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Frank Sinatra. Dean Martin. Wayne Newton. Debbie Reynolds. Elvis. Cher. Liberace. Celine Dion. Toni Braxton. Ne-Yo. There are few iconic entertainers who have not at some point performed in one of the many venues in Las Vegas, the 'Entertainment Capital of the World.' Las Vegas not only draws thousands of entertainers and millions of tourists from around the globe, but it also spawns plenty of talent locally, as evidenced by alt-rock bands The Killers and Panic! at the Disco.

The people featured on this page are professional music producers and/or audio engineers who got their start in one of Las Vegas' world-class recording studios, apprenticing one-on-one with music industry pros through Recording Connection Audio Institute in Las Vegas, NV. We encourage you to visit the professional websites of these remarkable individuals to discover more about the benefits of attending Recording Connection, or if you are in need of their audio services. For more information on the Recording Connection Audio Institute, click here.

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Week 6

Posted By Wes Hawkins

This week Josh and I worked on microphone placement techniques.  As a guitarist with a mentor who is a drummer, I requested that he critique my setup of a drum kit pieced together from the warehouse, followed by acquiring and setting up all of the microphones... Read More

Week 5

Posted By Wes Hawkins

Microphones. This week, our focus was emphasized on microphone types, models, and their respective frequency response ranges.  By utilizing a drum tracking session I engineered at Studio West the weekend prior for my current band, DETHSURF, my mentor Josh and I went over the twelve mic choices used in my session... Read More

Week 4

Posted By Wes Hawkins

Connectivity.  This week I got to take apart and check out the inner workings and outer ports of a 192 ADDA converter, making note of the different cable/routing options.  I then got to work testing over 100 cables in the warehouse which was a great hands-on exercise to get familiar with many of the cables mentioned in the cirriculum literature... Read More

Week 3

Posted By Wes Hawkins

Upon completion of the Digital Audio chapter, signal flow was further reinforced in Studio B during various mixing jobs with emphasis on the analog to digital conversion paths in the multi-rack, SSL console, and ProTools buses... Read More

Week 2

Posted By Wes Hawkins

After another breeze of an assignment/quiz covering the science of electricity, I reinforced the content of the lesson by setting up a drum session in Audio Mix House's Studio A using vintage condenser mics which require external power sources (i... Read More

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