We all have a daily routine that allows us to be able to give diversity a chance. Now i know what you're thinking, this is another speech about equality and giving anyone a shot, no... Read More >>
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH AUDIO ENGINEERS AND MUSIC PRODUCERS
While Salt Lake City itself is home to less than 200,000 people, it anchors a metro area of over 1 million people, with an even larger outlying metropolitan area up and down the Wasatch Front. As such, Salt Lake City hosts a sprawling music scene with a diversity of genres represented, including rock, blues, hip-hop, punk, indie and metal. David Archuleta, SheDaisy, The Used, Meg and Dia, Stevie Nicks and Bobby McFerrin all have connections to this area.
Featured on this page are a number of high-caliber audio engineers and/or music producers, all of whom learned the ropes inside world-class Salt Lake City recording studios as students of the Recording Connection Audio Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah. All of the people you see here were personally trained by some of the best producers and engineers in the business, and are uniquely qualified to handle your professional audio needs. Be sure to check out their individual websites for more information on the services they offer, or to learn more about the benefits of an education at the Recording Connection. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.
Latest Blog Entries from Salt Lake City Recording Connection Students
One thing that always struck me as odd especially when it comes to being around people or just being social in general is that, people really don't like it when you contradict yourself... Read More >>
I was very little when i was facinated by music, i would say around 5 or 6 years of age. What made me realized i liked it so much was that i didn't care who saw me dancing or singing along to all the songs my parents had... Read More >>
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Finding your place in the music industry is tough because you can fit in so many different places. Whether you're an artist, producer, manager, engineer, writer, etc... Read More >>