While Providence is perhaps better known as the state capital of Rhode Island than as a music hub, the fact is that Providence has a very diverse music scene that has produced noteworthy artists from a wide range of genres. Film composer Bill Conti, singer/actor Nelson Eddy, songwriter George M. Cohan ('I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy'), slam poet Sage Francis, hip-hop producer Joe Beats--all of them have their roots in Providence. The town continues to be known today for its underground music scene.

Here on this page you'll find a featured group of professional audio engineers and music producers who have been taught and mentored by some of the finest names in the industry as students of the Recording Connection Audio Institute in Providence. Each of them has a proven record of success in Providence recording studios, and is highly qualified to produce and/or engineer your next project. Please look over their professional websites if you have need of their audio services, or if you'd like to learn more about the benefits of attending the Recording Connection yourself. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.

Latest Blog Entries from Providence Recording Connection Students

Zachary Rice

#1Posted by Zachary Rice on 2015-01-14

This week, following my evaluation on Chapter 1 of the RRF textbook, Tony and I discussed the chapter, as well as going over the physics of sound a bit further... Read More >>

Bryon Harris

Sine Wave Project!Posted by Bryon Harris on 2014-11-17

This week I got to learn all about plugins. Most of the plugins I will be working with on Pro Tools 11 going to be in the AAX format, because Pro Tools 11 no longer supports RTAS, or TDM formats... Read More >>

Bryon Harris

Getting a Hang of Pro ToolsPosted by Bryon Harris on 2014-11-01

So this week I have dedicated a lot of my time to playing around with protools and trying to get the hang of it. Its such an awesome DAW with so much to offer!! I try to make sure I am using the keyboard as much as possible, using key commands rather then clicking a bunch with the mouse... Read More >>