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Music Production

Music Production Courses - Recording

Monday 29 to Wednesday 31 July 2019
Caversham Music Centre, Queen Anne's School, Henley Road, Reading, RG4 6DX

10:00am - 4:00pm

Course fee only £95

Course Leader: Craig Tutton

This course is aimed at anyone who has an interest in producing music – you do not need to play an instrument. If you have a passion for music and you are keen to find out more about producing music and the technology available to music producers then you will enjoy this course.

You will learn how to record live instruments with a variety of microphones, look at aspects of mic placement, studio engineering and mixing. We will also be taking your recorded audio and producing it to a polished, radio quality sound. For those that play an instrument, there will be an opportunity to have your playing recorded on the first day of the course if you'd like to be featured on the recording.

Using the software package Logic you will:

  • Learn about microphones and mic placement
  • Using a mixing desk
  • Record different instruments and vocals
  • Understand audio wave forms
  • Mix different instruments together

You will be guided by experienced tutors on how to effectively record any instrument using equipment you could have in your home. At the end of the course you will leave with both the raw recording and produced work to compare the two.

You will get to meet and work alongside other local teenagers who are keen to learn about the same music production skills, giving you some useful local contacts that you can work with in the future.

This is an ideal course as a lead on to GCSE or A-level Music or Music Technology, or you can add the course to your CV to demonstrate your passion and commitment to developing a future career in music. Could this be your first step to becoming Britain's next top music producer?


Click here for a map to the location of Caversham Music Centre.

Essential information

  • Courses usually last three days - participants must attend all days
  • Registration is at 10:00am each day
  • Course ends at 4:00pm each day

Participants will need

  • A USB  flash drive memory stick
  • Headphones (optional)
  • A packed lunch and snacks to see you through the day


If you have any further enquiries please contact us using

Click here for a map to the location of Caversham Music Centre.

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