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Los Angeles Film School alumni gear up for the music industry’s biggest night with nominated projects by SZA, Carlos Vives, and Paramore Recording engineers and mixers Hector Castro, Andrés Borda, and Jhair Lazo made significant contributions…
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We are proud to recognize the talented alumni who worked on Emmy-nominated productions for the 75th Annual Primetime Emmys. More than 40 alumni contributed their talents to productions including The Last of Us, Succession, White Lotus, and Ted Lasso.
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It’s a new year and Hollywood rolled right into awards season with the Golden Globes on Sunday, January 7. Congratulations to the 26 alumni who worked on 19 nominated productions. Four of those productions received wins in their nomination categories.
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There it is again—that sharp sting of rejection. The making of your film is done and dusted—a momentous achievement! But when it comes to distributing your film, you’re hitting a dead end. Yet another major distributor’s door has been closed to you—a stark reminder of how fiercely competitive and frustrating film distribution can be.
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The time to hit the studio has arrived. You’re ready to finally bring all of your musical ideas together into one big, banging production. You’ve got instruments to lay down. EQ to play about with. Not to mention a whole world of plug-ins at your fingertips. But amidst the excitement, your session can often run away with you—and all organization quickly goes out of the window. Which can be problematic.
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The Wrap magazine ranks The Los Angeles (L.A.) Film School as one of the top film schools in the U.S., as a part of its Top 50 Film Schools for 2023 ranking. Released annually, this list is compiled based on data points such as student body demographics, class sizes, networking opportunities, as well as insights from industry experts. This accolade signifies the school's commitment to creating an immersive curriculum that integrates technical knowledge with artistic exploration and creativity, taught by industry-experienced professionals.
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The Los Angeles Recording School, a division of The L.A. Film School, has been named one of Billboard Magazine’s Top Music Business Schools of 2023. This list recognizes the range of degrees we offer, our impressive campus facilities as well as our active speaker roster, such as SunPop’s managing partner Will Tenney, who recently visited the campus to speak with students.
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You want to set your first film in motion. You’ve got tons of creative ideas and you can’t wait to see your vision come to life on-screen. But first, you’ve got a journey ahead, one filled with challenges, triumphs and endless possibilities.
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You’ve got big decisions to make. It’s nearly time to take the next step into your future and start thinking about carving out your career. But that isn’t always simple. Especially if you’re not entirely sure of the best route to take. The thing is, you know you want a career where you can immerse yourself in sound. That much is clear. Which makes studying either audio production or music production a no-brainer. But which one to choose? That is the burning question.