Steven WellingtonSalt Lake City Recording Connection

I'm currently on my way to becoming a sound engineer. I'm an Electronic Dance Music producer, who wanted to make a carreer out of what I did and what I like (editing music) so I could think of no better path than that of becoming a Sound Engineer. To assist others who love music as much as I do to make a piece of art sounds spectacular.

I was originally going to school for film production. I enjoyed editing film, I took home 85% of the of the awards at my high school's film ceremony and I was awarded four scholorships, two of which were held by Skillsusa's Video Product Development competition. (Skillsusa is big organization that more than 300,000 students compete in annually for various trade skills) I took first in state, two years in a row and third in the nation for one.

Although I love film, in March 2010, I went to my first rave and I continued to rave. I developed a strong love for the music played at raves. I made new friends that showed me music that I hadn't heard of before. (various types of electronic and indie) Then on January 15, 2011, I woke up and took a shower. In the shower, I thought of the elightening expereince I had the night before, listening to great music with great friends, driving a little too fast through the avenues, and I thought this is what I want to do. I want to make music.

After the semester, I left to pursue music. I figured I should do what I love the most and not settle for second best which was now film. A friend of mine shared the love for music I did and introduced me to the idea of becoming a sound engineer. I did my homework and decided the Recording Connection was the best option for me. I now spend my time doing what I love, learning sound engineering and making music which makes up about 80% of my day.

I love EDM. (Dubstep, Trance, House) And I love everything else too. (Indie, Screamo, Alternative, New Age, Classical and Rock especially)

I look forward to the years ahead, to the people I meet and the that will be made.

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