Connection offers students who want to learn AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION IN DETROIT. We’ll place you in a one-on-one situation, inside a PROFESSIONAL DETROIT RECORDING STUDIO with an industry insider.
They will teach the curriculum around what you want to learn. While there are standard elements everyone in the industry should know, your mentor will fine-tune the experience to fit your career goals. Learning music theory, how to set up a studio for different genres of music, and building a brand are just a few of the aspects you’ll learn to master.
Beyond how you learn, and where you learn, you also have a say in when you learn. For a PRO MUSIC PRODUCER, the term “nine to five” doesn’t exist. That means you can still keep your day job and tend to family commitments while you learn with the Recording Connection.
But let’s be clear: This is not a hobby to our mentors, real word DETROIT MUSIC PRODUCERS. This is their profession and it could be yours, too. But you have to want it. We’ll give you a foundation, but you’ll have to take the initiative. You begin to learn when to ask for help, when your mentor needs your help, and when an artist expects your help.
In the music industry, who you know matters almost as much as what you know. That’s why we feel working with a DETROIT MUSIC PRODUCER in real-life situations is so much more beneficial than the piece of paper you get after four years at a college. And when touring acts and their music producers think of you – what will they remember?