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Old 6th June 2007
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Audio engineering education

Of course, education is a very good thing, but in the audio engineering field, it often seems to be carried in an environment which is completely detached from the real world.

I learnt about recording and mixing by direct contact with the experienced engineers I assisted on real sessions, and it's the best way.

Of course, there are many technical apsects of recording whgich can be taught in an academic environment, but that's not the whole story. This is one reason why the MPG and APRS set up J.A.M.E.S. - but Tony knows a lot more about this than I do....