Not like any other school, this is Audio Education Updated, Reimagined, and Revitalized. Are You Ready to Take Your Place?
We hit different and here is why:
More than 30 years ago, Recording Connection saw a way to revolutionize AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION SCHOOLS. Certainly, many industries require a few years in the classroom before finally making your way to the work setting. We just don’t think the music industry is one of them.
We feel the smartest way to launch a career in audio in the Wichita area is by externing in a local recording studio–and that’s what we offer. We put you in the middle of a real-world WICHITA, KS, RECORDING STUDIO during the first week of the RECORDING CONNECTION AUDIO ENGINEER AND MUSIC PRODUCTION PROGRAM.
You’ll have the undivided attention of your mentor, a PRO MUSIC PRODUCER, who gives you the inside scoop on what it takes to make music in today’s world in a one-on-one setting. Instead of perusing a class list, you’ll team up with your mentor and Academic Facilitator to design a curriculum based on what you want to learn.
We won’t make you quit your day job, either. Making music is a 24/7 endeavor, especially when a paying client wants to work at 10 p.m. on Tuesday. Can’t make it to the studio most nights until after five or six? Chances are our mentors will be working then, too. Why uproot your entire life if you don’t have to?
And why spend more time or money if you don’t have to? Our programs last six to nine months and cost just a fraction of traditional four-year universities. There are some similarities of course. You’ll still have quizzes, exams, and required readings – we are an educational facility after all.
But instead of having to sign up for lab time to get your hands on the gear, you do nothing but spend time in the studio. Learning how to set mics, working with digital audio workstations, setting up consoles, and observing how to handle a wide array of personalities on the other side of the glass.
That’s what the Wichita Recording Connection program offers. In four years you could have a university diploma or a few years of professional experience, building your brand, portfolio, and client list. What makes more sense to you?