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Be the Boss of Your Music – Record it Your Way

Playing an instrument is one thing, but engineering, recording and producing amazing sound on tape is another! You are highly unlikely to get the results you want by simply putting a microphone up to an amp and hitting “record”. Taking music recording classes will equip you with useful tools for all types of media including: computers (Pro Tools, Garage Band, Cakewalk, Logic Pro, Nuendo), digital multi-track workstations, and analog tape.

Finding and recording that “perfect sound” takes a lot of experience and knowledge of how sound works. Our audio engineering instructors have years of experience in recording sound for television and music. Your teacher will provide you with micing tricks, recording techniques and skills needed to get your music sounding superior! Sign up for music recording classes today!

Here are some advantages to taking private in-home singing lessons:

  • Fully customized lessons – no “one size fits all” lessons
  • No traffic and no scheduling hassles – take lessons in your best learning environment
  • Learn to record from a professional audio engineer instructor

Why take lessons?

When you first start learning how to play an instrument, holding a note for a couple of beats or hitting a high pitch feels like an amazing achievement. As you practice and become a more experienced musician, making music enjoyable, not only to your ear but to others’ as well, is a very rewarding experience. Taking music lessons from an experienced instructor who knows how to assess individual skill levels and tailor your lessons to your particular ambitions will help you meet your goals much faster.

Here are some other ways you can benefit from learning an instrument:

  • Studies show that learning an instrument increases self-confidence, memory, and has proven to relieve stress.
  • Music lessons have been found to improve how the brain processes the spoken word. This finding could lead to improving the reading ability of children who have dyslexia and other reading problems.
  • A study by E. Glenn Schellenberg at the University of Toronto at Mississauga, as published in a 2004 issue of Psychological Science, found an increase in the IQs of six-year olds who were given weekly piano and voice lessons.
  • Studies have shown that students who play instruments are often better in math and achieve higher grades in school than students who don’t. Source: Friedman, B. (1959) An evaluation of the achievement in reading and arithmetic of pupils in elementary schools instrumental classes. Dissertation Abstracts International, 20, pp.s 3662-3663.