Audio and Music Production School in Bowling Green, Kentucky
We took that old stale classroom concept, rebuilt and upgraded it by putting your classroom in a professional recording studio. Then we emptied out all the other students and left only YOU and YOUR TEACHER (yay for one-on-one learning!) who happens to be a pro music producer (with killer credits) to train you privately (at your pace, full time, part time, nights or weekends available).
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The Bowling Green, KY Recording Connection
Congratulations–you’ve just found the Bowling Green recording school alternative to classrooms and conventional schools and college audio education. We’re the RECORDING CONNECTION, the only recording school alternative that hooks you up as an audio student extern inside an actual Bowling Green recording studio, working alongside the pros while you learn your choice of mixing, audio engineering, music production, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (video game music, acid house, dub fusion, electronica and more), post production audio and electronic DJ. In Bowling Green, Kentucky, you can get started in the recording industry when you extern inside of a Bowling Green recording studio. RECORDING CONNECTION gets you where you need to be to make it happen.
You don’t have to go into extreme debt to go to Music Production and Audio Engineering School
We can train you in a real recording studio for far less. Play it smart–get on the inside track, and get connected as you get educated. Our audio recording school is a highly effective and affordable way to start your audio engineering career.
Bowling Green, Kentucky is a town of about 56,000 people in the south-central part of the state. Despite its relatively small size, Bowling Green is home to an active music scene, with bands and artists performing regularly in a variety of genres.
Several notable musicians and bands have ties to the Bowling Green area, not the least of which are multi-instrumentalist/music producer Ben Keith, “newgrass” mandolin player Sam Bush, rap group Nappy Roots, and popular indie-rock band Cage the Elephant.