Atlanta Institute of Music and Media Explains What to Know Before Attending a Music School

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Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM), an accredited music college in Duluth, Georgia, is pleased to announce that they have recently published a blog post that explains what to know before attending a music school. There are actually millions of young men and women who dream of becoming popular musicians, from rock stars and rappers to music producers and other music careers. And the first step towards that dream is to attend an accredited music college.

A music school is essential because it provides an immersive atmosphere where the students eat, breathe, and sleep music, learn the very best methods, work with top instructors, and are given countless opportunities for collaboration. The newly released article has the purpose of helping young students prepare for their music college journey. First of all, they will need to take a look at the curriculum of the music college. In relation to the curriculum, it is also a good idea to be knowledgeable about the following: tuition costs; the admission and application process; elective classes; opportunities for financial aid; online versus on-site courses; minimum experience required; general classes to test out of; and foreign language requisites for foreign students.


Another important information to know about the music college is the overall music environment that will be provided. These include: the playing level of the other students; the accomplishments of the instructors; the student/teacher ratio; the average class size; the facility and equipment, such as the gear/ equipment provided, classrooms, software, studios, and performance halls; and whether the alumni have been successful.

The article also provides advice to high school students on how they can prepare for a music college. These include: studying music theory, which is important because those who don’t know music theory will usually find themselves struggling in music college, especially the vocalists, guitarists and drummers; learning music technology because most music courses today use computers; learning an instrument because it would be helpful to know how to play an instrument even if one is interested in the production side of music; taking dual credit or advanced placement (AP) courses because it is always a good idea to get some of the general requirement courses out of the way as soon as possible; and listening to music, even those that are outside one’s preferred genre, by attending live music events and getting exposed to various kinds of music.

And finally, young people interested in a career in music can begin their journey by checking out the potential music colleges they can attend and start sending out their applications. For instance, they can check out the music courses offered by Atlanta Institute of Music and Media. AIMM offers several music programs, such as: Music Production and Audio for Media; Certificate in Music Production (offered both on-site and online); Music and Technology Associate Degree, with Concentration in Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass or Keyboard; Performance Certificate in Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass, or Keyboard; and Certificate in Music and Technology with Concentration in Guitar, Voice, Drums, Bass, or Keyboard (offered both on-site and online).

AIMM stands out among the crowd by combining instrumentation with music production approaches. This allows the student to have a better chance of succeeding in the present music climate by being a well-rounded musician.

Atlanta Institute of Music and Media offers an effective and distinctive approach for the vocational training of musicians, production and engineering students by utilizing a well-balanced curriculum, a computer lab, classroom instruction, private instruction, DVD and video labs, live clinics, and audio.

Those who would like to know more about the curriculum offered by the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media can visit the AIMM website, 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. The above-mentioned blog post on what to know before attending a music college can be accessed at


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