Audio and Music Production School in Wheeling, West Virginia
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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Your WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA MUSIC RECORDING SCHOOL
Looking for a great audio engineering education in Wheeling, West Virginia? Look no further than the RECORDING CONNECTION, the only school that gets you inside an actual Wheeling recording studio, working as an audio student extern while you learn music production, audio engineering, mixing, live audio, electronic music-and its many sub-genres (trance, trip hop, house music, acid house and more), club DJ and post production audio. In Wheeling, there’s no better way to get started in the recording industry than by externing in a Wheeling recording studio–and no better school than the RECORDING CONNECTION to get your foot in the door.
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.
Wheeling, West Virginia is a town of just under 30,000 people, located in the northern part of West Virginia between Ohio and Pennsylvania. Despite its small size, Wheeling has been significant to music in general (and country music in particular) mainly because of two historic venues. The 2500-seat Capitol Theatre, which is still the largest music theatre of its kind in the state, has featured shows by country legends such as Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard, and today hosts touring shows of all varieties. The smaller Victoria Theater, seating 700 people, once hosted the second longest running country radio program in the country, surpassed only by the Grand Ole Opry.