You've had a passion for music your entire life.
As long as you can remember you've always been dancing to the beat, and belting out words to songs you didn't know.
That passion stayed with you throughout your life. The fire never died.
Music is in everything you do, and you can't picture life without it.
Now it's time to start planning your future. You need to "be an adult" and pick a career.
After a lot of thought and conversations with friends and family, you've finally figured it out.
Your career will be in music, obviously.
Except, you'll be on the other side of the microphone.
You don't want to be the one singing in front of thousands of fans. You want to be the mastermind behind the microphone.
The one that makes sure it sounds good in the studio.
You've got your sites set on becoming a studio engineer or record producer.
Admittedly, it's a pretty tough industry to crack. However, if you make it, it is an enriching career.
Below are ten tips that will help you achieve your dream.
Perfection isn't possible.
Blindly pursuing perfection often leads to complete failure.
Embracing your perfection will allow you to create more music, grow as an artist, and stay inspired.
Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has a uniquely effective approach to vocational training for musicians, production, and engineering students utilizing a well-rounded curriculum, classroom instruction, private instruction, audio, DVD and video labs, a computer lab, and live clinics. If you have a passion for music, the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media is the place for you.