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“There is a true balancing act that is required of every student that walks through their designated studio doors. It is very important to remain courteous, since we would not want to intrude on any sessions or live rehearsals; yet, we do not want to be so distant and unassuming that it is harmful to the learning process. So there is no ‘walking on eggshells’, but having the common sense to know when is a good time for creative input, is a useful lesson. I feel like the mutual respect between studio clients and the staff is great thus far. My mentor has made it very clear that studio life does have its own share of chaos, most of which arises from outside affairs or artist-to-artist personality clashes, and learning to handle them can ONLY happen outside of a classroom. See, this is nice to hear, and assures the real educational difference between technical schools and the Recording Connection.”Robert Avila, Chicago, Illinois