Originally Posted by Black Animal
i almost went to sae in the bay area, but im glad now that i didnt. it would have cost 65,000 dollars. a much better idead would be to spend that money on your own gear and learn with you own stuff, and at the same time intern at a studio. i ended up going to sf state's mri program. it was alright and a lot cheaper but dropped out after taking all the cool classes. boy am i glad i didnt go to sae. that school aint s*** all ive heard is complaints
SAE here in atlanta isnt even $20k
i thought about going just to get a degree and learn a little more but havent made my mind up.
they have a great facility out here i must admit. when they first opened i was down there and met scott storch and a bunch of other ppl... some ppl that i had already worked with or knew