Why study Music Production at BIMM Institute Brighton?
By studying Music Production in Brighton you’ll have access to the expert lecturers, facilities, and collaborative, like-minded people needed to turn your passion into your dream career.
Our Music Production courses in Brighton 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 are BIMM Institute Brighton know what it’s like to live and breathe the world of music production. Take a look at some of the lecturers who produce albums with some of the world’s greatest artists in between teaching you all they know.
Matt Hodson, Course Leader, Music Production
Matt’s involvement in the music industry spans a range of disciplines including performance, composition and studio production. He’s also an experienced computer music specialist with a successful career over the past decade in music production and education.
Ally Jowett, Deputy Course Leader, Music Production
Ally is a record producer, composer, musician and audio engineer who works out of Brighton Electric Studios. He has written and produced music for a range of record labels and publishers including Universal Publishing, Rough Trade, Island Records, Mutant Jukebox and Indaba Music.
John Gallen, Senior Lecturer, Music Production
John Gallen has over 40 years of experience in sound recording, production, artist management, live broadcast, mixing for film and composition and16 years of experience of teaching music production at degree level.
Incredible Music Production Facilities
At BIMM institute, we supply you with state-of-the-art facilities throughout your BIMM Brighton Music Production course so you can take your skills to the ultimate level. Throughout our Brighton colleges, we have four Mac Suites (also available for general study) equipped with Recording Booths and the latest versions of Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton DAWs and multiple plugins.
As a Music Production student, you’ll be able to mix and master your own music in our newly refitted SSL and Adam Audio Mix Suite. Of course, you’ll also be able to use Brighton Electric’s Professional recording studios facilities as part of your course.
Brighton’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 a city with an impressive musical history and inspiring current music scene. You’ll study in a city that’s inspired many talented and influential music producers, such as the legendary Fatboy Slim, Krafty Kuts, Etch, Freemasons, and many more.