Its been very interesting so far. Working with Lynn Allred has been a great experience. Ive met a lot of interesting, talented musicians... Read More >>
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
For many years, Kansas City, MO has been making its mark on American music. As early as the 1930s, Kansas City developed its own signature jazz sound, a bluesy, swinging alternative to the big band sound. This sound quickly came be known as 'Kansas City jazz,' spearheaded by such jazz legends as Count Basie, Bennie Moten, Charlie Parker and others.
Today, Kansas City continues its rich musical tradition with an active an influential music scene spanning multiple genres, spawning such notable musical artists as Janelle Monae, Melissa Etheridge, David Cook, Oleta Adams and Chely Wright, to name a few.
On this page, you'll find a number of individuals who are professional audio engineers and music producers--top-shelf professionals who received their training at the Recording Connection Audio Institute of Kansas City. Each of these people learned their skills in real Kansas City recording studios through one-on-one mentoring with some of the best audio professionals in the business. Be sure to check out their websites to learn more about the benefits of attending Recording Connection, or if you are in need of professional recording and engineering services. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Kansas City Recording Connection Students
As a casual musician, i was familiar with a few things. Just the first chapter opened my eyes to soo much. From how things work, to the different terminology and technical aspects of music... Read More >>
Just Finished up chapter eight yesterday on the intro to pro tools and I have to say some of the tech stuff came in handy even before I got pro tools... Read More >>
This last Chapter was a "you should have already be aware of this" but it went into much greater detail and was one of the most informative chapters by far... Read More >>
This chapter over mic placement was very good food for thought. Even though they recommand certain mics for recording certain instruments and vocals I think it is wise to keep those as "safe points" and not be afraid to venture past that, each ear is different and each mic can perform better at different dbs... Read More >>