What a journey. My school work had stalled between my last blog entry and now, but for good reason. Halfway through my internship at Nitrosonic, I was officially hired as a Studio Manager and Engineer... Read More >>
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
Located in northern Kentucky about 85 miles south of Cincinnati, Ohio, the city of Lexington is home to a metro population of nearly half a million people. Although perhaps better known for its horse breeding than its significance to the music industry, Lexington nevertheless has an active and busy music scene. Understandably, country and bluegrass are dominant genres here; Lexington hosts the oldest annual bluegrass music festival in the state, and country stars Vince Gill, Naomi Judd and Troy Gentry (of Montgomery Gentry) all have roots in the area.
The individuals found on this page are professional audio engineers and/or music producers who received state-of-the-art training at the Recording Connection Audio Institute in Lexington, KY. Each of them learned the ins and outs of the music business by mentoring under world-class audio engineers and music producers in Lexington recording studios.
We encourage you to visit the professional websites of these producers and engineers if you are in need of their services, or if you just want to know more about the benefits of attending the Recording Connection in Lexington. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Lexington Recording Connection Students
We're almost finished with this, and I'm very humbled to have been able to study all of this and make this step in my life for something I want to do for the rest of my life! I should also say, I'm thankful to have a wonderful mentor who has allowed me to "master" these concepts... Read More >>
Looking back on this test, it's a little funny that I got a C. This chapter is basically the reasoning behind soundproofing a room... Read More >>
Automation, the fader thingy, right? In correlation with MIDI, I like simplistic, analogue, and live by the KISS rule and plug-and-chug idea... Read More >>
Let me first start by saying I'm in the mindset that I'd rather record the actual instrument over MIDI, and my reasoning behind this thought is due to my ability to play many, many instruments and I have the rare accessibility to the actual instruments... Read More >>