If you are looking to learn more about your chosen area of practise, then our Tutorials might just be exactly the answer you need. For more information on any of the below, contact us today. Here are the subjects we cover.

Music Production

Lots of aspiring music producers get bogged down by some of the complexities of producing music and the ‘in the deep end’ nature most starts in the industry tend to have. We can help! Some key areas we cover include:

  • Music Theory
  • Digital Audio Workstations
  • Plugins
  • Analogue Production
  • The Technical Stuff
  • Practical Work

Sound Engineering

Whether it’s in a studio environment, at a local venue or at the biggest festival in town, Sound Engineering has multiple applications and as a result, can be quite difficult to get to grips with when starting out. Let us talk you through the basis, or indeed the more advanced stuff if you require it. Here are some of the key topics we focus on, at all levels.

  • The Equipment
  • Your Job / Role
  • Troubleshooting
  • Signal Flow
  • The Industry
  • Practical Work

Music Theory & Performance

Designed to cater for bands or groups aiming to better their live sound, our Music Theory & Performance tutorial blends the theoretical reasons you may not be sounding your best, with just plain old practise, eliminating those bad habits along the way.

  • Adequate Monitoring
  • Tuning
  • How To Practise
  • Good Habits
  • How To Sound Tighter
  • Practical Work

DJing & Live Sound

While our music theory & performance tutorial caters for bands and live musicians, our DJing and Live Sound tutorial caters to the learning needs of DJs. From local venues, to mobile gigs, to larger clubs, this tutorial covers everything you need to have a good understanding of the industry. Some of the key areas of study include:

  • Music Genres
  • Mixing
  • Sound Systems
  • Mobile DJing
  • Your Role as a DJ
  • Differing Types of Gigs
  • Practical Work

Radio Broadcasting

Radio is a hugely attractive medium and millions of people tune in to their favourite radio station on a daily basis. Many people feel they would like to get into radio, but don’t know where to start. Our Radio Broadcasting tutorial covers some of the following areas:

  • Music Based Programming
  • Speech Based Programming
  • Research
  • The Irish Radio Industry
  • Practical Work