Learn to produce your favourite style of music
This innovative unique EDEXCEL approved Music Production diploma is designed for people wishing to embark on a career in music production. No previous experience of music production, recording studios or the use of music production software is necessary to study this course.
You will learn the essential production techniques needed to produce in your favourite genre and former students have gained employment in recording studios, production companies as well as releasing their own material.
“get ‘real world’ experience of the recording environment”
You will be taught in our brand-new, purpose-built, air conditioned recording and production studios. This is a practical ‘hands on’ course where you will be exposed to the very latest music production equipment and software at all times during your course. This EDEXCEL approved diploma in Music Production is perfect for those looking to study outside of a classroom based environment in a central London location.
Get ‘real world’ experience of a recording environment
During the course you will be exposed to the ‘real world’ experiences of a recording and production environment where you will record, produce and remix artists on course projects and assignments. The business side of music is also covered where you will learn about record company formation, royalties, copyright and publishing
Choose your preferred music production software
You have the option of choosing your preferred music production package to work with for the duration of the course and can be Apple Logic, Cubase, Ableton Live or Pro Tools. Book your course in November and receive a FREE copy of Logic X!
Learn the latest production techniques taught by professional producers
This 6 month part time course can be taken on weekdays, evenings and even Saturdays, or can be accelerated to 6-8 weeks if studied on a full time basis. All aspects of music production and creation, mixing and sound engineering are covered including the following topics:
- Introduction to production and recording studios
- Music Production techniques
- Sound manipulation and synthesis
- Modern recording techniques
- Remixing techniques
- Software and hardware mixing
- Mastering techniques
- Music industry roles
Connections, signal flow and integration
- Signal flow, equipment set up and integration
- Principles of sound
- Understanding DAW functions and tools
- Audio editing and manipulation
- Creating software instruments
- Sampling techniques
- Song analysis
- Listening techniques
- Drum programming and editing
- Creating basslines
- Layering techniques
- Sound manipulation
Songwriting and arrangement
- Composition and remix techniques
- Songwriting techniques
- Song arrangement and structure
- Sound design and synthersis
- Using hardware synthersisers
- Utilising hardware controllers
Modern recording and mixing techniques
- Microphone techniques and placement
- Multi track recording
- Recording vocals and acoustic instruments
- Level mixes and stereo imaging
- Use of equalisers and filters
- Creative use of effect processors
Mixing and mastering techniques
- Using compressors, gates and limiters
- Creating software and hardware mixes
- Sub grouping techniques, stem mixing and summing mixers
- Understanding mastering techniques
- Using multiband compression
- Preparing final masters
Book your place on the Music Production diploma
Start date: September 2017
Duration: 6 months part-time, one full day per week 10am – 4:30pm, additional study time is also necessary
or £1,698 for first installment*
Please note; paying by installments incurs an admin fee of £98 which is included in the total cost shown.
Music Production courses
I had a limited knowledge of music production technology and wanted to fast track my learning. The course content was tailored to suit the type of music that interested me and my tutors were really patient and understanding. I think the course offers great value for money and would highly recommend.
Music production beginners
I’ve DJ’ed a while I wanted to take the step into producing my own music. The course taught me how to listen to music in a different way and although my main musical interest is electronic music I found the engineering element of the course fascinating. Lessons were tailored to fit my work rota which was great. Thanks Colin.
Music Production Diploma
I have always been interested in music and decided to enrol on the music production diploma. The schedule really suited me as I could only study during the evening or on Saturday’s due to work commitments. My tutor was talented and very inspiring and I really enjoyed my time at London AMP. Would recommend!
Music Production Diploma