I really was interested in making a career out of my love for music, so I decided to research and look around at audio engineering schools. I looked at the obvious ones, LARS, SAE, Full Sail, but none of them grabbed my attention (I dropped out after 2 years at a University because I felt that I was not getting the education I needed). I did not want the same experience, so I stumbled upon Recording Connection on the internet, and looked further into it.\r
Everything about the school sounded perfect for me, and I talked to my parents about it, and so I quit work, and decided to dedicate my time at the studio.\r
Learning the basics of sound was the most crucial part for me. Since I never learned anything about recording music, it was very critical for me to learn, and everything just started to click after that. My relationship with my mentor is great. My mentor is an awesome mentor, and has helped me every step of the way. Once I got near to the end of my course, my mentor actually ended up offering me to continue as a full-time intern at the studio now that I was a certified audio engineer through the Recording Connection. It's been a great experience, and it's fantastic to be able to learn right there in the studio, instead of in a classroom with a bunch of other students. Moreover, once I was completed with the program, my mentor has also continued to assist me on projects, and I eventually as I continue to progress I am finding myself now running my very own recording sessions. \r
Recording Connection has been such an impact, and I'm so grateful that I found this program. I now have started my own production company, SONG Productions, and I am now going back to get my Associates degree in Business Administration to further my knowledge and success.