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:
Located in the far western corner of Texas just across the Rio Grande from Mexico, El Paso is a border-straddling city of around 600,000 people. Although not widely associated with the music industry in general, El Paso hosts an active music scene, with local bands and musical artists regularly playing gigs in genres including country, rock, blues, and more. There are several EL PASO, TX, AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION SCHOOLS to choose from, but how many will put you in the middle of the action from start?
The El Paso Recording Connection will match you with a PRO MUSIC PRODUCER, who will mentor you in their PROFESSIONAL RECORDING STUDIO. Our programs are designed to give you extensive one-on-one time with your mentor, learning how the music of today gets made. From running cables and setting up mics to even taking over a session or two (if your mentor deems you ready), you can get a totally immersive experience that’s beyond anything you will find in a university setting.
We realize, of course, that you do have a life. Every student meets with an Academic Facilitator and their mentor to devise a schedule that works for them. Luckily, the music industry doesn’t follow a traditional 9-to-5 schedule. You’ll also have a say in what your curriculum will look like.
You’ll be working in a pro recording studio, with the latest gear, and with actual clients. Fresh new local bands, established regional acts, and maybe even the occasional artist that’s known the world around. But this isn’t the time to get autographs. This is the time to work.
The Recording Connection Audio Engineering & Music Production Program demands that you show up, act responsibly, and put in the work. The efforts you put in for the next six to nine months can go a very long way in determining whether or not you’ll have a job waiting for you at the end of your audio externship training.
After four years at a traditional 4-year university, you’ll get a firm handshake, a GPA, and a diploma. With us, you could have three years of professional experience in audio engineering or music production. And you’ll pay a fraction of the cost. The decision is yours, but we happen to think it’s a pretty easy decision.