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The Louisville, KY Recording Connection
If you’re looking for a Louisville music school alternative to learn audio engineering and recording, you’ve come to the right place! We’re Recording Connection, the music school alternative that hooks you up as an audio student extern inside an actual Louisville recording studio, where you will learn your choice of audio engineering, mixing, music production, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (dub step, trance, drum and bass, techno and more), electronic DJ and post production audio. Over the past three decades we’ve seen firsthand that the smart, no-nonsense way to break into the recording industry in Louisville is to start inside a Louisville recording studio as an extern. Then, once you’re in, show them what you’re made of.
Sure, you might decide spending upwards of 20 to 50 thousand dollars to go to music recording trade school what you want. Or perhaps you’re hungry to have the college experience, maybe join a fraternity or sorority and live the college life.
With us, you can spend less money on tuition and go to music school in a real recording studio. For individuals who want learn directly from a professional within in a real-world environment, who want to make those industry connections which can prove vital in a career, consider Recording Connection. Our six month long programs are cost-effective and time-efficient. Our alternative to regular music school gets you training on the inside track.
Louisville, Kentucky–the largest city in the state–is perhaps best known for its horse racing industry, most famously the annual Kentucky Derby. However, Louisville is also home to a vibrant and active music scene, with a wide diversity of genres and a long list of live music venues. Of particular note is Louisville’s indie-alternative music scene, which has been the catalyst for the annual three-day Forecastle Music Festival held every summer along the Ohio River. Notable musicians and bands hailing from the Louisville area include R&B artist Keke Wyatt, jazz guitarist Jimmy Raney, guitarist David Grissom, singer/actress Telma Hopkins (best known for her vocals in Tony Orlando & Dawn and her comedic role in sitcom Family Matters), singer/songwriter Joan Osborne, rock/soul singer Wilson Picket, and indie-rock bands Love Jones and My Morning Jacket, to name a few.
To accommodate the ongoing needs of this busy music community, several quality recording studios make their home in Louisville. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, you’ll find there are plenty of learning opportunities here–and Recording Connection gets you close to the action in ways ordinary music schools can’t. Are you ready?