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Your ROANOKE, VIRGINIA MUSIC RECORDING SCHOOL ALTERNATIVE
Looking for a Roanoke-Lynchburg Music School where you can learn audio engineering and music production? Look no further than the RECORDING CONNECTION, the only music school alternative that gets you inside an actual Roanoke-Lynchburg recording studio, where you will work as an audio student extern and learn audio engineering, mixing, music production, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (dub fusion, industrial, house music, trance and more), post production audio and club DJ. In the Roanoke-Lynchburg area, there’s no better path to a career in audio engineering than to extern in a Roanoke-Lynchburg recording studio–and that’s where we come in.
Why spend upwards of 20-50 thousand dollars to go to a music engineering trade school somewhere, when for a fraction of that amount you can go to our music school alternative in a real recording studio in the Roanoke-Lynchburg area? Be smart, learn from the pros, and get connected as you get educated. Our music recording school alternative is the smartest, most cost efficient way to learn audio engineering and music production.
The cities of Lynchburg and Roanoke lie along a 55-mile stretch of Highway 460 in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western Virginia. Although not a region many people associate with the music business in general, the Roanoke-Lynchburg area serves as a cultural hub for the region, and has a rich history in music, particularly with mountain music and ‘Piedmont Blues’, a particular fingerstyle guitar sound. The musical heritage of this area continues today with local bands and musicians regularly playing in venues throughout the area, in styles that include folk, rock, country, rap and others. Notable musicians with ties to the Roanoke-Lynchburg area include country singer/songwriter Phil Vassar, Piedmont blues pioneer Luke Jordan, Christian rap-turned-alternative band dcTalk, and singer Wayne Newton, to name a few.
A number of recording studios make their home in the Roanoke-Lynchburg area to accommodate the needs of the music community here. If you are considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, but prefer the small-town feel to the craziness of the big city, the Roanoke-Lynchburg holds plenty of learning opportunities for you.