“Through all of his artistic endeavors, Cullinan delivers a pro-music message that is creative, educational and fun.”
Teaching isn’t just a casual interest for Reach owner Cory Cullinan. He’s Director of Recording Arts at Regis University, teaches recording at Stanford University summers, was an elected member of the Recording Academy Board of Governors serving on the Education Committee, and is a former award-winning high school Arts, Communication & Technology Department Head. Explore Cory’s teaching in detail here.
The author of a Master’s Thesis in Recording Arts Education, Cory thinks the best way to learn is to do. So Reach students are also composers, recording engineers and entrepreneurs by design. We don’t just learn here — in order to truly reach, you must risk and publish in your field.
Learn to run a five-room recording studio and mobile recording rig. Learn Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Sibelius, and more. More importantly, learn to successfully produce music in a complex and holistic recording environment like Reach Studios — from managing gear, to managing a schedule, to inspiring musicians to give their best performance.
Songwriting & Composing
Learn composing, songwriting, arranging and orchestrating from an award-winning, chart-topping songwriter and oft-commissioned musical theatre and orchestral composer whose Honors for his Music degree at Stanford was for composition. Learn the technology to write and score your music. After writing your masterpiece, you can record it at Reach too.
Cory’s hailed as an entrepreneur by the European Business Review; failed at lots yielding lessons learned; secured a million dollars of investment in his art; received a salary from an international corporation to function as an independent artist; booked national tours; secured hit songs and film placements; made his own websites and marketing; and owned several companies and a studio. He’ll teach you to always get out there and always learn.
Speaking Of Learning…
Here are some free virtual teaching video Cory developed for courses at University of Colorado Denver and Regis University.
Module 4: Microphones, Spaces & Placing Sound
Module 6: The Complete Project — Planning to Mixing
Module 1,567,321: Recording Woodwinds & Running A Session
Basic Musicianship: Major Tetrachords Drill
Basic Musicianship: 1/31/23 Class Video For Covid Classmate Crew
Basic Musicianship: 2/3/23 Class Video For Covid Classmate Crew
Basic Musicianship: 2/7/23 Virtual Class by AWOL Teacher
Basic Musicianship: Circle Of Fifths
On to Composing & Licensing…