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Los Angeles Audio Engineering School and Careers in the Music Business


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I think one of the important things to do is to get involved with the local music scene where you are and attend some open mics or work with the people that run the open mics. Usually it’s a hard job to run an open mic and you never know what you’re going to get.

So you can go in and be helpful to them. Usually you can make some really good contacts and keep an eye out for people that you like or artists that you might want to work with. That’s a great thing, a great spot to check out. Also if there’s any sort of outreach foundations for music to get involved with, that’s also a great option to just get involved in the local community and help make music.

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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