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Performing, recording, mixing, arranging – whatever area of music production interests you, Edge Hill will give you the opportunities to master your skills.

With three recording studios and links with producers and other established professionals across the industry, you’ll always have something new to learn. And with our practical assessments, you can focus on what’s most important to you: making great music.

On this page you’ll find 360 tours of our facilities, videos and features to give you an insight into what it’s like to study Music Production at Edge Hill.

Facilities

Facilities for music production students are located in the £7million Arts Centre and £17million Creative Edge.

Our music production and audio post-production studios come equipped with AVID ProTools HDX digital recording systems with C|24 control surfaces, as well as Waves and IK Multimedia, and a range of microphones.

A dedicated Mac lab provides access to the latest audio software, such as AVID ProTools 11, Apple Logic X, Propellerhead Reason 7, Adobe SoundBooth CE, AVID ProTools 11, Native Instruments Komplete Ultimate, and Sibelius.

There are also recording studios and several dedicated rehearsal and practice rooms where you’ll have access to electronic keyboards, a range of acoustic and electric guitars, effects modules, practice amps, and a selection of grand and upright acoustic pianos.

Creative Edge 360 image tour

Arts Centre 360 image tour

Videos and vlogs

Performance, recording, mixing, arranging – whatever area of music production interests you, Edge Hill will give you the opportunities to master your skills. With three recording studios and links with producers and other established professionals across the industry, you’ll always have something new to learn.
An Edge Hill University student talks about their experience of studying a Music Production degree.

What our students think

Thomas Armstrong

I never imagined that one day I’d be sitting in one of the country’s most famous studios, with a producer who had worked with Paul McCartney, mixing a track that I’d written in my bedroom!

Thomas Armstrong

BA (Hons) Music Production

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