TARA Teams With EMI For Higher Learning

March 2009
Canadian Musician;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p14
The article focuses on the partnership made by The Audio Recording Academy (TARA) with EMI Music Publishing Canada for the integration of EMI Music Publishing Studio laboratory into their educational recording facilities in Canada. According to TARA president Michael Stephenson, the scheme will allow their students to learn the process and work of EMI. They will also be given a chance to join the studio recordings scenarios through workshops and hands-on education.


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