A Graduate Reviews The Recording Connection
If you like working hands-on in a studio with a mentor one-on-one with clients on a regular basis, at least two to three, maybe more times a week, getting credits under your belt right away, learning anything about audio that you can, then the Recording Connection is definitely the program for you.
It’s at a third of the cost, tuition-wise, of most audio recording schools, and you’re not in a classroom with 30 other kids fighting for board time. It’s you one-on-one with the client and with your mentor, learning. It’s very fast-paced.
It’s exciting. You’re working in a studio for your time there. If you’re lucky and you do good enough, you end up maintaining a professional client for the rest of your life, and possibly future work with them, with other engineers, and you have an education to back it up. So, when people ask what you do and you say, “I’m an audio engineer,” they don’t just kind of scoff and laugh at you and say, “Oh, well what, some rinky-dink, bush-league recordings out of your bedroom?” Well, no. You’ve got a certificate in audio engineering and you’re doing things and you’re working with bands, and you have credits under your belt, and that’s a very cool thing to be able to say.