Certified Music Producer Program

Certified Music Producer Program

This class totals 120 hours, dedicated to giving the avid student the capability to create and produce professional-sounding songs in their genre of music. Via a mix of hard work, timely mentoring and hands-on learning, participants have their own completed project by the end of the course.

Never more than 10 participants in a class. These will be like-minded students who, along with an excellent selection of instructors, will share, challenge and inspire you to bigger and better results. This all happens in a relaxed and fun online setting of highly-focussed learning, writing and producing – and, who knows, maybe even leading to successful co-writing partnerships of the future!

Use the ‘SCHEDULE’ button below to request more info on our classes and upcoming planned schedules in LA in PT and NYC in ET. One of our placement experts will follow up with information and find a time for an assessment call to get you in to the most suitable program we have for you.

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