Study Music Production at Abbey Road Institute

Advanced Diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering

Abbey Road Institute London is a specialist music production school, offering an intensive one year course designed in collaboration with the team at Abbey Road Studios and our wider network of industry experts. You will learn from creative cutting edge producers, technical experts, business professionals and established and experienced names across the music industry. Our Abbey Road heritage is important in giving context to today’s music industry. You’ll learn about the evolution of the studios and how innovation at Abbey Road helped drive the music industry forward. Alongside the history and theory we put a strong emphasis on learning technical skills, so you’ll spend time both in dedicated lectures and independently working with ProTools and Logic as well as Ableton Live. Choosing to study at Abbey Road Institute is a life-changing decision and a once in a lifetime experience.

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Top 5 Reasons to study at Abbey Road Institute

  • Teaching by industry professionals and experts in their fields

  • Learn on industry standard equipment and gear

  • Masterclasses in Abbey Road's Studios

  • Small class sizes, tailored to your needs

  • Become part of the Abbey Road global network

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Audio Producer at RNIB

Meet alumni Andrew Glen

'Abbey Road Institute has really opened up a lot of doors. I started to think outside of the box while I was studying there. I started contacting musicians that I really admired, just letting them know I had studio time. I recorded two of those musicians; Terry Bickers (The House of Love) and Pete Fijalkowski (Adorable). Terry was the guy who made me pick up a guitar in the first place.'