The Santa Barbara Recording Connection
If you’re looking for a quality music school for audio engineering and music production in the Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo area–look no further! We’re the RECORDING CONNECTION, the music school that gets you hooked up as an audio student extern inside an actual Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo recording studio, where you will learn your choice of music production, audio engineering, mixing, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (dub fusion, industrial, house music, trance and more), club DJ and post production audio. One of the best ways to make a start in this area’s recording scene is to extern inside a recording studio in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria or San Luis Obispo–and we’re the ones who can get your foot in the door.
You don’t have to spend 20-50 thousand dollars to go to music recording school; you can go to music school in a real recording studio for far less. Get on the inside track by getting tour education in a real-world environment. Our MUSIC RECORDING SCHOOL alternative offers a highly effective and affordable way to get started in the music industry.
The cities of Santa Barbara, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo are located along California’s south-central coastline, on a 100-mile stretch of Highway 101. Although this area is shadowed by the huge music scene of L.A. a short drive south, the Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo area still has a solid musical presence, with plenty of live venues and recording studios to service the needs of the area. This area has also been home to a number of notable bands and artists, not the least of which are Jon Anderson (lead singer of Yes), Peter Buck (guitarist for R.E.M.), indie rock band Watashi Wa, rock band Toad the Wet Sprocket, and pop superstar Katy Perry, just to name a few. If you’re considering a career in audio as a recording engineer, live audio engineer or music producer, the Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo area has plenty of learning opportunities, and is close enough to the Los Angeles area that it can provide a quieter alternative to living there.