Let’s face it.  There are a lot of audio engineering programs coming onto the scene and they all have some equipment and faculty.  But what about the faculty?  Yes, the type of faculty working at a school is very important.  Some well-meaning colleges, wanting to get on the audio band-wagon, simply ask their existing music faculty if anyone has any type of recording-type experience.  Some of the independent engineer-training schools just hire random local engineers to teach only one class in a term, but the question is, are they really pro and true audio teachers or perhaps just another home studio owner in town in need of extra income?  You probably won’t find out until after you enroll…

At the Institute of Audio Engineering Arts you will be taught by experienced teachers who not only are professional recording engineers but also talented musicians who have earned music degrees and play in working bands!  And since they work for IAEA full-time, it is very likely that you will have the same dedicated teachers throughout your entire program at IAEA.  This consistency of education really pays off for our students.  You get to know and trust the entire faculty and they get to know you.  The faculty learns your strengths and weaknesses, and then works with you to give you a superior audio education, tailored to you.  You win.