Atlanta Institute Of Music And Media Helps Students Find The Best Laptop For Music Production

November 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM), based in Duluth, Georgia, has published a new article on their blog that explores the 5 best laptops for music production. Nite Driscoll, President of Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, says, “This latest article is the latest in a series of informative posts we will share in order to help those who aspire to create music, and those who want to become professional producers and successful sound engineers.”

The article highlights many of the reasons why music producers need to utilize the best laptops they can afford so that it can keep up with their musical talent and creative intent. The Institute’s list includes the MacBook Pro, Surface Book 2, Lenovo IdeaPad Y700, ASUS ROG, and the HP Spectre X360. Those looking for a device to get them through their academic pursuits and help them kick start their careers will want to invest wisely. The article covers the advantages and disadvantages of each of these models, in addition to other aspects people may not take into account, such as mobility and functionality.

The article also includes the minimum laptop specification anyone looking for new equipment should consider. AIMM has also recently shared advice regarding the equipment every beginner music producer needs in an article that was featured on the WICZ Fox40 news website. The article states that music producers will also need a DAW, MiDi Controller, Studio Headphones, and an Audio Interface. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday around the corner, this is a good opportunity for students to keep their check lists handy to ensure that any gift or upgrade they opt for will continue to get the job done and provide years of useful service.

AIMM is one of the leading music production schools in America. It has challenged the status quo in music education and has developed a uniquely effective approach to vocational training for musicians, audio production, and recording engineering. Their combination of well-rounded classroom instructions, stage performances, computing labs, recording studios, and live clinics provide an unparalleled approach for anyone looking to make music a part of their future. They also exploit the business and social engagement necessary to connect with fans through the outreach of AIMM and Drooble (the social media platform for musicians).

Drooble’s team has been a fan of AIMM for quite some time, and they have previously noted that the school has been helping their students break into the music industry for over 30 years. With Drooble’s ability to bring together the best features from Facebook, SoundCloud, and Fiverr, new artists can showcase their creative works more easily than ever before and earn an income while doing so. This innovation is helping more creatives focus on making music their day job much more quickly than ever before.

The Atlanta based music school maintains an intense commitment to their students and innovation within the music industry through the cultivation of musical talent. They provide informative advice to anyone who wants to make the most of their investments as they move forward in their career. The Institute’s live clinics feature professionals at the top of their industries, like Jim Herring, Robben Ford, Mike Stern, Corey Christiansen, John Scofield and many more.

Anyone interested in attending one of their Open House events can get in touch through their website to learn more. Their most recent Open House event on November 9 featured sample classes, live performances, and the opportunity for attendees to tour the school and meet the teachers and students.

The school encourages all students to apply for Federal Student Aid. International students can also elect to attend the school in person or through their online music and media programs. The music production school also offers free online prep classes that are designed to help incoming students master concepts and techniques in areas that include music production, audio postproduction, guitar, bass, drums, keys (keyboards), and voice.

Driscoll concluded, “The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has proven that they are an excellent choice for anyone in the Atlanta area, as well as those who choose to learn online, to get into a career in music and media. If you, or someone you know, is looking to begin a career in entertainment, choose the best music or music production school for you.”

Those interested in learning more about AIMM and their programs, such as the Music Production Certificate and how they can apply to study online, can find out more on the Institute’s website. The school is always on hand to answer any questions and help students understand the admissions process via telephone or email.

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For more information about Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, contact the company here:

Atlanta Institute of Music and Media
Nite Driscoll
(770) 242-7717
admissions@aimm.edu
2875 Breckinridge Blvd #700,
Duluth, Georgia 30096

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