I went to the Los Angeles Recording School in Hollywood. I'm not sure I would recommend it because a lot of people didn't have a good time. They have a lot of good equipment there, so I made the most out of it by booking SSL's and Neve's for 8 hours at a time and really taught myself. It was pretty expensive (20k) and I feel that I could've gotten the same education from a community college for a fraction of the cost. The experience of living on Hollywood Blvd and hanging out with musicians that live there was invaluable however and I wouldn't trade that for anything.
How did you become a sound engineer? My daughter is interested in that and is looking at Art Institute LA. What do you think? Thanks!
For the record I have lots of friends, but I can always have more
You need a friend.