It’s an honor for our audio technology curriculum to be recommended as the best choice for aspiring engineers and producers by such a hip publication.
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
Vibe Magazine, a music and entertainment magazine founded by legendary music producer Quincy Jones, has selected SAE Institute as being one of “The Top 5 Schools of Rave” in the United States.
Described in the article as being “the best of the best” for recording and engineering education, SAE is also recognized as “graduating more students into the recording business than any (other school) in the world.”
“We’re thrilled to have been selected for Vibe’s list,” says Marco Bettelli, CEO of SAE Institute USA. “It’s an honor for our audio technology curriculum to be recommended as the best choice for aspiring engineers and producers by such a hip publication.”
According to the article, “SAE is the global university for music production and engineering”, and that SAE is also “for the serious player who is all in” for comprehensive audio technology education.
Also included in Vibe’s “The Top 5 Schools of Rave” were the London-based Point Blank Online Music School, low-cost online course provider FaderPRO, Dubspot in New York, and Scratch DJ Academy, which has partnered with SAE to open a DJ school in Chicago.
“Of the many schools around the U.S. that teach audio technology, it’s great that Vibe recognized the success and quality of what SAE delivers,” says Bettelli. “Our grads are given an essential education and valuable studio experience that can help them to build a long-lasting professional career in audio engineering and production.”