PS Audio: How do up and coming audio designers learn the art of designing high-end products that communicate with our emotions?

Paul McGowan writes:

Teaching art

Any competent artist can paint a pretty picture.

Any competent engineer can design a good sounding audio product.

It takes an artist to paint something that grabs our emotions and speaks to our souls.

It takes an artist to design a piece of audio equipment that connects us emotionally with the music when other equipment does not.

Creating something that communicates directly with our emotions is truly an art, but fortunately one that can be learned.

My son Sean runs a non-profit in Denver called the Denver Art Society and his mission is to teach children art in a world where public funding for such things is shrinking.

How do up and coming audio designers learn the art of designing high-end products that communicate with our emotions?

How do we even let the world know this art exists?