Chapter 9 was another great chapter. I like the way everything was kept kinda short and sweet without going into an overwhelming amount of detail... Read More >>
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
For many years, Chicago has been a historic player in American music, putting its own spin on the genres of blues, jazz, soul, folk, rock and other styles. While the Chicago blues scene has produced such legends as Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, Chicago-style jazz (derived from Dixieland) produced Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Nat King Cole and others. Other prominent acts connected with the Chicago scene include Styx, Patti Smith, Liz Phair, Plain White T's, and of course, the rock band Chicago.
The individuals you'll find here on this page are high-caliber, professional audio engineers and/or music producers who got their education at Recording Connection Audio Institute in Chicago, where they learned their skills by mentoring under some of Chicago's finest professional audio engineers and music producers.
The websites of these professionals will give you more information about their individual credits, introduce you to some great local musical talent, and of course, show you more of the benefits of attending Recording Connection Audio Institute in Chicago, IL. Also, be sure to check out these websites if you're looking for a top-shelf audio engineer/music producer in the Chicagoland area. For more information about Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Chicago Recording Connection Students
Wow Another interesting chapter. The common theme through all of the chapters is practice practice practice. When perfecting your craft you can never go wrong with more practice even if you know what you're doing... Read More >>
Just finished chapter 7. That's interesting how much attention to detail there is when setting up a session with bands... Read More >>
It ended up being a goofy little song , but I thought it was a decent graduation gift to give her a seemingly professional sounding track with her voice on it to show her friends... Read More >>
Yet another interesting chapter. Learning even more about mic placement is very informative. This chapter mainly focuses on dynamic, condenser, and ribbon mic placement for different types of instruments but there is really no right or wrong... Read More >>