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Why We Believe Mentors Make Better Teachers


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At the Recording Connection, we use mentors for teachers. What does this mean? Teachers at audio trade schools are oftentimes either people who could not make a living in the music business or people who have retired from the music business. There’s nothing wrong with that but it’s not a winning formula if you want to learn audio engineering, music producing, sound mixing, live sound, beat making, or today’s most relevant music production and audio skills.

At Recording Connection you always learn from a mentor who is currently working at a top notch, professional recording studio. That means they are current and up to date with the technology, the trends and the players in the music business. In other words, they are in touch.

Learning from a mentor also means that you are learning privately–just you and your mentor, so you can learn at your own pace, get turned on to years of experience and professional tricks of the trade, and get guidance on your career path of choice from someone who makes a living doing just what you want to do when you graduate.

Teachers are great. They perform a valuable service. But if you are serious about a career in the music business, we believe our mentors are a better choice.

Our Approach to Education

We are not like ordinary audio or trade schools. We don’t waste your time in classrooms. This is the world of audio. Everything you need to know should be taught in the real world. We are unique, out-of-the-box thinkers. After over 3 decades service—we have the formula that works:

Private Mentor in Professional Recording Studio
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Faculty: Private Academic Facilitator
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Online, Interactive Curriculum
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Meaningful Industry Connections
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Hands-on Learning in a Recording Studio (Not a College Classroom)
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A Recipe forSuccess!

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