Our Mixing & Mastering Course is for learners who want to really get to grips with the art of mixing & mastering in a class size of no more than six. If your mixes are lacking clarity, depth, and punch, then our Mixing and Mastering Course is for you. Our lessons are jam-packed full of classic and innovative mixing techniques, tips and tricks shared to you by our GRAMMY®-winning sound engineer, Aamir Yaqub. This music production course is for people who are ready to take in and experiment with the concepts and techniques to make a massive improvement to their music, saving a fortune on engineers and studio time. Suitable for all DAW users and all genres of music.
We use Fabfilter third party software on the course itself, which will run in all popular DAWs. It is not important you own them for your course if you are using Logic, Pro Tools or Ableton, but we highly recommend them. If you wish to make a purchase, all GMP learners worldwide qualify for a 50% discount.
Total class time is 36 hours where you can ask a question and bounce off of your tutor and fellow learners exactly when you’re feeling inspired, or…confused! This is why some say that there is no substitute for music production courses in person.
If you miss any sessions due to holidays or illness, we will do our best to engineer it so you can come back on a future cycle of your choice to catch up. All courses come with extensive notes put together by our expert course developers, and you also get an industry recognised certificate on successful completion.
Many learners these days prefer to use their own laptops on our courses for things like getting help customising their set-up, and they have their project exactly as they left it in class to work on at home. So we made the course more affordable, but added a £50 supplement for learners who wish to hire an iMac loaded with software. Please ensure you book an iMac when you book your course if you need one. Controller keyboards, headphones, and audio interfaces are always provided for everyone.
See what recent learners thought of the course at the bottom of this page. You may recognise a name or two on the list!
EQ, Environment, Acoustics, and Separation
Reverbs, Delays, and Other FX
Vocals, Automation and Getting Creative in the Mix Process
Mixing Electronic Music
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