Why study Music Production at BIMM Institute Birmingham?
Our Music Production courses in Birmingham range from our Diploma to our BA (Hons) Electronic Music Production and BA (Hons) Music and Sound Production courses – and even our range of Music Production joint honours degrees. Take a look at some of the reasons why you should study Music Production in Birmingham.
Expert Music Production Lecturers
Our Music Production lecturers at BIMM Institute Birmingham know what it’s like to live and breathe the world of music. Take a look at some of the lecturers below who will be teaching you one day and producing albums with some of the world’s greatest artists the next:
Dr Paul Rogers, Course Leader, Music Production
Dr Paul Rogers is a composer, producer & sound artist. His research interests include acoustic ecology and noise composition. Paul holds a PhD in Sound Composition and was previously awarded a Masters in Studio Composition from Goldsmiths University of London.
Steve Osbourne, Senior Lecturer, Studio Production
Steve started his career at Trident Studios before moving on to work as a remixer alongside Paul Oakenfold. Since then, he’s produced albums with New Order, U2, Happy Mondays, Elbow, Doves, Placebo and many more eminent artists.
Gary Charles, Music Production Lecturer
Gary is an interdisciplinary artist and electronic music producer, exhibiting work including moving image, sound art and performance. His solo work as The Static Hand has been released on a number of independent labels including remix work for Berlin-based imprint flash Recordings. He has also composed sound and music for artists, film, theatre and contemporary dance productions.
Incredible Music Production Facilities
At BIMM Institute, we supply you with state-of-the-art facilities throughout your Music Production degree in Birmingham so you can take your skills to the ultimate level. And things don’t get much better than flexing your talent in our professional-level recording environment.
The dedicated studio control room features an array of analogue and digital equipment, such as an Audient ASP8024 analogue mixing desk, Pro Tools HD recording system, and numerous analogue and digital outboard processors and effects – exactly as you would find in a professional recording studio. The studio Apple Mac Pro is also equipped with all the industry-standard software packages such as Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Native Instruments, Melodyne and hundreds of third-party plugins.
We also have two Mac suites that offer 20 of the latest Apple Mac computers with all the industry-standard software installed, such as Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Ableton Live, Native Instruments, Melodyne and hundreds of further third-party plugins and software instruments, In addition to the iMacs, we have Audient audio interfaces, controller keyboards and Ableton Push controllers so you can translate your performance into the software world.
Birmingham’s Music Scene
On top of our expert Music Production lecturers and incredible, cutting-edge Music Production equipment and facilities, you’ll also be based in one of the most creative cities within the UK.
You’ll study in a city that’s inspired many talented and influential music producers, such as Preditah, Birmingham grime producer Darx, Bibio, Despa Robinson, and many more.