RRF Offers Access to Legends

The Recording Radio and Film Connection (RRF) has announced the introduction of its Learn from Legends master apprenticeship program.
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L-R: RRF COO/chief academic officer Brian Kraft, RRF founder/president Jimi Petulla and producer-engineer Niko Bolas.
Los Angeles, CA (August 18, 2015)—The Recording Radio and Film Connection (RRF) has announced the introduction of its Learn from Legends master apprenticeship program.

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Learn from Legends, centered in Los Angeles, New York, Nashville and other cities, pairs selected students in the Recording Connection program or other schools with “legends” of the music industry. The student will learn one-on-one in the studios where industry luminaries record their music (EastWest Studios, Conway Recording Studios, Capitol Studios and others), learning from those who created that music.

Students who do qualify will be able to intimately work with and learn from pros including Al Schmitt, Niko Bolas, Bob Bullock, Ross Hogarth, Ryan Hewitt, Michael James, Vance Powell, David Huff, Adam Moseley, Steve Marcantonio, Tim Palmer, Rhaki, Rafa Sardina, F. Reid Shippen, Bil VornDick, Michael Wagener and Dennis White. Other award-winning producers and engineers will be named in coming months.

Students will experience one-on-one learning in a master's studio for an intense period of four to six months. It will be available by invitation only, and only if the student-apprentice has taken basic audio education courses recognized by the Recording Connection. Students can come from the Recording Connection beginner program or transfer in from another school, as long as it is one approved by the Recording Connection. To maintain the exclusivity of this unique program, there will be limited enrollment availability.

The Recording Radio and Film Connection
www.rrfedu.com