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Keeping in view the COVID-19 disruptions, the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM) has started offering degree and certificate courses through both on-campus and on-line classes. Musicians, producers, and musical instrument enthusiasts can now continue their learning at the institute without having to take a break due to the pandemic. With a well-rounded curriculum, live clinics, ample scope for stage performance, state-of-the-art labs, and sophisticated recording studios, it offers a scope for learning that surpasses other music colleges.

The premier music school is always well admired for its uniquely effective approach to vocational training to enable students to develop technical and musical talents. Hybrid classes offer an opportunity to join classes at its hi-tech 24,500 sq ft facility or learn through online classes. This opens a window for foreign students, who cannot travel due to restrictions yet eager to have vocational training for musicians, audio production, and recording engineering in the United States.

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Whether students are interested in guitar, vocals, bass, drums, keyboard, or music production, AIMM has an excellent program to elevate student's skillsets and put students in the best position to achieve a successful music career. According to Nite Driscoll, the president of Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, “AIMM provides students with the tools necessary for rapid progress, expanding their repertoire, and creating new professional possibilities while our degree and certificate programs help develop well-rounded musicians that are prepared to break into the music industry.”

AIMM’s Music Production and Audio for Media Degree course offer a perfect opportunity for students to acquire advanced music production and engineering skills. Updating them with the latest trends and technology leads to eager maintenance of a learning ambiance allowing them the best opportunity to refine and extend their talents. The Music and Technology Associate program ropes in well-known faces in the music field, including engineers, producers, and industry professionals, to inculcate aptitude, knowledge, and abilities among students. Musicians and producers can enroll in recording and engineering degree courses and programs specific to an instrument.

AIMM also offers certificate programs to improve musical and technical skills and many of these are online. The Certificate in Music Production provides a good career option for those looking to be professional sound engineers. Students learn tracking, editing, mixing, and mastering for analog and digital music production. The Online Certificate in Music and Technology program aims at building musical and recording and engineering capabilities through online learning. Musicians can hone their skills in guitar, bass, drum, keyboard, and voices through the Performance Certificate program.

The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media is located in Duluth, GA, is the first choice of those looking to acquire the next-level technical skills in music recording, production, and engineering. Its intricately designed courses and the high-tech recording studios and digital practice rooms are rare to see in other music schools. As an AVID Training Partner, AIMM’s curriculum enables students to get AVID Pro Tools certification. Many of its former students have gone on to work with popular musical artists and companies, such as Ludacris, Beyonce, Snoop Dogg, Childish Gambino, Mary J. Blige, Justin Bieber, Ciara, and more.

AIMM’s online certificate in music and technology is 100% online and open to international students who wish to apply and get the opportunity to learn in its exclusive studios from industry-leading instructors with the best technology and software. To learn more about the AIMM Online Program may want to check out the website of the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, or contact them through the telephone or via email. They can be contacted from Monday to Thursday, from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm, and on Fridays from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm.

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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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