Welcome to Nimbus School of Recording & Media
Located in beautiful Vancouver, Canada, Nimbus School of Recording & Media is the elite music and media school offering courses taught by current industry professionals. Bob Ezrin and GGGarth Richardson believed in the need for a school that would equip students with the industry level skills to support their passion and shape their future in music and media. They created Nimbus School of Recording & Media to honor the legacy of Jack Richardson C.M. Nimbus offers diploma and certificate programs in audio engineering, music production, video production, post & game audio, live sound, music industry entrepreneurship, and artist development.
ADEV GRAD TESS ANDERSON DROPS NEW SINGLE!
Tess Anderson is a singer, songwriter and producer originally from Victoria, BC, and is a Nimbus graduate of both the audio program as well as the Artist Development program. Her debut single “Home”, which was produced as her ADEV demo, was released January 11th. Recorded at the historic LMA studio, produced by Dave Genn, mixed by Dean Maher, engineered by both Dean and Alex “Condor” Aligizakis, and mastered by Brock McFarlane, this track was created entirely by Nimbus staff and students. “Home” is a song about finding and building a safe place within the person that you love. It’s about allowing your love to grow and change over time, and watching it evolve into something much bigger than it was at the beginning. “Home” is now available on all streaming platforms.
Hit "More Info" below for all streaming links or catch the beautiful tune on Youtube right here!MORE INFO
Alumni Aspen King releases new EP!
MORE INFOElectronic Music Production program graduate Aspen King releases a stunning new EP delving deep into dark relatable themes.The Say Something EP is a cohesive story that goes full circle.Happy is a song about pretending to be happy in an abusive relationship, Say Something is when you want to say something to the other person but feel like you can't. Take Me Down is about being taken down by the other person, for not saying anything to them about to situation. Detonate is about destroying the other person emotionally, and Sad is the end result.- Aspen KingIf you like what you hear you can follow her on her musical journey below!
Nimbus Grad hosts new Women in Music Showcase
Hands On Learning with Small Class Size
We build our lessons around a career focused, hands-on approach to education. Along with small class sizes for quality training, you will learn by doing the work, not reading about it in a textbook.
Mentorship by Industry Professionals
Nimbus students will receive elite mentorship from top industry experts as instructors, including JUNO Award winners & nominees, and gold & platinum record recipients with exclusive guest lectures from music professionals.
Nimbus studios are open 24/7 for our students, offering all the time you need to gain confidence and experience with the skills and concepts you are learning. Regardless of which program you take at Nimbus, you will head out into the world with countless hours of practical industry experience.
World Class Gear
At Nimbus, you will get your hands on the highest-quality industry standard gear and the latest digital technology. When you leave Nimbus you will know every button and knob and will be able to work in any studio in the world.
As Nimbus co-founder Bob Ezrin says, "Who you are is more important than what you know how to do." Nimbus offers specific training in interpersonal skills through our psychology classes designed to offer practical examples from studio and industry life to increase your self awareness, confidence, and relational skills.
Community & Collaboration
At Nimbus, collaborating across disciplines to create professional projects is a fact of life, just like in the real world. Not only will you build community with like-minded individuals, you will have the opportunity to join Nimbus in ongoing projects that contribute to the local community.
Nimbus is a wonderful place to build a foundation for networking. One of the best things about it was being given the opportunity to learn the craft of music hands on, and to partake in experiences you wouldn't normally get to because the teachers are all currently working in the industry. I learned so much in such a short period of time there, and got to meet a lot of wonderful people that later proved valuable in helping each other find work.