Music Production course & Sound Engineering Course Start Dates and Fees – Online booking links

Scroll down this page of music production course & sound engineering course titles & click on the coloured links for the start date,price & payment button of the course of your choice.

All music production course & sound engineering course prices stated include V.A.T. 

Music Production Course & Sound Engineer course – Short Part Time Courses

Extended Part Time Sound Engineering & Music Production courses – part time (4 to 10 months)

Music Production course & Sound Engineering Course Start Dates and Fees – Online booking links

Scroll down this page of music production course & sound engineering course titles & click on the links in blue for the start date,price & payment button of the course of your choice.

All music production course & sound engineering course prices stated include V.A.T. 

Music Production Course & Sound Engineer course – Short Part Time Courses

Extended Sound Engineering & Music Production courses – part time (4 to 10 months)

 

Music Production course & Sound Engineering Course Start Dates and Fees – Online booking links

Scroll down this page of music production course & sound engineering course titles & click on the coloured links for the start date,price & payment button of the course of your choice.

All music production course & sound engineering course prices stated include V.A.T. 

Music Production & Sound Engineering Full Time Diploma & Certificate courses starting dates and prices

Cursos prácticos a tiempo parcial (cortos o largos)  y a tiempo completo  en los que se abarcan todos los aspectos sobre la producción musical, ingeniería de sonido y tecnología musical todo ello en grupos reducidos.

PROCEDIMIENTO DE MATRICULA PARA EL DIPLOMADO DE TRW Y VISA DE ESTUDIANTE

En activo desde el año 1989

Cursos a tiempo completo de ingeniería de sonido y producción musical, de 1 y 2 años de duración, necesarios para acceder a la industria del sonido y la grabación como ingeniero de sonido profesional o productor, ver más

 

Cursos tiempo parcial de ingeniería de sonido y producción musical, de 2 años de duración, por las tardes o fines de semana, ver más

Algunos de los alumnos graduados en el estudio, han trabajado recientemente con The Sugarbabes, miembros y ex miembros de la banda de David Bowie, The Beach Boys, AC/DC, Pink Floyd y The Rolling Stones!

 

  • No existen requisitos de entrada
  • No se necesitan conocimientos o experiencia previa en producción musical o ingeniería de sonido.
  • Solo 5 estudiantes por curso. De esta manera hay mayor acceso al equipo. (Otras escuelas o universidades tienen una media de 15 a 25 alumnos por clase, lo que conlleva una gran dificultad de acceso al equipo dentro del estudio)
  • Precios muy competitivos, ver más.
  • Programa especial de cursos para la producción de música Dance. Ver más
  • Programa especial de cursos para la producción de música Rock/Pop/Acústica. Ver más
  • Certificado otorgado a la finalización del curso a tiempo parcial. Diploma en el caso de los cursos a tiempo completo además de proporcionar prácticas en empresas.
  • Estudiantes no Europeos también son bienvenidos.

 

Estudio de grabación totalmente equipado y continuamente actualizado con equipo analógico y digital de 48 pistas. 3 estudios y 2 salas de directo.

  • Aprendizaje trabajando con el equipo.
  • Información gratuita de los servicios ofertados.
  • Existen libros relacionados con interesantes descuentos.
  • Facilidades en los planes de pagos.

Fácil acceso en coche desde el centro y las afueras de Londres, existe también acceso para discapacitados.

 

 

Fundado en 1989, The Recording Workshop es una de las escuelas de ingeniería de sonido y tecnología musical más antiguas del Reino Unido. Los cursos son totalmente prácticos dónde se aprende usando el equipo del estudio. Todo el material es proyectado en una pantalla de 52 pulgadas y de esta manera los alumnos puedes seguir fácilmente lo que está siendo demostrado en todo momento. El enfoque que se le da a las clases está centrado en la comprensión en lugar de aprender de memoria, además de animar y estimular al alumno a experimentar y desarrollar su propio estilo y enfoque de la producción.

Impartido por profesores de clase mundial experimentados en ingeniería de sonido y músicos que combinan más de 28 años de experiencia en la enseñanza y 60 años de experiencia en la ingeniería de sonido.

The Recording Workshop ha mantenido deliberadamente pequeñas sus dimensiones desde que empezase hace 20 años. El principal énfasis está en seguir un tipo de enseñanza cercana y accesible con el minimo jerga.

