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Music Production HND & HNC



RSL information about Music Practionners




The Recording Workshop UK – The longest established Music Production tutorial college in the world.

Internationally Accredited Music Production Courses & Sound Engineering Courses for all levels in west London.

Come to a free open evening event to view the studios & meet the tutors on Tuesdays from 18:00 to 18:30. To register click here

Find out about the TRW sound engineering & music production courses. Free.
Starts: 10/17/2017 06:00 pm
Ends: 10/17/2017
Duration: and 30 minutes
Unit 10, Buspace Studios, Conlan Street
W10 5AP
TRW Music Production School Open Evening

Looking for sound engineering courses & music production courses to start or further your career in Sound Engineering or Music Production?

If you’re totally new to Music Production and Sound Engineering but have always had a passion to get involved in music recording, or you are a musician whose played in a studio but has been kept well away from all that ‘technical stuff’. Nobody wanted to show you what’s going on anyway and you have never been on any sound engineering courses or music production courses. Take a look at our 8 week part time Sound Engineering & Music Production Foundation course.

If you are really serious about Music Production then take a look at our Sound Engineering & Music Production Diploma courses.

The Recording Workshop is accredited by ISI. International students can apply for a general tier 4 student visa to study Sound Engineering & Music Production at TRW. More details here.

Graduates have worked with members of The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd & David Bowie’s band among others.

What if you are a Frustrated Musician, Engineer/ Producer or DJ?

Take a look at our DJ Tutorial courses, music production courses and sound engineering courses. You’ve already had some experience, but you are frustrated by not being able to get a great sound from your mix? It doesn’t matter how hard you try, after all the ‘advice’ you’re given, what music software or hardware equipment you buy or who you hire in terms of studios, engineers or producers, you just don’t get the sound you want. Despite reading sound engineering & music production articles on how to get a great sound or watching videos, the dream of actually hearing for real what is ‘playing in your head’ eludes you.

More sound engineering & music production tools used in our courses

mixing in studio 3 in TRWUK music production courses

Well it does not matter what background you have from total beginner to professional musician or someone who already has some sound engineering experience, here at the Recording Workshop sound engineering courses & music production courses we can train you from the ground up. Keep up to date with new courses and information 

What can the Recording Workshop courses do for me?

We offer sound engineering courses & music production courses with training that is amenable to everyone regardless of age, experience or culture and ensure to the best of our ability that you leave us with a definite plan to move forward in your career or hobby, whether it is to get work in the music industry, or set up your own studio or simply have a better understanding of the music production process.

Will it be a Small Studio with 20 or more Students all trying to get a glimpse at what is being demonstrated?

Absolutely NOT! Having attended sound engineering courses & music production courses such as these ourselves we totally understand how frustrating it is when you just cannot see

music production & sound engineering courses class

learning music production at TRW

exactly what is going on. It’s a waste of your time, the teacher’s time and more importantly your hard earned cash. So we restrict the number of members to a maximum of five per session, or a maximum of two people per workstation on the advanced courses.

music production courses equipment

music production desk in studio 2 at TRWUK

Let’s take a brief look at the sound engineering courses & music production courses we have on offer. For further information on each sound engineering course or music production course, click the links either here on this page on in the right hand column.

The TRW Sound Engineering Course & Music Production Foundation Course

This course is for everyone, even for those who feel they have a reasonable knowledge of the basics. You would be amazed at some of the gaps in your knowledge which you might not realize you have, and that could be one of the main reasons you are struggling to get the sound you so desire. In this course we take you step-by-step though all the equipment you would expect to find in an audio recording studio, explain how it works and you then have a chance to use it yourself. We start off with analog or traditional equipment and then move onto computer based digital audio. Once you have completed this course you can then move onto the TRW advanced sound engineering courses & music production courses.

Music production courses & Sound Engineering courses at The Recording Workshop

Practice period for the Sound Engineering & Music Production Diploma course

You will also be using one of the sequencers above (usually Cubase or logic) to put this track together and this will help you appreciate how the equipment works together. Past students have included many professional DJ’s, artists, A&R personnel from Warner Music, BMG Publishing, Mother Records, Polygram, Jive Records, Nude Records, Island Records, Parlophone & EMI Records, Independiente & Decca Records etc….producers as well as novices all of whom have found it very useful. Students have had placements in studios such as Mayfair, Metropolis, Sphere Studios, The Dairy and the BBC.


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