Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Audio Engineering Apprenticeships In Mexico!!


As you probably know by now, we have opened a state of the art, recording studio on the Pacific Coast of Mexico,  about 45 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta.  Many agree that it's one of the most beautiful places in all of Mexico, and the town, of roughly 1,600 locals, couldn't be sweeter.  As a result,  the area has been attracting well known people from the music and art world, including some pretty heavy hitters in the recording industry.

The biggest complaint that we've heard from the multitude of students who have attended audio education programs, and who have approached us for internships,  is that "they didn't get enough hands on time" to actually be able to run a session, after graduating.  In many cases they may have spent tens of thousands of dollars to discover this, which we feel is tragic and unnecessary.

This winter I will be opening up my studio in Mexico to individual students that might be looking for an alternative to the big audio schools.  This would be one to one study with someone that has over 35 years experience, and a resume' that includes most facets of the audio business. (see "About Us" on our homepage)  Whether it be studio engineering, remote recording, or live sound, we feel that we can prepare you for the real world through expert guidance, and personal attention.  In fact, we feel that we can do it better than many of the large, less personal audio schools, and we can tailor it to your budget and goals.

What's more, we are offering these studies in one of the most lovely settings you can imagine.  Don't get us wrong,  during your stay in paradise, you will be worked hard, and you will be running sessions of your own in a reasonably short period of time.  During your time off, you can enjoy the near perfect weather and soulfulness of Mexico.  Mexico has recently received a great deal of bad press due to the drug war activity, mostly in the northern parts of the country, but I think that you will agree shortly upon arrival, that it feels welcoming and safe!

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