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where can you go to school to be a recording artist

i want to go to school for music #music

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Dorian’s Answer

I go to school at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. There are a few different programs that go towards what you are looking for. The recording arts degree is clearly the one you would go for. If you do what I choose, music production, you not only learn how to do the some recording arts stuff but you also learn advanced music theory. So you can be a full-on be a songwriter and then record everything yourself. The only problem is school is very expensive. You get to keep all the equipment you get and programs, which cost hundreds of dollars.
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Chris’s Answer

Where you go to school would depend on what career path you are seeking.
But as a previous poster said, school won't make you a successful artist... Getting involved and networking, gigging, being a part of the scene is as or more important.

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Jennifer’s Answer

There are many options, but generally, your ability to network with people in the music industry will favor your success more than an actual degree.


Some notable schools:


Musicians Institute, Hollywood, CA - http://www.mi.edu/
The Los Angeles Recording School, Holywood, CA - http://www.larecordingschool.com/
SAE Institute (multiple locations) - http://usa.sae.edu/
Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA (and online) - https://www.berklee.edu/
Manhattan School of Music, New York, NY - http://www.msmnyc.edu/

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