Christian Cummings, Audio Engineer for U2 and other music industry legends, is a Recording Connection mentor.
This is Christian’s recording studio. With the Recording Connection, it could also be your classroom.
More about Christian Cummings – Audio Engineer and Mentor for the Recording Connection
Recording engineer Christian Cummings has a client list that would make most industry pros drool. It includes names like Blink-182, T-Pain, Florence + The Machine, The Used, P.O.D., and the biggest rock band on the planet, U2. Working out of Signature Sound in San Diego, California, Mr. Cummings has built a reputation as one of the most sought-after engineers in the industry. As it happens, Mr. Cummings is also one of the Recording Connection’s most coveted mentors.
The Recording Connection takes young, up and coming, audio engineers and producers and pairs them with established industry veterans. We help you learn the ins and outs of the industry while simultaneously helping you gain experience and connections. The Recording Connection is the future of organized education.
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How to Break Into the Music Business:
Learn from a Professional like Christian Cummings as his apprentice in his studio, where you will have a shot to prove yourself.
Avoid over-priced trade schools that train you in a classroom or labs.
Become a Recording Connection Apprentice and learn one on one from the very person who is making the music you listen to and admire.
A COLLEGE INSTRUCTOR AT SOME COLLEGE NO ONE IN THE BUSINESS CARES ABOUT?
Christian Cummings, one of the Recording Connection Audio Engineering School’s most acclaimed mentors.
As a Recording Connection apprentice, you are placed in a real recording studio for one-on-one mentoring by top-shelf industry professionals like Christian Cummings. Imagine working in the studio with some of your favorite bands and making powerful industry connections that could deeply affect your future in the music business. For some, this is pure fantasy, but for Recording Connection students, it is an everyday occurrence.