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Your Nashua, NH Recording School
Looking for a Nashua Audio Engineering School with an industry edge? Look no further than the RECORDING CONNECTION, the only school that gets you into a real Nashua recording studio, where you will learn directly from the pros as an audio student extern. If you are looking for a career in mixing, 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 or club DJing, there’s no better place in Nashua to get started than in a Nashua recording studio as an extern. We’re the school that gets your foot in the door.
Make no mistake–traditional audio engineering programs at trade schools and colleges easily cost 20-50 thousand dollars or more. Why go to that expense when you could get the same quality education in a real recording studio for far less money? Get on the inside track, and get your education in a real-world environment. No other school offers a more effective or cost-efficient alternative than our audio recording school.
Located about 20 miles south of Manchester, the city of Nashua is home to around 86,000 people. While not a community that many outsiders would think of as a music hub, Nashua hosts an active music scene, both locally and in connection with the broader music scene of New Hampshire. Of particular note is Studio 99 in downtown Nashua, an acoustic music venue and listening room hosting some of the best local talent in town. Noteworthy musicians to come out of Nashua include pop singer Mandy Moore and folk artist Ray LaMontagne.
A number of quality recording studios make their home in Nashua to keep step with the musical needs of this community. Additionally, Nashua is less than an hour’s drive from the larger music scene of Boston, Massachusetts, making it an excellent alternative learning environment for aspiring audio engineers and music producers who prefer a smaller town to the big city.