The World's Boutique
Music Production School
Start producing the electronic music you love at a quality level in our intimate class setting. From diving into top music production software, to mastering and completing your own project. This boutique-style program in small class sizes serves as a comprehensive and hands-on experience. Gain invaluable tips and techniques from our superior roster of instructors, who are invested in your progress.
Our Ableton Music Producer Program is designed for aspiring electronic music producers ready to get serious with their beats using Ableton Live, and take them from zero to music producing hero in no fewer than 120 hours (+ studio time) of top-notch training and mentoring in Ableton Live Suite, in a broad selection of schedules.
Designed for the aspiring songwriter/producer to take them from fiddling around in Garage Band to producing and writing professional sounding songs of popular genres of music in Logic Pro X. The total course length is 120 hours (+ studio time), and is a combination of hands-on learning, and mentoring. By the end of your course, you will have completed your EP to show off along with your official Apple Logic Pro X Certification.
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We also offer shorter 36-hour music production courses, delivered in New York by the same award-winning instructors, for people who just want to learn to produce quality, professional sounding music, by choosing from our music production courses ‘menu’ exactly what they want, just 36-hours at a time. From an introduction to music production for complete beginners learning Logic, Ableton, or Pro Tools for the first time, to accomplished professionals in all genres of music who prefer real interaction and structure to learn the latest music production software, or learn a new area of music production including mixing & mastering, and sound design & synthesis, but don’t want the pain of reading indecipherable manuals and magazines, or to trawl through inconsistent online video courses.