I don't know if this is a missprint but I didn't say any of this. I don't get into the technical aspects of recording. You might mean to respond to someone else in this thread.
"I have been pretty successful in the business, but I attribute none of it to Full Sail," says Ryan Goldbacher, a 2005 Full Sail grad and the founder of Rain King Recording in Nashville. Goldbacher went so far as to post a video on YouTube that calls Full Sail a "scam," and his is one of numerous online rants by former students, some named and some anonymous, claiming the school is a big rip-off.
Did you read down into the comments where over 50% of them are his? At least he reveals the secret to why he has no need to run a reputable business - trust funds were set up for him when he was very young by his grandparents and parents which paid his whole way through Full Sail. That makes it pretty easy to claim you are a successful studio owner on the row that charges $10 an hour for time and Full Sail engineering skills.
The only thing I see he has been successful at is spending his trust fund.