SAE Institute Miami Gives Students the Chance to Work with Emerging Recording Artists in Its “Celebrity Sundays” Series

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SAE Institute Miami’s top audio production students will use their studio skills in recording sessions with up-and-coming singers and rappers from the Miami area.

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‘Celebrity Sundays’ will provide our students with the powerful expertise that employers look for, and will give them a huge competitive edge in the marketplace when they graduate and are ready to get hired.

SAE institute, one of the leading audio technology schools in Miami, will introduce the first edition of “Celebrity Sundays”, a new studio series for their students on Sunday, April 14.

“Celebrity Sundays” will be a twice monthly initiative that will welcome new recording artists from the Miami area into the SAE studios. Top performing students in SAE’s Audio Technology Program (ATP) curriculum will help to record and mix the artists’ music for demo purposes, and possible commercial release.

“It’s amazing to see our students so motivated to complete their lab hours early and study with such determination so they could be a part of ‘Celebrity Sundays’,” says Mark Samuels, an instructor at SAE Miami who’s coordinating the “Celebrity Sundays” program. “It will give students the chance to gain essential experience working with new artists who are moving up in the entertainment industry.”

“Celebrity Sundays” will kick off with a session by Myko, an r&b singer currently signed to Independently Major Entertainment. The Miami-based company is owned by retired NFL star Thomas Jones, a Pro Bowl running back who played with the Arizona Cardinals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Chicago Bears, the New York Jets, and the Kansas City Chiefs, and is one the top 25 leading rushers in NFL history. The SAE audio technology students who achieve the most lab hours and the highest grade point average will work as the assistant engineers for Myko’s recording session.

“We place tremendous emphasis on making our students employment-ready once they graduate,” explains Samuels. “It’s one thing to know the technical details about audio technology and music production, it’s a whole other thing to be able to confidently and correctly apply that knowledge in real world scenarios. Along with our excellent curriculum, ‘Celebrity Sundays’ will provide our students with the powerful expertise that employers look for, and will give them a huge competitive edge in the marketplace when they graduate and are ready to get hired.”

Each “Celebrity Sunday” recording session will be available for viewing on SAE Miami’s YouTube channel.

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