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Downsides to regional auditions?

flaucinauciflaucinauci Registered User Posts: 80 Junior Member
edited January 2011 in Music Major
I'm in the midst of scheduling auditions right now and figuring out which schools are going to be live, regional, or recorded. I'm just wondering, are there any negatives to attending a regional audition as opposed to a live audition? If specifics help, I'm talking about Lawrence Conservatory and the Chicago College of Performing Arts @ Roosevelt. Are most regional auditions just video-recorded and sent back to the school for review? And if that's the case, then isn't it easier just to send in a CD/video? Any help is much appreciated.
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