I really loved the way the videos and the lessons in the book we not just reading a book and trying to just learn from reading it out of a book and trying to understand it in the studio... Read More >>
DALLAS, TEXAS AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
Dallas, Texas anchors the sprawling Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States with a combined population exceeding 6 million people. While Ft. Worth has been influential in the country music scene, Dallas has historically been a hotspot for jazz and blues, primarily centered in the historic Deep Ellum district. Today, Deep Ellum continues to be a renowned arts/entertainment area, a hub for indie and underground music. A number of high-profile musical acts have ties to the Dallas area, as well, and include Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato, Sly Stone, Leanne Rimes, Jessica Simpson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and others.
Here on this page, you'll find a number of professional music producers and/or audio engineers who got a state-of-the-art education from Recording Connection Audio Institute in Dallas, TX. These individuals were all trained one-on-one in world-class recording studios in Dallas, under the personal mentoring of some of the best audio engineers and music producers in Dallas. To discover more of the benefits of attending Recording Connection Audio Institute, or if you simply require the services of a top-shelf music producer or audio engineer, be sure to check out their individual websites.
Latest Blog Entries from Dallas Recording Connection Students
First transverse current condenser microphone invented by Georg Neumann. Carbon microphone uses loosely packed carbon granules to reproduce sound... Read More >>
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The period of time from the early 90s to early 2000s where we saw less and less dynamic range in our music and more and more relative loudness was referred to as the: Loudness Wars _ adds a low level noise to your audio signal to make quantization errors less noticeable... Read More >>