Any recording school can teach you the basics of signal flow, pro tools, microphone polar patterns…ect, but there is a lot more to it than that. When I personally left the monster audio school in Florida in the mid 90′s I felt they had taught me everything. I soon realized that the hard work of making music sound good was just beginning. At Azmyth Music Tech we not only focus on teaching you the technical fundamentals, but also how to apply those to mixing your music and achieving the sound you are looking for. We work individually with each student so that we can work at the students pace, not the class’s pace. Each person progresses differently when it comes to learning the technique of critical listening, and we encourage our students to bring us their work on a regular basis so that we can sit down with them and see how they are progressing.
Get trained to be an Audio Engineer from industry professionals in a real recording studio in Indianapolis, Indiana. The school last for twenty weeks. Each week, we will have two hours of Lesson and two hours of Shadowing in actual studio sessions. The lesson will be one-on-one and will be taught by an actual engineer working in the Music Industry. At the end of the 20 weeks you will receive a certificate of completion and will be ready to start your journey in Recording Music. All this for half the price of other music programs. $6,500 Apply today!
Nashville artist Jelly Roll stops through Azmyth while in Indianapolis on tour. Students were on hand to assist his session.
Azmyth School of Music Technology Alumni Harrison Ruhl mixing “FOH” Front of house at the Harley Davidson RoadHouse music venue in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This outdoor venue holds a max capacity of 10,000 patrons.
Harrison has mixed and ran monitors for several national acts including; Peter Noone & Herman’s Hermits, Salt n’ Peppa, Andy Grammar, Zedd, Booker T, DJ Paris Hilton, and DJ Kascade. Azmyth is extremely proud of what Harrison has been able to accomplish in his short time in the industry. Keep up the great work and keep us updated!
ASMT students shadow the production of pop singer Maria Diebolt‘s music video for her debut single.
ASMT student Tim Walker adjusting the AEA ribbon mics while tracking horns with Indianapolis group Audiodacity.
This weekend we will have a booth at Sweetwater’s 13th Annual Gearfest. Stop by and check us out.