Ubicado en el oeste de Londres desde 1989, THE RECORDING WORKSHOP ha proporcionado cursos certificados de media jornada y de jornada completa en todos los aspectos de la Tecnología y producción musical e ingeniería de sonido a más de 3000 alumnos. Los cursos prácticos proporcionados están centrados principalmente en la grabación multi-track tanto digital como analógica, edición digital, MIDI, técnicas de secuenciador, síntesis del sonido, técnicas para el uso de micrófonos incluyendo percusión en vivo, sampling, mixing, efectos, producción, etc.

Se aconseja también sobre la compra de equipo y material de estudio y también sobre cómo montar e instalar estudios.

Entre antiguos alumnos diplomados en el estudio se encuentran DJ´s profesionales, artistas, personal de la Warner Music, BMG Publishing, Mother Records, Polygram, Jive Records, Nude Records, Island Records, Parlophone & EMI Records, Independiente & Decca Records etc.

Productores musicales, así como personas que están empezando en el sector lo han encontrado muy útil e interesante. Algunos de los estudiantes que completaron sus cursos, han sido contratados en estudios de grabación como Mayfair, Metropolis, Sphere Studios, The Dairy y la BBC.

How to chose the right music production course at TRW.

Most people who start off on their career in music production think in terms of which software to use not realising that all software is based on the assumption that general recording studio functions are already familiar such as:
  • Waveforms
  • Shelving EQ
  • Parametric EQ
  • Time delay based effects (reverberation, echo, phasing, etc)
  • post & pre fade busses.
  • Insert points.
  • Envelope Generators.
  • Compression/limiters
  • Noise Gates/Expanders/Companders
  • Analog/digital/hardware/software Mixing desks.
  • MIDI control change commands.
  • MIDI program commands
  • Control surfaces
  • Analog vs digital systems.
  • And a lot, lot more.
Unless you are familiar with all these aspects then you are not really ready to learn how to professionally use a Digital Audio Workstation such as Ableton Live, Cubase, Logic, Pro Tools, etc.
Similarly if you want to improve your mixing, professionally record live instruments or program synthesisers & samplers you will need to know this stuff.
The TRW Music Production Foundation Course covers all these points. We strongly recommend that everyone do this course regardless of how much or little experience they have had. We have been running this course for 27 years! We know what we are talking about.
For details & enrolling please follow this link: https://recordingworkshopuk.com/music-production-course-foundation
Please note there is a maximum of 4 people per class so they fill up quickly!

TRW Disability Strategy

 

The College Disability Statement sets out the way in which we support learners with disabilities.

 

The College will, wherever possible:

  • Provide an opportunity to discuss and assess student’s access requirements before they join the College.
  • Help with the provision of specialist equipment, support and aids, including special exam provision where necessary.
  • Co-ordinate and monitor any additional and flexible support both in and out of the classroom, i.e. assist with note taking, reading and, in workshop sessions, providing a communication support worker as necessary.
  • Try to ensure the College is made accessible to all students.
  • Make worksheets, packs and assignments accessible to students with varying ability levels or with a disability.

Our Commitment

The Recording Workshop aims to offer a student with special needs the same educational opportunities as everyone else. This policy outlines the ways in which The Recording Workshop addresses the needs of disabled students. It is to be read by prospective and current students as well as members of The Recording Workshop’s staff.

Central to the Student Disability Policy is the intention to take account of individual need and to work with disabled students to find appropriate and practical solutions to problems that might arise.

The College follows the guidelines by UKCISA and also refers to the Disability Discrimination Act part 4 and the Code of Practice for Post 16 Education. The Disability policy for The Recording Workshop has been designed referring to the guidelines mentioned in the UKCISA.org.uk.

Background

Under Part 4 of the Disability Discrimination Act, Higher Educational Institutions must not discriminate against disabled people. Higher Educational Institutions have a duty to not treat disabled students less favourably than non-disabled students, and a duty to make reasonable adjustments for all disabled students, including international students, to ensure that they are not placed at a substantial disadvantage in comparison with someone who is not disabled. Indeed, paragraph 2.6 of the Code of Practice for Post 16 education states that

The Act applies to any disabled people (including those overseas) who are enquiring about or applying to a course, and any disabled students (including those overseas) attending, undertaking, or enrolled on a course.

Admissions and disclosure issues

We, at The Recording Workshop encourage students to disclose their disabilities before admission so we can try to meet their requirements. Definitions of disability and terminology used vary between countries; students may therefore not see themselves as falling within the categories described, or may not understand what information is being sought, therefore, our staff will explain in more detail at the time of admission, on the first contact with the college, on the application form or at exam time.

