Audio and Music Production School in Fredericton, New Brunswick
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 capital of New Brunswick, Fredericton is bisected by the St. John River and is known as a cultural and artistic hub for the Canadian province. Its residents have one of the highest per capita incomes and the highest percentage of post-secondary education. Such affluence has helped shape Fredericton’s entertainment landscape.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery has featured works from Salvador Dali, James Tissot, and Thomas Gainsborough as well as a rotation of local and national artists. It makes sense, then, that the only Canadian college to focus solely on fine crafts and applied design is located in Fredericton: The New Brunswick College of Draft and Design.
But the city of Fredericton is hardly devoid of musical outlets. One of the main attractions in the city is The Playhouse, a performing arts venue. In addition to holding plays and musicals, the facility also hosts international acts as well as Canadian mainstays, such as The Stampeders and Colin James.
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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.
Fredericton also has a growing reputation as a hotspot for indie rock and is home to the indie record label Forward Music Group. Fredericton is also the site of the New Brunswick Country Music Hall of Fame. Besides hosting the annual Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival and the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival, Fredericton regularly sees touring and local bands performing in its venues and clubs, which are mainly concentrated near Queen Street downtown.
Many touring acts make stops at the Capital Complex, Fredericton’s busiest and largest music venue. Notable musicians with ties to this area include country singers Joan Kennedy and Anne Murray.