Your MUSCLE SHOALS, ALABAMA RECORDING SCHOOL
There might not be a multitude of Muscle Shoals Audio Engineering Schools, but you really only need one: THE RECORDING CONNECTION. Were the only audio engineering school alternative that hooks you up in an actual Muscle Shoals recording studio, where you will work as a studio extern while you learn your choice of music production, audio engineering, mixing, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (video game music, acid house, dub fusion, electronica and more), electronic DJ and post production audio. Make no mistake, the smart way to break into the recording industry in Muscle Shoals is to start inside a Muscle Shoals recording studio as an extern (extern) and that’s where the RECORDING CONNECTION comes in.
You could easily spend 50 thousand dollars or more to go to an audio engineering trade school, or you could go to school in a real recording studio for a fraction of that amount. With us you get to learn directly from the pros, get on the inside track, and even get connected while getting your education. Our audio recording school alternative is the smart, time-efficient, cost-efficient program for people who want to get going in their careers within a matter of approximately six months.
Located in northwestern Alabama, the town of Muscle Shoals is small in size, but historically it’s made a huge mark on the music industry. Over the years it has quietly been become one of the best-kept secrets of the industry, a hotspot for great music and home to a large number of pro-level recording studios–including Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and FAME Studio. Many industry greats have come to Muscle Shoals to record because the small-town feel and remote location give them the ability to create with fewer distractions. Just a handful of the big names that have recorded in Muscle Shoals include Lynyrd Skynrd, Eric Clapton, Aretha Franklin, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, and even recent superstars like Carrie Underwood (who recorded “Before He Cheats” in Muscle Shoals). The area is also known for its successful blending of gospel and country-rock influences, serving as further inspiration for many recording artists.