Learning as an Audio Apprentice
Now what’s really exciting about the Recording, Radio & Film Connection approach is it’s the approach like no other school, and you can do your own research on that. There are no other schools teaching you like this. This is learning as an apprentice (extern). This is learning in the real world. You have a mentor who oversees you as an apprentice (extern) and you learn hands-on. Yes, you take a structured course curriculum. Yes, your parents will be excited to know you’re doing plenty of reading and plenty of homework.
This is real school, but it’s better than real school. It’s school for the 21st century. It’s a school that says stay out of debt. Sure, do homework, but get on a real set. Get inside a real recording studio. Learn from the pros. Stay out of debt, learn from the pros. Take a hands-on approach to learning.
How does this help you? Real simple. You’re showing what your value is. You’re showing what you’re made of, to who? To the guy or gal who can hire you. There is no point in proving yourself to a college professor except for one reason. That’s because you want an A. As and Bs and report cards and diplomas do you not get you hired in the music, radio, or film business. What does? Hands-on education and showing someone who can hire you that you’re trustworthy and you’re competent. The Recording, Radio & Film Connection trains you in the real world so you can get a job.