What do Vince Guaraldi, Johnny Mathis, Huey Lewis, Courtney Love, Journey, Metallica, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead, Carlos Santana and Dead Kennedys all have in common? They all have had ties to the diverse and influential music scene of San Francisco, California.

For many years, San Francisco has been making its mark upon popular music, from the 'Summer of Love' in Haight-Asbury in the 1960's, to the emergence of psychedelic rock, to the more recent evolution of West Coast house music in the local dance clubs. San Francisco continues to be a hotbed for music activity today, with a diversity of genres represented.

The individuals featured on this page are all professional audio engineers and music producers who got their education in world-class San Francisco recording studios as students of the Recording Connection Audio Institute. All of them received personal mentoring and one-on-one training by some of the most pre-eminent music industry professionals in San Francisco, CA. Feel free to look over the individual websites of these music producers and engineers if you need professional audio recording services, or if you'd like to learn more about the benefits of becoming a Recording Connection student yourself. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.

Latest Blog Entries from San Francisco Recording Connection Students

Anthony Williams

My mentor and his studio Posted by Anthony Williams on 2018-01-19

My mentors name is Jessie and he is very knowledgeable he gives a lot of nuggets and wisdom I could use in this profession the guy is a true engineer he show me how to comb trough songs the get the best sound out of a mix, because it needs to be perfect... Read More >>

Tavior Mowry

MasteringPosted by Tavior Mowry on 2017-05-22

I had heard about mastering before but I was not particularly clear on what the whole process entailed. Although this chapter barely scraped the surface on what mastering is, I was able to gain some valuable tips about amplitude and how to make signals louder... Read More >>