Music Scene in
THE GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA RECORDING CONNECTION
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, audio engineering
, music production
, live audio
, electronic music
-and its many sub-genres (video game music, acid house, dub fusion, electronica and more), post production audio
and club DJ
. There’s no better way to get started in the recording industry in Gainesville than to start inside a Gainesville recording studio as an apprentice–and no better school than the RECORDING CONNECTION to get your foot in the door.
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or music production.
Gainesville, Florida is a city of about 125,000 people situated in the northern part of the state. Although Gainesville is not as high-profile in the music business as Nashville or L.A., it actually has a strong, vibrant music scene, nurtured in part by the low cost of living and the presence of the massive University of Florida campus. In fact, Blender Magazine recently named Gainesville the Best Place to Start a Band in the United States. Indeed, Gainesville has produced quite a few nationally-known bands and artists, including Less than Jake, Sister Hazel, John Vanderslice, Steven Stills, and legendary rockers Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, to name a few. Two members of The Eagles, Bernie Leadon and Don Felder, also have ties to the Gainesville area. For a time, Gainesville even had its own music video station.
Today, Gainesville’s music scene continues to be strong and active, with plenty of venues and recording studios to accommodate bands and artists. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer
, live audio engineer
or music producer
, there’s plenty of activity in Gainesville to keep you busy.