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Careers in Music Producing Start Here
Working with amazing talent in the studio on a daily basis, making Platinum-selling albums, producing Grammy-winning recordings—these are the dreams of most aspiring Music Producers. If this is your dream, it’s an awesome dream to have—but if you’re serious about it, you have some huge challenges in front of you. The music industry is extremely competitive, and the job of Music Producer is one of the most coveted careers in the world—and not everyone has the chops to make it big.
How will you rise above the competition to get your big break? In order to make it, you’re going to need to get on the inside track—you need to get inside a real recording studio and make vital industry connections. Recording Connection Audio Institute is the only music producing school on the planet that can offer you that kind of learning environment. If you’ve got the passion and work ethic to become a Music Producer, we can help you with the rest.
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Make no mistake, the job of music producer can be very intense and high pressure—but if you make a success of it, there are few better ways to satisfy the creative yearning of your soul, all while making some serious money.
Hundreds of thousands of aspiring music producers just like you are applying at audio schools the world over—but the fact is, this is the year 2011, not 1975. There simply are not enough music producing jobs available for all the people who desire them.
That said, there are a handful of new music producers who actually emerge and make successful careers for themselves in the music business. However, these “lucky ones” aren’t really “lucky.” They get to be successful because they are the ones who have the combination of both proper education and vital industry connections. Having one without the other is not sufficient.
Why is it so important to have these industry connections? Let’s consider: If you were a record label executive searching for someone to produce a hot new band freshly signed to your label, would you be more apt to hire an unknown person fresh out of audio trade school, or would you hire a promising young professional with references—someone whom your colleagues told you had the talent, creativity and work ethic to make things happen? In other words—someone with industry connections and a track record for success?
Here’s the dirty little secret you won’t hear from the other audio schools: The only way to make it in the music business as a music producer is by starting in a professional recording studio and working your way up. You can’t get that from a college classroom, and that is why Recording Connection Audio Institute puts you into a real studio, from day one.
However, it isn’t just who you know; it’s also what you know. It won’t do just to have connections—you also need a proper working knowledge of the recording studio. That is why, as a Recording Connection Audio Institute student of music production, you will receive personal, one-on-one instruction from a working audio professional as you go to the studio between 2-7 times a week. Using our structured course curriculum, you will cover all of the following topics:
- Artist relations
- Audio engineer relations
- Studio relations
- Record label relations
- Client relations
- Composition and arranging
- Audio processing
- Pro Tools 8
- Reason, Logic, or Ableton Live
- The ins and outs of signal flow and patch bays
- Available audio plugins and how they work
- Digital audio
- Surround mixing
- How analogue consoles work
- In-depth study of analogue consoles
- Signal processing and compressors
- Correct microphone placement
- How microphones are designed and used
- How to perform a professional mix-down
- How various studios are designed and how their monitors work
- Electronic music and beat matching
- Sync and automation
- Recording and mixing ins and outs
Again—to be successful as a music producer, you must have both the quality education and industry connections, not one to exclusion of the other. The Recording Connection Audio Institute offers you the best of both.