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Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by jonas, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. jonas

    jonas Guest

    Hi!

    I'm thinking of moving to california to study, and wondered if any one could point me to a good collage with good engineering/producing courses.
    I now study musictechnology here in Norway and have lots of engineering experience.... but not enough :)

    any one?
     
  2. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    This months issue of Mix magazine has a full feature on recording schools..
     
  3. Marching Ant

    Marching Ant Member

    OIART

    This is where I went. I graduated two years ago. The course is 11 months long and will prepare you for a career in the Recording industry. They have a fantastic program, great instructors, a great atmosphere and a stellar reputation. I have hade the chance to talk with people who went to other schools, and I can honnestly say that I have not found a single person that has recieved the type of education that I recieved.

    I was hired to work in a very sucessfull post-production studio 3 months before I even graduated. This was also the case for 25 of the 60 people that graduated. After one year out of school, 100% of my class is employed somewhere in the recording industry.

    As for me, I have been promoted above people that have worked there for 5 years, because of the knowledge that I have. I went from being a foley artist to the foley engineer in 3 months, and from there, I was promoted to supervising effects editor, and now I am also an assistant mixer.

    I have also started my own recording studio on the side, so I could do the music thing too.

    I know it's not in california, but this school is definately worth checking out, and they always have students from all over the world, so you won't be the only one.
     
  4. Mr Yankoff

    Mr Yankoff Guest

    What does anyone know about the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences in Tempe, AZ? I'm considering going there, but I might end up choosing the cheaper "internship and self teaching" route. Your thoughts?
     

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