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Why Mentors Make Better Instructors
There are many traditional recording schools out there claiming that their students are learning from working professionals. The question is, are these instructors actually “working” in the recording industry, or are they working as professors/teachers? Make no mistake—we hold teachers in high regard, and we applaud them for their commitment to education. However, the claims of these recording schools can’t help but raise the question: If these teachers are truly successful audio industry professionals, why do they have the time to teach 20 or more students in a college classroom, as opposed to working in their own recording studios? Obviously, there could be several legitimate answers to that question; the best way to find out is to research audio engineering schools and find out the answers for yourself.
That being said, those questions are absolutely irrelevant with Recording Connection Audio Institute—because in our program, your instructor is ALWAYS an actual working audio professional, and your classroom is a real recording studio. While classroom instructors can sometimes be indifferent or impersonal, your mentor/instructor will take a personal interest in you, because that mentor has interviewed you personally and has agreed to accept you as an apprentice in his/her own recording studio. Besides going through your course curriculum with your mentor, you’ll also work on real life projects and tasks that are part of the day-to-day happenings in a recording studio.
In reality, no matter how good the intentions, traditional audio schools and college classrooms simply cannot duplicate the dynamics of an actual recording studio. It makes sense, if you think about it: How could it be possible to get a real-world education while stuck in a classroom? Can a college campus environment put you in direct contact with nearly as many real-world industry connections as a real recording studio could? You might meet a professional or two at a “career day” at the college, but what are the odds that those professionals would remember your name and face among so many other students? Do you think you could actually get hired from that limited contact? Wouldn’t it greatly increase your chances of getting hired if you were actually working with those professionals on a daily basis by apprenticing in a real recording studio?
The answers should be obvious.
At Recording Connection Audio Institute, we take the smart approach by training you in an actual recording studio, placing you as an apprentice under a working professional for one-on-one instruction. Our program is the most effective and affordable alternative available anywhere on the globe. But you don’t have to take us at our word. We’re so confident that our recording program is the best audio program on the market, we challenge you to leave this site and research our competitors. Find out for yourself whether we’re telling you the truth.
If you take us up on the challenge, we suggest that you bookmark our site—because we’re certain that when you’ve finished your research, you’re going to want to find us again.