AIMM Launches Life Sessions Online

Duluth, Georgia based The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM) is pleased to announce that, starting from the 11th of August, the institute will be hosting an online interactive workshop series for musicians and producers. These virtual sessions are based entirely on commonly asked music questions, and will cover topics like vocal processing and effects, synthesizing custom 808s, expanding the vocal range, how to solo faster on guitar and more. They present an opportunity for aspiring music producers to beef up their music skills and learn all the best industry secrets. During the interactive workshop series, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn hands-on techniques used by famous musicians and producers.

The Institute provides non-beginning instrument students and recording arts students with the kind of environment they need to develop their musical talents and acquire the skills demanded of today’s professionals in the music industry. “The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media strives to excel in contemporary music and media arts education with its primary focus being a positive, fulfilling, and rewarding student experience,” says AIMM. “AIMM continues to set the industry standard by providing the technical and applied learning skills needed to equip students with the knowledge and tools necessary to prepare them for successful careers. The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media’s curriculum accomplishes its mission through class and private instruction; audio, video and computer lab instruction; and live clinics featuring today’s most well-known and informative artists and music industry professionals.”

The institute’s programs are taught by professionals with years of experience in the industry and all the certifications and degrees needed to teach the highly demanding curriculum offered at AIMM. At the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, they believe that music is the universal language—and so the institute welcomes students from diverse backgrounds.

“Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has a uniquely effective approach to vocational training for musicians, audio production and recording engineering,” the music school says. “Utilizing a well-rounded curriculum of classroom instruction, stage performances, computer labs, recording studios and live clinics, AIMM offers an extensive education that no other Accredited Music College can match. AIMM also offers the opportunity to become Pro Tools Certified. If you have a passion for music and/or media, Atlanta Institute of Music and Media is the place for you. At AIMM, you truly learn from both sides of the studio.”

Atlanta is known for its diverse music scene, which offers many opportunities for the up and coming artist, and AIMM occupies a cherished place at its center. The city is home to some of the most creative, successful and influential artists of the past 50 years, including OutKast, Ludacris, R.E.M and more. The city offers aspiring musicians access to record labels, renowned recording studios, world class venues and much more.

A number of students and teachers from AIMM have had excellent experiences at the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media, and many of them have left great reviews online. One review from Mason on Google Maps says, “I've been working at the best music college in Atlanta for three years now, and I absolutely love everything about this Music and Media college. They have taught me more than I could ever research on my own, and have been a blessing in my life. If you're looking for the best music school in the country, then you need to give Atlanta Institute of Music and Media a shot first. The classrooms have all the up to date equipment for their students and all the newest software for learning.”

Another review of the music institute from Evan, who attended AIMM as a student, says, “If you live near the Atlanta area, this school is the best place you can go to. In my experience attending AIMM, the teachers have been amazing, and the other students have been the nicest people and have helped me a lot to progress in learning music skills.” Find out more about the AIMMLife Sessions at their website and other online resources.


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