Hello Everyone, I'm new to the forums so first let me say hello . I am a sophmore in high school and have been looking for things to do for my life since 8th grade. And so far music producer/engineer sounds like the best career for me. I have been playing and listening to music since I was very young, I picked up violin in kindergarten, then learned trumpet in 4th grade, and then drums/ percussion in 5th grade to now. But, since the beginning I have always been interested in how the recording process was done and the mixing of different tracks. Recently, I had the opportunity to record drums with my drum teacher for the first time and I loved it. However, I would like to learn more and I discovered the Full Sail school. There's a one year course for recording and supposedly it has great reviews from many people in the music business. Questions: -Has anyone here attended the Full Sail school and what are the courses like? -I hear that the music industry is very shaky and you can either make it really big as an engineer/producer or you can be very broke and be making minimum wage. If I attended a school like Full Sail would they help with career placement and put me in a job that would keep me financially sound with an average income? Thanks for your time .