This paper presentation reviews research collected over the last decade to forecast best practices and goals for future educators and students. A collective mandate of Audio Recording and Production (ARP) educational programs is to provide students with foundational skills/theory to begin a career in the recording and entertainment industry. This paper draws connections between a series of surveys designed to elicit many perspectives of people involved in the education and application of ARP programs, educators in ARP programs, and students enrolled in ARP programs. The review will provide insight and actionable items for continued innovations in ARP educational institutions and the maintenance of a healthy relationship between Industry and ARP programs for employees, employers, educators, and students.
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