Paul Col was born and raised in Massachusetts. He came to Canada to study biology at McGill University. Paul soon realized he wanted to work in the sound and music recording industry, surrounded by talented and motivated people. In this interview, Paul sheds some light on the road he’s travelled so far, and where he hopes that road will lead him.
Adam Herdman, like many of us, has a huge passion for making and recording music. Adam has parlayed that passion into a multi-faceted career: artist, musician, recording engineer and radio producer. Adam is currently working at Toronto's flagship rock and alternative stations Q107 and Edge 102.1.
What was your background in music prior to enrolling to RAC?
Patrick Ouellet has had quite a journey the past few years. Patrick earned a BA, took a well paid government job, and then after some soul searching decided to leave his job and return to his musical roots in pursuit of his lifelong artistic goals.
What was your background prior to enrolling at RAC?
With an impressive education and music performance credentials, Hazel Burns decided to shift her career focus to Sound and Music Recording, enrolling at RAC's Montreal campus. Hazel explains how she came to that critical choice, and how that decision helped her land a job at CTV as a mix engineer, as well as result in being chosen to record and mix several acclaimed projects. Click here to read the full interview.
Meet Andrew Leung, a graduate from Recording Arts Canada's Game Design program in May, 2012. With a Bachelors and Masters Degree already in his pocket, Andrew decided he needed to develop his professional skill set in Game Design, and enrolled in RAC's Game Design Program in Toronto to give him the best chance of succeeding in a competitive mobile app and game market.