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While there are several Miami Recording Schools from which to choose, there’s only one that connects you directly with a successful audio engineer and/or music producer for direct, one-on-one education that’s unlike anything you’ll find at a conventional school or college. Whether you want to get your audio education through online remote sessions or want to train in-person inside of a Miami recording studio, we can get you connected and on the right path from day one of your training. As a student you can learn mixing, audio engineering, music production, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (trip hop, techno, house, trance and more), electronic DJ and post production audio. The smart way to break into the recording industry in Miami, FL is to connect with an actively working professional who can show you how it’s done for real. That’s what RECORDING CONNECTION is all about.
Don’t make the mistake of spending 20-50 thousand dollars to learn the recording arts in a college or recording trade school, when for a fraction of that amount you can go to recording school in a real recording studio. Be smart, get on the inside track, and make vital industry contacts while learning in a real-world environment. Hands down, our recording school is the smartest, most cost efficient program on the market today.
While Miami, Florida is largely known for its gorgeous beaches and ocean views that draw vacationers from around the globe, it is also home to a very solid and influential music scene. While a diversity of genres is represented, Miami’s largest contribution to the musical climate is in various forms of dance music, nurtured in part by Latin and Caribbean ethnic influences. Miami was a hotspot for disco in the 1970s, spurred on by local acts K.C. and the Sunshine Band and Gordon MacRae, then later by the Cuban rhythms of Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine. (U.K. band The BeeGees also migrated here.) Hip-hop, freestyle, reggae, electro and Miami Bass all have roots here, as well as modern rock forms like ska, punk and metal, and even indie and folk. Other well-known musicians and acts with ties to Miami include Ricky Martin, Flo-Rida, Jon Secada, Expose, Cat Power, and Deborah Harry of Blondie, just to name a few.
Miami’s highly active music scene includes plenty of live venues and recording studios, providing plenty of opportunities for aspiring audio engineers and music producers. If you long for a career in one of these areas, Miami is an excellent choice for you–and the RECORDING CONNECTION can get you close to the action in ways other recording schools can’t match.