Music Scene in
Your ORLANDO, FL MUSIC RECORDING SCHOOL
While Orlando and the surrounding area offers several options for learning audio engineering and music production, only one Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne Music School gets you working as an audio student extern inside an actual recording studio where you will learn music production, audio engineering, mixing, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (trip hop, techno, house, trance and more), post production audio and club DJ. In the Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne area, the best way to start a career in audio recording is by externing in a recording studio in Orlando, Daytona Beach or Melbourne–and the RECORDING CONNECTION is the music school that can make that happen for you.
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Located in the east-central region of Florida, the cities of Orlando, Daytona Beach and Melbourne are all major tourism spots. While this region is known for its amusement parks, NASCAR racing, resorts, beaches and film studios, it also is home to a solid music scene, with genres ranging from reggae to hip-hop to pop-rock and metal. Orlando, in fact, spawned the Florida Breakbeat genre, as well as the Boy Band pop music fad of the 90s (thanks to local bands N*Sync and Backstreet Boys). Among the other well-known musicians and acts with ties to the Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne area: Matchbox Twenty, Seven Mary Three, Duane & Gregg Allman of The Allman Brothers, Bobby Dall (bassist for Poison) and Doors frontman Jim Morrison, to name a few.
Today, the music scene in the Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne area continues to be strong and active, with plenty of venues and recording studios to accommodate bands and artists. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, this area is an excellent learning ground.