Thinking of Attending a Milwaukee Recording School?
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Why spend upwards of 50 thousand dollars to go to an audio engineering trade school when you can spend far less money and go to audio engineering school in a real recording studio? Be smart, get on the inside track, and learn directly from the pros in a real-world environment. Our audio engineering school alternative is the smartest, most cost efficient program on the market today.
Milwaukee is Wisconsin’s largest city, hosting a population of over 600,000 people. Not only is Milwaukee known historically for its brewing industry, but it is also known for its vibrant and active music scene, being particularly influential in the genres of rock, hip-hop and jazz. Many other genres are represented in the scene as well (including ska, punk, electronic, and metal) as local and touring bands and artists perform regularly in venues all through the city. A number of notable bands and musicians have ties to Milwaukee, including jazz great Al Jarreau, hip-hop act Coo Coo Cal, rock band BoDeans, alternative band Violent Femmes, guitar legend Les Paul, and legendary piano showman Liberace.
Milwaukee is home to numerous quality recording studios to accommodate the ongoing needs of this busy music scene. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, Milwaukee holds plenty of opportunity for you to learn.
The training relationship for students in Wisconsin is not an apprenticeship (externship) as defined by the State of Wisconsin.