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Located in southern Connecticut along the north shore of Long Island Sound, New Haven, Connecticut is home to Yale University, which understandably is one of the town’s primary economic factors. The presence of the university also feeds into a vibrant underground music scene, in addition to the jazz and classical elements present in the area. Notable musicians with ties to New Haven represent a variety of genres, and include jazz musicians Brooks Kerr and Joe Morris, blue-eyed soul singer Michael Bolton, pop/rock artist Liz Phair, Indigo Girls bandmate Emily Saliers, and legendary pop duo The Carpenters, to name a few. Among the more notable live music venues in New Haven is Toad’s Place, where The Rolling Stones once showed up for a surprise concert.
A number of area recording studios make their home in New Haven, accommodating the needs of the diverse music scene here. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, New Haven holds plenty of opportunity for you to learn.