Jim Petulla On Larry King
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Uploaded: May 15th, 2014 (2 years, 5 months ago)
   www.recordingconnection.com/larry -king/   Recently, Jim Petulla, CEO and  founder of Recording, Film, Radio and  Culinary Connection sat down with Larry  King to discuss the value of  mentor/apprentice based education when  it comes to the arts.
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PRINCE VICTOR: This is fascinating
Mike Blaze: It's a nice concept if you actually get someone who is competent to train you. What he is not telling you is it is not easy to learn audio engineering in a real working recording studio when you are brand spanking new with no prior knowledge. How is a senior engineer going to teach you and facilitate a live recording studio all at the aame time. And will he take the time to answer your questions while the artist or band is recording? Are they going to slow down the recording sessions so you can ask questions ? Again audio engineering is very technical and it will take a very patient mentor who knows there stuff and a very eager student to learn this trade. Just being honest with everyone. This is not an easy trade to learn on the job. Actually he is wrong. Going to school to get some prior knowlege in audio woukd be a huge asset because at least you walk in there knowing a thing or two about recording. Now, if you apply his apprenticeship training to radio or another less difficult trade like cooking or camera work then it shoukd work better. Those fields are more apprenticeship style learning. The only way to teach someone how to be a recording engineer is to first take them into the studio when there isn't a live session and give them a crash course and set the foundation. To teach someone who is green audio engineering in a live studio sessions in 6 months would be extremely difficult when it takes a college 4 years to go through all that information. And yes I do agree with him that college is expensive but it takes time to learn something new.
Jim Mize: poor Larry! you went from presidents and royalty and plunged into the sewer!!!
LifeIMO94: What this douche doesn't tell you is that if you live in some podunk state, you end up getting paired with some low time independent film maker that isn't doing shit. Fucking scam.
Oliver Furnival: It's nice to see the person who made it all possible. Now if I could just afford the gear...


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