Since 1996 M.M.S has lead the way in delivering the finest music production courses, audio engineering courses and DJ courses available in the UK today
For those who cannot study at the School in person, we provide online training courses through our online training portal.
Our music production courses are designed for anyone wishing to learn and master sound engineering, music production, and remixing techniques in the UK: from an aspiring music producer learning remixing tricks and audio engineering on the Industry recognised Steinberg Cubase and Apple Diploma Courses, through to a DJ making beats for their set on the DJ courses.
The range of music production courses on offer caters for total beginners as well as those who want to build on existing production skills.
We are the only Music Technology and DJ School in the UK providing FREE music production taster courses.
You are welcome to come along to a Free Music Production Course, they run the last week of every month, or why not try out one of our Weekend DJ Courses?
Our Ableton Live courses are available in two options: Ableton Live Beginners Course or Ableton Live Advanced Lessons And Training.
Too far from the school? Or do you simply wish to study from home? Why not STUDY ONLINE? through our online training portal, Ableton Live online courses, Native Instruments Maschine,Reason 5 and Reason 6 are online right now.
We hope to see you soon… Either at the School or online in our virtual classroom. Enjoy the website - there’s lots to check out.
If you have any questions feel free to contact the School, or come down for a personal tour of the facilities… you may even get a cup of tea or coffee!
Music Production Course News
Free Max For Live Ableton Push Aftertouch Plugin
8 August 2013, 1:13 pm
Over the coming months the MIDI School’s Max for Live specialist Matthias Matzer is going to be creating some very useful Max4Live Plug-Ins for you to use in the studio...
How to make ‘Jack’ by Breach pt 1
6 August 2013, 11:11 pm
The track ‘Jack’ by Breach is interesting in more ways than one. It is an example of when underground music becomes too popular for the niche few, and spills over...