Omega Recording Arts is a for-profit college located in North Bethesda, Maryland in the Washington, D.C. Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 59 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Recording Arts Technician and Music Management.
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Omega Studios' School of Applied Recording Arts & Sciences Reviews
The school itself is a vocational school, so it cannot offer traditional financial aid, but it is approved for FAFSA.
As an audio engineering focused vocational school, it has by far some of the best technology a student in the field could ever hope to work with.
The professors I have spoken with have been incredibly informative and teach in a wide range of subects related to the audio engineering field.