Besides being Indiana's state capital and largest city--and besides being known for hosting the world-famous Indy 500--Indianapolis, Indiana is also a hub of culture and music for the state, with bands and artists from a variety of genres playing in venues large and small throughout the city. Over the years, Indianapolis has spawned a diverse range of notable talent, including folk-rocker John Hiatt, blues legend Scrapper Blackwell, indie-rock band Margot and the Nuclear So and So's, and R&B producer Babyface, to name a few. Indianapolis also has been a hotspot for jazz, and hosts the Indy Jazz Fest every year.

This page features a number of professional audio engineers and/or music producers, all of whom have received top-shelf, in-studio training in real Indianapolis recording studios as students of the Recording Connection Audio Institute. These talented professionals were mentored one-on-one by some of the best music industry professionals in the business, and each of them is highly qualified to handle any professional audio needs you might have. We urge you to consult their professional websites for more information about the services they offer, as well as to learn more about the benefits of attending the Recording Connection.

If you'd like more information about Recording Connection Audio Institute, please click here.

Latest Blog Entries from Indianapolis Recording Connection Students

Hunter Wright

Chapter 17 AutomationPosted by Hunter Wright on 2017-10-04

gave us the NECAM – the first console to have moving fader automation.  Your Answer: Rupert Neve _________ mode in Pro Tools is an automation mode that means nothing is written, but any previous passes will be played in real time... Read More >>

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Chapter 13Posted by Hunter Wright on 2017-09-06

Resistor= works to hinder the flow of electricity. An EQ is usually a combo of filter circuits! After more than 100 years of study, the discharge of a CAPACITOR was found to be oscillatory... Read More >>

Hunter Wright

Chapter 15Posted by Hunter Wright on 2017-09-06

DELAY when applied to an audio signal stores the audio sigal and plays back at a given time interval! Feedback is achieved by feeding the delayed signal back into the input of the delay device... Read More >>