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Old 02-26-2020, 05:34 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by DVDdoug View Post
IMO - A formal class (with a "lab" in this case) is the best way to learn almost anything.

That said, Ill bet that most professional mixing & mastering engineers are either self-taught or had formal or informal apprenticeships, or otherwise worked their way up through the "school of hard knocks".

You probably do have to be careful about being "ripped off"... Paying way more than it's worth.

There is a community college here in Silicon Valley that had a recording studio and a variety of audio production classes. I don't know if that still exists (and I never saw the studio or anything) but community colleges are usually a bargain.
hm thanks for this info looking for community colleges nearby to see if any options
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