The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has announced its next open house will be held on campus at noon on February 18th, 2023. The Atlanta music school is urging readers to RSVP for the event by heading over to their website.
AIMM President, Nite Driscoll, talks about what attendees can expect from the upcoming open house by saying, "We have a free event coming up for prospective students. This open house will give people a chance to see the school, meet other students, talk to faculty, and learn how to start an exciting career in the music industry."
AIMM's open house will begin with a live performance and then transition into sample classes, including audio production, surround mixing, studio performance, and instrument-based courses in guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and vocals.
The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media employs a unique approach to offer vocational training for aspiring musicians and music producers that other accredited music colleges just can't match. Incoming students can look forward to hands-on learning in studio recording sessions, classroom instruction, and live clinics featuring well-known and innovative music industry artists and experts.
AIMM offers several certificate programs for students who want to develop their budding talent and acquire the knowledge necessary to make headway in their musical journey. Currently, the school offers certificates in Music Production and Music Technology, as well as Performance Certificates in Guitar, Bass, Drums, Keyboard, and Voice. The certificate programs can be completed in 12 months (4 quarters) or 18 months (6 quarters) of part-time enrollment.
AIMM also offers degrees in Associate of Applied Science in Music Production and Audio for Media, which focuses on the technical application of music, sound design, and location audio for film, television, and gaming. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of mixing, mastering, and recording.
AIMM's Associate of Applied Science in Music and Technology Degree is offered in five concentrations - Guitar, Drums, Bass, Keyboard, or Voice, with courses specific to each instrument, recording, and engineering.
Both degree programs can be completed in 18-36 months of part-time to full-time enrollment. More information is available on their website, or you can reach out to their admissions team to get all of your questions answered.
Nite Driscoll talks about what makes AIMM and its various educational offerings unique by saying, "Our school is like no other. We are based in Atlanta, which has an amazing music scene where students can make industry connections. Our school is also different because, at other music production schools, students must hire vocalists and musicians or use karaoke tracks. At AIMM, we have music performance programs for voice, guitar, bass, keyboards, and drums, so the talent is all right there for music production students to work with. For music performance majors, we have music production courses that you won't find at other performance-based schools."
AIMM has also nurtured the talent of several musicians who successfully chased their passions and are now well respected in the music industry. Several alumni have gone on to make a name for themselves and found steady employment in the industry as sound engineers and audio producers.
Some of the school's most notable alumni include Tosin Abasi (Animals as Leaders), Kesha Lee (Childish Gambino, Gucci Mane), KEYZBABY (Beyonce, Cardi B, Wiz Khalifa), Turbo the Great (Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert), Stephen Freeman (Tyrese, Method Man, Mary J. Blige), and many more.
Readers can visit the AIMM campus and attend their February 18th Open House at 2875 Breckinridge Blvd #700, Duluth, GA 30096, or get in touch with the admissions team at (770) 242-7717 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Atlanta Institute of Music and Media
2875 Breckinridge Blvd #700,
Duluth, Georgia 30096