Frequently Asked Questions

 

What experience do we need to enroll in the program?

There is no sound engineering experience required. Many students have an interest in recording and writing music. You come to Indianapolis with the dream, the goal, and the willingness to learn, we will provide the rest.

How does scheduling work?

If you have a job or you're attending classes at a University, or any other responsibilities life throws at you, don't worry; we understand. We have flexible scheduling.  You and your instructor will find a mutually agreeable time for your lesson. Our studio has shadowing opportunities at all different times of the day. The student studio is available seven days a week. You don't have to choose between life and achieving your dreams!

How long is the course?

The program is 20 weeks. You prepare for a two hour lesson each week by studying the lesson material, completing assignments, and preparing questions to ask your instructor. We also provide additional materials to expand your opportunities to learn. On top of this you will have opportunities to shadow recording sessions in our Indianapolis recording studio. Click on "The Program" at the top of this page for more details.

What is the cost of the program?

The total program cost is $6,900. This consists of a $500 non-refundable down payment and a $3,400 payment for the first 10 weeks of sound engineering school. The $3,400 payment is due prior to your first day of lessons. The final $3,000 will be due prior to lesson 10.

Do I have to have a computer to be in the program?

It is highly encouraged that you do have a computer but not required. We provide a student studio in Indianapolis that has everything necessary for you to study, practice, and get creative.

What does a typical week look like?

Self study preparation for your each week is a approximately ten hours. Your instructor lead class is two hours per week. Student studio practice is a minimum of 3 hours. Then students are encouraged to attend as many shadow sessions as possible per week. We have plenty of additional training resources and student studio time for students who just can't get enough and we are always open and available for questions, questions, and more questions.  

Azmyth Recording Studio

5210 E 65th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46220

"To inspire, educate, and mentor students in the creative, technical, and practical skills required to be music's next generation of leaders."