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The Tracking Room Launches High School Recording Camp

Nashville program designed to give students ages 14 to 18 real-world experience in a professional recording studio setting.

Having worked with some of the biggest names in the music and entertainment industry, The Tracking Room is opening its doors to a new group – high school students.

The Tracking Room High School Recording Camp launches in June and is designed to give students ages 14 to 18 real-world experience in a professional recording studio setting.

Located in the heart of Music Row, The Tracking Room High School Recording Camp is a fiveday
nonresidential camp taught by Grammy-nominated engineers Matt Leigh and Bryce Roberts.

This five-day experience will include hands-on instruction and a day-long recording session with professional Nashville musicians, taking students on the entire song creation journey from idea to final mixdown.

The Tracking Room High School Recording Camp is being offered in two sessions. The first session is June 19 to June 23 and the second session is July 24 to July 28. To provide each
student with individual attention, only fifteen students per session will be admitted.

The Tracking Room High School Recording Camp will begin each day at 9am and will end at 7pm.
Meals and snacks will be provided, and each student will receive a t-shirt, notepad, and pen.

The Tracking Room Recording Camp costs $1,500.00 per student, and all high school students
ages 14 to 18 are eligible.

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