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From Home Recording Studio to Music Industry Training Facility: How This Company Teaches Millennials
business programs. For two decades, what originated as a home recording studio has since relocated to South Street and teaches passionate millennials to build careers in the music industry.
It's an all too common reality; College graduates who realize they spent as many as four years studying subjects and following career paths that don't interest them. Oftentimes, doing so to please family, friends, teachers and/or mentors. Creative minds dreaming of making music and art while their bodies are chained to a desk, the cubicle walls closing in making it hard to breathe. So how does the aspiring music creator deal with this pressure?
Longing for a life outside of these confines, they might buy a MIDI keyboard and recording software, and ask YouTube where to go from here? Questions abound: What if I don't make it anyway? What if no one believes in me? Are my dreams even possible?
At Lil' Drummaboy Recordings (LDB), this individual walks through the welcoming studio doors every day. The millennial—who might not have the time, resources, or desire for a full-time training program—finds a home at this professional facility, where they receive hands-on, career-based training in an actual recording studio. With weekly meetings starting at $269 per month, individualized, one-on-one programs in Audio Engineering, Music Production, Music Theory, and the Music Business are the most affordable the market has to offer. The risk of failure and overwhelming debt burden is minimized, while guidance and a practical way is shown for embarking on the unfamiliar path that is a career in the music industry. LDB teaches students of all ages how to turn their home recording studios into professional quality, income-generating businesses.
With today's audio technologies being more advanced and accessible than ever before, artists are cutting album costs by producing and engineering their own music. However, they are finding themselves dissatisfied with the quality of their work; thus turning to the internet for guidance and tutorials. Even with the most advance recording gear at their disposal, home recording artists tend to lack the expertise needed to truly reach a
professional quality sound. This often leads to hiring an audio engineer to help with some, or all, stages of recording, mixing, and mastering their music.
For more information about Lil' Drummaboy Recordings and to sign-up for their in-studio training programs,
Lil' Drummaboy Recordings