You don’t have to go into extreme debt to go to Music Production and Audio Engineering School
CLOSE TO HOME OR IN YOUR HOME
10 Miles, 10 Blocks, or 10 Seconds away from your future
Certainly, there are aspects of the TORONTO AUDIO ENGINEERING AND MUSIC PRODUCTION Program that might make you think of traditional schools. This includes the eBook full of valuable instruction and information, tests, and work you do on your own time. Remember – this isn’t playtime.
Our mentors are industry professionals working in PROFESSIONAL TORONTO RECORDING STUDIOS. You’ll learn how to work with the artists, sit in on sessions, and maybe even take control of your own session. But this won’t happen if you play on your phone the whole time.
You have to want it. We’ll give you a solid base, but what you build on top of that is up to you. When the program is over, and another producer asks your mentor for some new blood, are they going to say your name? When your mentor thinks of you, what will they remember?
As we said before, Toronto has a lot to offer its citizens, including a variety of places to learn audio engineering and music production. But when everyday norms are disrupted by a worldwide pandemic, how many will be able to stay open? How many will be able to continue to give you an education?
That hasn’t been an issue for Recording Connection. Over the past three decades, we’ve been building our mentor base to allow students from all over Canada and the U.S. to learn the music business from the inside of the industry. But we also designed our programs to be taken from inside your home.
For years, we’ve been offering externs the choice of remote learning. If you have a fast enough computer and internet access, you can work with any of our mentors. Whether it’s a Toronto music producer you really admire, a Memphis audio engineer with bluesy roots, or a hard-rocking audio engineer in L.A., you can train with any of them, all from the safety and comfort of your home.