Abbey Road Institute Sydney is a specialist music production school offering a one-year CUA60520 Advanced Diploma of Music. The collaboration with Australia’s top recording facility Studios 301 gives you direct access to the community of engineers, producers and music industry professionals in Sydney.
Join a practical, hands-on music production course studying a wide range of skills that cover everything from the technical aspects of making music to developing creativity and confidence in a studio setting. You’ll spend time in both the classroom as well as gain access to dedicated production suites at Studios 301: The perfect place to work on your personal projects, assignments or collaborate with other students. Start to practice on industry-standard equipment and software including ProTools, Logic Pro and Ableton Live.
You’ll have the opportunity to run studio sessions, participate in songwriting camps, and attend regular live music and networking events. This will allow you to build a strong portfolio of work and a network of professionals while you’re studying. Our students are following their career paths in a variety of music industry jobs including mix engineer, composer, recording engineer, music producer, live sound engineer, mastering engineer, songwriter, game audio specialist, music and sound designer, sound editor, staging crew, music technician, radio broadcasting, musician and artist.
During this journey, you’ll have the opportunity to create connections that matter, through collaborations, workshops, events and more. You’ll learn from veterans of the audio industry, actively working music producers and engineers, meet a range of people from different backgrounds and with different skillsets.
Choosing to study at Abbey Road Institute is a life-changing decision – what unites us is a love for music and passion to create.
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Before I was at Abbey Road, it was easy to write a song, and get a singer. But the songwriting process doesn’t work like that. It was important to understand vocal production, writing, and music. It should all happen simultaneously.
Abbey Road really helped me with the foundation of audio. It’s an overwhelming subject at first, but [the course] really breaks it down and really makes it digestible.
The time I spent at Abbey Road Institute helped me transform my skills. I came from a bedroom producer who made music as a hobby to an audio professional.
Abbey Road was the perfect stepping stone into my professional career as an artist and audio engineer.
Studying the past year at Abbey Road has been phenomenal. The teaching staff are top notch and I now have a community of people to draw on who are as obsessed with music as me.