I've finished the first chapter of the Basic Audio Engineering ebook. It was full of interesting and useful information, but to be honest I knew a good bit about that stuff already; not just from physics classes in high school, but I also learned about ADSR envelopes when learning to program synthesizers, and that complex waveforms are made of multiple simple waveforms-I mean, how could they not be? It just seems like common sense to me... Read More >>
International Audio Engineers and Music Producers
This is the official Recording Connection Student and Graduate Website where tomorrow's best audio engineers and music producers may be found.
Each of these professional audio engineers and/or music producers are attending or have graduated the Recording Connection Audio Institute where they have learned their craft under the mentoring of world famous, professional audio engineers or music producers.
We invite you to visit their websites if you are in the need of a professional audio engineer or music producer, or if you want to discover first-hand the benefits of attending the Recording Connection Audio Institute in Los Angeles, or the city where you live. You should also check out their websites if you are interested in fresh, new music talent.
For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Recording Connection Students
OK...........CHAPTERS 3&4 ARE NOW BEHIND ME .PAST THEM BOTH 2-23-17, BUT I KNOW THERE IS STILL LOT'S OF WORK AHEAD... Read More >>
Still going strong. I had a chance to mess around with protools and mix a track (bass & percussion section)... Read More >>
My mentor is Max Dearing of Dark Pines Studio in Graham, NC. This first week up at the studio has been an incredible experience... Read More >>
Feb. 23rd 2017 I had my first hip hop session with my mentor and a few artists. It was very different from the previous sessions I have experienced... Read More >>