Pre-application information

All disabled students considering whether to apply to The Recording Workshop are encouraged to contact the college to find out about the range of services for disabled students. Students with a mobility difficulty are strongly advised to visit the college and discuss their requirements in detail before application. Applicants who declare a disability on the application form will be contacted by the College to seek further information. This is to help us put reasonable adjustments in place.

The Recording Workshop operates strict policies of confidentiality and will not pass information about a student’s disability between staff without consent of the student.

Confidentiality

Applicants and current students are not obliged to inform SIC that they have a disability and /or Specific Learning Difficulty, however all are encouraged to do so in order that we can provide the best and most appropriate advice and guidance possible.

If you are an applicant, any information you provide will be acted on only if we think that additional support will need to be arranged. Any provisions will be discussed with relevant staff and with you. You will also be asked on the admissions questionnaire if you will give us permission to pass on the information to those whom may need to know about your disability. We would advise you to allow this to happen in order to ensure the most appropriate support is discussed with you when you begin your course.

 

Applications from students with mobility difficulties

Some of the rooms are sometimes not fully accessible to students who are wheelchair users. The Principal will therefore ensure that certain procedures are followed when considering applications from these students. This is to ensure that access and emergency routes are established and necessary arrangements are made before a student arrives. If reasonable adjustments to buildings and procedures cannot be put in place we will inform the applicant in a timely manner.

Admissions Tutors who make an offer to a student with restricted mobility will notify the Principal as soon as practically possible.

 

If a student becomes disabled

If a student becomes disabled while enrolled at The Recording Workshop, or becomes concerned that an illness or other condition is having a disabling effect, they are advised to contact the college to discuss their needs.

Attend a free sound engineer & music production diploma taster session:

Come and try out a music production lesson for free.  

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Music Production Diplomas at TRW

For Dates, prices and enrollments click here.

We are approved by Rockschool (RSL) to provide their QCF Level 3 qualifications which is really great because their approach is very realistically grounded in what skills potential sound engineers and music producers need to acquire. These qualifications are the equivalent of several A levels and provide credits towards getting a place at a university.

On top of that we are also approved by Edexcel for their BTEC Music Production Higher National Certificate level 4 & Higher National Diploma level 5 qualification. This shows what level our training is equivalent to. This is a Higher Education (HE) college qualification as opposed to Further Education (FE) and is the equivalent of the 2nd year of a university degree. This means our graduates qualify to enter the 3rd or final year of a degree at a university.

BUT this course is different to the usual HNC/D courses delivered by universities and colleges.

  • No written work necessary
  • 95% of the course is hands-on practical.
  • All assignments based on practical work
  • Skills developed in Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Ableton Live, Reason, Multi track digital & analogue recording, mixing & mastering, synthesizer programming, sound design, designing & setting up recording studios and a lot more
  • The Recording Workshop has been delivering music production courses much longer than nearly any other college (25 years).
  • All tutors are industry professionals.
  • Caters of all genres of musical styles.
  • No more than 4 PEOPLE per course.
  • All facilities necessary for producing an album available.
  • Target is for all students to achieve a distinction.
  • Lots more….

Past TRW graduates are invited to apply for these qualifications.

Formal Nationally Recognised Music Production & Sound Engineering Qualifications

We are approved by Rockschool & Access To Music to deliver their Music Practitioner and Creative Practitioner level 3 qualifications.

The TRW level 1 diploma leads to a level 3 Music Practitioner Subsidiary Diploma qualification. This is to A level standard.

The TRW level 2 diploma leads to a level 3 Music Practitioner Extended Diploma. This qualifies for 180 UCAS Credits which qualifies for university entrance.

The TRW level 3 & 4 diplomas lead to BTEC HND level 4 and 5 qualifications. These are the equivalent of the 1st 2 years of a university degree. You are therefore be able to go straight into the 3rd year of a degree at university after achieving these qualifications.

Upcoming Events
  1. 2 months Music Production Certificate-February 2018

    6 February @ 14:00 - 17:00
  2. Music Production Diploma-February 2018

    6 February @ 14:00 - 17:00
  3. Synthesiser Programming

    7 February @ 14:00 - 16:30
  4. 2 months Music Production Certificate-March 2018

    6 March @ 14:00 - 17:00
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