Music Scene in
Recording Connection is:
audio education upgraded for the 21st century
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Your New Brunswick, NJ Audio Recording School
An industry-competitive Audio Engineering School in New Brunswick? Certainly! The RECORDING CONNECTION is the only school that places you as an audio student extern inside an actual New Brunswick recording studio, where you will learn audio engineering, mixing, music production, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (trance, trip hop, house music, acid house and more), post production audio and DJing, one-on-one from a seasoned music industry professional. If you live in or near New Brunswick, there’s no better way to get your start in a music industry career than by externing in a New Brunswick recording studio, and we are the only school on the planet that can put you there.
How can you justify spending 20-50 thousand dollars to attend an audio program at a college or trade school, when you could learn in a real recording studio for far less money? Get your education in the heart of the action, learning from the pros and making industry connections while getting a quality education. Our audio engineering school is the most effective, most cost-efficient way to launch a career in audio.
Although New Brunswick, NJ isn’t on the tip of everyone’s tongue with regard to the music business, this city of 55,000 in northeastern New Jersey has been a major player in New Jersey’s music scene, and continues to be an influence today. New Brunswick’s music scene (fueled in part by Rutgers University) has been a longtime hotspot for rock, punk, and indie/underground music, having spawned such bands as The Smithereens and Bon Jovi, as well as modern rock acts Thursday, Pavement, Streetlight Manifesto, The Gaslight Anthem and others. Independent music continues to be a staple of the New Brunswick area, with indie labels Ferret Records and Don Giovanni Records making their home here.
Keeping step with the active music scene, New Brunswick is home to several quality recording studios–and if you want to be trained as an audio engineer, music producer, sound designer or live audio tech, one of these studios could become your personal classroom.