Although it’s one of the smallest provinces in Canada, Nova Scotia still has a relatively large presence when it comes to tourism and entertainment. They have the fourth-largest film industry in the country and play host to several music festivals throughout the year. So while it may not have the population of other Canadian provinces, Nova Scotia still has opportunities for aspiring audio engineers and music producers.
But how many audio engineering or music production schools in Nova Scotia give you the opportunity to learn in a professional studio, work with artists, and build a professional portfolio? With the Nova Scotia Recording Connection, you’ll learn one-on-one with a mentor in their studio, seeing how the music of today is made.
From working the gear to setting up the studio to organizing your workspace, your Nova Scotia Recording Connection mentor will teach you in a completely immersive environment. That means you’ll be there when they work with artists in the studio, seeing how they interact with clients, and meet other industry professionals.
That’s what makes Recording Connection music courses in Nova Scotia so valuable–we offer so much more than simply teaching music theory or how to produce beats. In this industry, who you know is just as valuable as what you know. During your time with us, you’ll have the opportunities to dazzle potential managers, co-workers, and clients and get your career off the ground.
Our most successful students have found work in the studios they externed in, went on to work at other studios based on good word of mouth, or even started their own recording studios. A Recording Connection student was once hired in the middle of their course to tour with an artist that was impressed with the work being done. That just doesn’t happen in a classroom setting.
You won’t have to move away to attend university, secure student loans you’ll be paying off for years, and lose several years in a classroom when you could be gaining experience in the real world. The Recording Connection in Nova Scotia is designed to give you a solid foundation in audio engineering and music production in less time and for less money.
But it’s up to you to make the most of the experience. There are careers in the music industry–do you have the drive, determination, and dedication to grab one for yourself?