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Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
Institute of Production & Recording
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  • 1. Providing Employment Solutions
  • 2. Our History
    2002: The Institute of Production and Recording was started
    Founded by four very different individuals:
    Terry Myhre, owner of numerous career colleges as well as production powerhouse Broadview Media
    Jack Robinson, the owner/operator of the Electronic Musicians Workshop and accomplished producer/engineer
    Lance Sabin, a producer/song writer awarded with numerous major label and Billboard top 100 credits
    Tom Tucker Sr., a master engineer with years of experience at many of the Cities top studios
    Located in the revitalized warehouse district in downtown Minneapolis
  • 3. Our Goals
    Students: Train students for employment in the media and entertainment industry and assist graduates find jobs
    Employers: Assist employers find qualified job candidates
  • 4. Career Training
    Emphasis on practical training and hands-on learning in a state-of-the-art facility
    Instruction by experienced and award-winning professionals
    Students are prepared for their specific career upon graduation
  • 5. Program Development
    Driven by real-world requirements and developments
    Developed to foster specialized skills and knowledge in specific field
    Designed to fill employment needs within field
    Created with input from advisory board members currently working in the field
    Must uphold standards of accreditations and professional memberships
  • 6. Program Review
    Students gain the necessary skills to be competitive in the field
    Each program is regularly reviewed by:
    Program advisory board: professionals and employers in the field
    Curriculum committee: college administration, including Program Deans and the Chief Academic Officer
  • 7. Career Programs
    Graduates are well-rounded and ready to contribute in a variety of fields, including:
    Entertainment Business
    Audio/Visual Production and Engineering
    Marketing and Media Management
    Web and Media Design
    TV and Radio Broadcasting
  • 8. A.A.S. in Media Arts
    Audio Production and Engineering
    Fundamentals: Acoustics, Audio Signal Flow, Recording, Music Theory, Digital Audio Workstations, MIDI Sequencing and Music and Entertainment Essentials
    Artistic and Technical: Microphone Technique, Mixing, Critical Listening, Session Management, Studio Etiquette, People Skills, and Basic Song Composition and Programming
    Advanced: Recording, Editing, Mixing and Mastering Techniques, Post-Production, Live Sound, Song Arrangement, Video, Broadcast, Chord Structure and Harmony
  • 9. A.A.S. in Media Arts
    Music and Entertainment Business
    Shopping a Project, Intellectual Property Rights
    Digital Rights Management, Contract Law
    Media Design, Creative Copy Writing
    Communication and Networking
    Strategic Branding and Web Content Creation
    Business Structures and Economic Maintenance
    History, Current Events Analysis
  • 10. Career Services
    All services for employers
    are free of charge
    Career Services will:
    Post your open positions
    Screen job candidates
    Provide interns
    Send resumes of qualified candidates
    Schedule campus recruiting visits
    Host career fairs
  • 11. Campus Recruiting Visits & Company Tours
    Campus Recruiting Visits
    Let students know what your company has to offer
    Visit with potential job candidates
    Company Tours
    Host potential employees onsite at your facility
    Show students potential work environment
  • 12. Internships
    Internship for College Credit program
    Employersand students give our internship programhigh marks
  • 13. What We Can Do For You
    We will post your open positions if you sendus your information by:
    In person
    We will help you by:
    Informing our students and graduates
    Posting the information on our job board and student website
    Screening candidates
  • 14. Career Services Website
  • 15. “Thank you so much for having me at IPR. I am really excited for your student to start with us – he is a great find!”
    - Jaime Seeley, Recruiter - ShopNBC
    “Hiring an IPR graduate has been an excellent addition to the M-Audio and Digidesign teams. His training at IPR was top-notch, both in technical knowledge as well as in business demeanor and professionalism.”
    -Matt Frazier, M-Audio Regional Sales Manager
    “Sweetwater has been pleased with the IPR grads we have hired. They seem better prepared than most technically, and have some real world insights into the business that go beyond what we’ve experienced from some candidates coming from similar programs.”
    - Jeff McDonald, Director of Human Resources – Sweetwater Sound, Inc.
    “Schools of distinction like IPR are the backbone of the entertainment industry.”
    • Rick Abbott, VP, Event Operations – ESPN and ABC Sports