Music Scene in
Recording Connection is:
audio education upgraded for the 21st century
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The South Bend – Elkhart Recording Connection
Is there a quality South Bend-Elkhart Recording School? Yes, indeed! We’re the RECORDING CONNECTION, the only recording school that hooks you up as an audio student extern inside an actual South Bend-Elkhart recording studio, while you learn your choice of 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. Make no mistake, the smartest way in the South Bend-Elkhart area to launch a career in audio engineering is by externing in a recording studio in Elkhart or South Bend–and we’re the school that can make that happen.
You could easily spend up to 50 thousand dollars to go to recording trade school, or you could spend a fraction of that amount to go to recording school in a real recording studio. The choice is clear! Get on the inside track, and get your education in a real-world environment. No one does it better or more cost effectively than our recording school alternative.
The cities of South Bend and Elkhart, Indiana are located in the northern part of the state, about 20 miles apart from one another. Although not widely known in music industry circles, the South Bend-Elkhart area nurtures an active music scene, with local bands and artists playing in a variety of genres in a number of live music venues. The South Bend-Elkhart area has produced a number of noteworthy musicians along the way, including country star Connie Stevens, singer/songwriter Carrie Newcomer, and prominent classical conductor Robert Spano, to name a few. The South Bend-Elkhart area is also the birthplace of Conn Musical Instruments, a leading manufacturer of brass and woodwind instruments. Conn-Selmer still maintains a plant in the area.