Only AIA's Complete Master Course gives you all this: 

25 Lesson Course

you download all the lessons, videos and audios onto your home computer

30 Video lessons

 60 Action-Audio lessons

FREE evaluation of your mixes and songs

Complete Audio Dictionary

Mixing Training Poster (see preview)

Unlimited Track Sheets  

Unlimited AIA Business Cards

Your own personal instructor 

all the 25 big  lessons with hundreds of photos and diagrams are at your fingertips

Books and equipment sources 

Lowest Cost / No Hidden Charges  

Money Back Guarantee  

FREE airmail shipping to anywhere in the world . . . plus much more

If you enroll in The GOLD Course, you will be guaranteed that Peter himself will be your instructor throughout your training.

Discover what AIA's sound Engineer training course can do for you: 

this is just a small section of your Mixing Poster — you can put in on the wall next to your computer

• Start your own record label and recording studio business

• Make your recordings sound as if they came from a state-of -the-art studio 

• Help you build or upgrade your own personal home recording studio

• Become a highly regarded professional sound engineer or music producer

• Help you choose the right equipment for your type of recording

• Make networking contacts in the industry all over the world

• Find full or part time audio and production work 

• Work in any of dozens of audio-related jobs in the

read reviews about the latest equipment and interviews with top engineers and producers

 entertainment world

•  And don't forget you're getting two Courses for the Price of One. Not only will you become a fully trained Recording Engineer, but you will also have the knowledge of a multi-talented Music Producer . You will be able to sign artists, produce them in the studio, form your own record company and manage their careers.

More Advantages:

1. Take your exams ONLINE from your own home.

Unlike most of the other recording schools, you can take all your exams from your own home. You can even refer back to your training manual if you need to. We want you to pass. Some schools even make you attend a special examination room - and make you pay extra for this. Not AIA!

2. Action-Audio Training Gives You Knowledge and Experience.

Your AIA training is ears-on training. Each lesson is an easy-to-understand audio-visual-action experience. Actual recording sessions give you on-the-job type training to advance you quickly. Learning by doing is the best and most effective way to learn new skills.

3. Once a AIA Graduate, Always a AIA Graduate. 

4. Length of your course.

There is no time limit imposed upon you - you can take as long as you wish.

If you Sign Up today you'll be up and running right away!

No Prior Experience or License Needed

All you need is a love for music and a genuine desire to learn the recording arts.

If you have ever dreamed of being being able to produce your own music with that professional sound this is your chance to make that dream come true.

If you follow our instructions in Lesson 1 you could even be working before you finish your course!


Mr. Miller and the entire AIA staff take a personal interest in every AIA graduate. At any time in the future when and if you need assistance, answers to your questions, career advice or for other courses of study, you may look to AIA for help. AIA is your partner as long as you want us.

"If you are not quite sure you want to be a recording engineer and music producer, or if you have any questions about the AIA training course then I urge you to call me right now. I will answer your questions and help you enter this exciting and rewarding profession." — Peter Miller (415) 752-0701 (9 am - 5 pm PST)

You Can Spend More, But You Cannot Get More

AIA is accredited by B.B.B. with an A+ rating

Your Instructor is a member of
 The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (N.A.R.A.S.)
All AIA Graduates receive a FREE lifetime membership in
The Society of International Recording Engineers (S.I.R.E.)
AIA is a member of
The Better Business Bureau




 
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Some of the topics covered in the 25 big lessons:

how to use recording software, setting up a home studio, mixing and mastering, digital re cording techniques, the art of mixing, how to make great mixes, professional careers, getting great guitar and bass sounds, making and editing drumbeats, setting up your own record label, a complete recording session is analyzed step-by-step from start to finish, how to record great sounding vocals, using EQ on vocals, compressing vocals, correcting out-of-tune mistakes, digital audio workstations, differences in computer software, how to be a master producer, mastering your final mixes, using various plug-ins, MIDI recording, how to set up compressors, selecting equipment, songwriting, song publishing, copyrighting your work, advertising and networking, Internet resources . . . plus much more.

Our course embraces all of the following recording software:

Pro Tools - Cubase - Reason - Cakewalk - Sonar - Logic - Adobe Audition - Audacity - Digital Performer - Acid Pro - Roland - Cakewalk V - Studio 20 - Fruity Loops - Garage Band - Sound Forge - Line 6 Backtrack - Traction - Motif - Sony Vegas - Vista - Waves - Nuendo - Turtle Beach Voyetra - and many others

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MIX Magazine says this about our course...

"This complete course for new engineers provides a well-rounded music industry curriculum that doesn't just stop at the final mix. It does much to duplicate and augment the hands-on experience students need. The series of 25 big lessons in a 500+ page manual are rich in detail but presented in a gradual style, so one doesn't get overwhelmed by the technology."