Music Production Lessons

Music Production Lessons

Find professional music production teachers local to you by searching the international teacher database. Enter your address and select your chosen instrument to find local or online teachers.

An Array of Technologies Taught

All of the Music Production teachers within our teaching community can offer lessons in different production skills, recording software and different genres.

If you’re looking for Music Production lessons, after using the database to search for production lessons in your preferred geographical location; look through the list of our Music Production teachers.

You can look through their profiles and see what production skills they have and can teach, the recording software they and use genres they specialise in as well as what levels and abilities they teach.

You can also see if there are any teachers that can teach online via Zoom etc, if you prefer online lessons, or if they offer in person lessons too.

Production teachers can help with exam prep, particularly any help with college or university courses, but you can also check this out on their profile too if you are looking for a teacher to help you work towards an exam or graded unit. It doesn’t have to be predominantly focused on exams or course work however, if you want to learn production for fun, our production teachers can help you learn how to use a DAW, provide you with production and recording skills and help you in finding the right equipment to buy for your own studio at home. They can give you the confidence to get started and help you with the complexities that can come with production, particularly mixing and mastering. This can be discussed with your teacher in order for you to find the best place to start.

Learn New Skills

Lessons can be tailored to you, to exactly what you’re looking for. Whether it’s something very new for you, starting completely from scratch or if you’re looking to pick lessons back up after not producing music for a while.

Whether you’re looking for your child to start learning Music Production or if it’s something they themselves would like to start learning. Whether you’re looking to work towards a graded unit or exam in college or university or want to start learning production so you can produce music yourself.

Whether you’d like to learn as many production skills as possible, learn how to use different DAWS, get help in finding your sound as a producer or brush up on skills you already have and want to work on again, we’ve got you covered.

There are many teachers on here who offer different options suited to what you’re looking for and to what level you’re at, if you’re a beginner, more intermediate or even advanced; our teachers can tailor lessons to help you in achieving your goal, whatever that may be.

Our teachers can help in honing in on what it is you’re looking to do, building a plan towards achieving that goal and then helping you to develop and achieve milestones along the way.

We cover an arran of different technologies, enabling you to build new skills and knowledge suited to all aspects of music production.

There is no age limit, whether you want to start learning at 60 or if you want your child to start learning Music Production at 10, our teachers teach a whole range of ages from 5 and upwards. Whatever your age, level, experience, goal; our teachers can provide assistance in finding what it is exactly you’re looking for.

Join our teacher community to offer in-person and online music production lessons to students who enquire on MusicTeacher.com.

Are you a music production teacher?

Join our ever growing community of music teachers with instruments ranging from piano to drums to brass and wind instruments and so much more. As the numbers of students grow, we’re looking to add to our database of Music Production teachers so more people have the chance to learn how to produce their own music or in order to create their own production business.

Teachers can either choose to teach in person or online lessons or both, whatever suits you. You can teach from your home, a studio space you may rent or you can choose to travel to your student to teach them.

If you feel that this is something that you would be interested in, please do get in touch to find out more, we’d be happy to help provide more information on how you could become part of our professional platform of fantastic teachers from all over the world! To apply to join our teacher community simply click here.

What Would I Need To Get Started With Starting My Own Home Studio?

There are several things you would need to make sure you have in order to start building your own home studio. A lot of it is down to preference too, some producers use Apple products such as a MacBook Pro or an iMac, which usually provides you with GarageBand for free.

GarageBand is a DAW, a DAW is a Digital Audio Workstation. This is a software programme that you would use to record music with. GarageBand is an easy one to use, it has everything you need to get started and plenty of instrument patches already on it that you can use to record with. Other people like to use a Windows laptop.

Once you have that, you would want to make sure that you get the right DAW that works for you. If you’re starting out and have an Apple product, then maybe GarageBand or Logic Pro X. Or maybe Reaper if you have a Windows laptop. Ableton is also a hugely popular DAW that a lot of producers and DIY artists use for electronic music.

There are other creative benefits of using Ableton in that you can use sample pads that you can create cool beats and loops with. Ableton is usually also used with a Mac. If you wanted to go up a level, perhaps Pro Tools would be a good idea, however it can be quite complex so it wouldn’t be recommended to start off with that. As well as your Mac/laptop and DAW, you would also need to get an interface.

An interface is a device that would plug into your laptop or computer, you can plug your guitar, bass, piano etc and mic directly into the interface which would record directly into the DAW. There are several interfaces that are good to start out with. Focusrite interfaces are always good to begin with as they’re so easy to use.

A Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 2nd/3rd Gen interface is always a good one to start off with. It has 3 direct inputs and a headphone input and it will plug directly into your laptop.

Headphones are also something you’d need. The best headphones for studio use are closed back, over the ear and noise cancelling so the sound from the headphones aren’t picked up via the mic. Having a good pair of headphones is important to hear the finer details and nuances you might not hear if through speakers. Sennheiser headphones are always good to start with and new usually affordable if you’re on a budget.

You would then need to download a driver for the interface to work with the DAW, Focusrite usually have free downloadable drivers on their website. You would also need a set of studio monitors, which are speakers that you can use to listen to your music as you go. KRK Rokit monitors are the most popular that a lot of producers have as they have a clear, natural and balanced.

Lastly, you would need a mic. A good mic to start out with would be the Rode NT1-A cardioid condenser mic, the perfect mic to start with, if you’re on a low budget too. It usually comes in a package with a pop shield, shock mount and an XLR cable to plug it into the interface.

You would need to also buy an isolation shield that would sit behind the mic so that it isolates the sound being recorded and that any external noise would be reduced. You may also want to think about sound proofing your studio if your mic does pick up an external sound from outside the room but also to sound proof the room from any sound getting out if you have any neighbours.

Lastly, a midi keyboard would be a good option to go for too. You would plug this straight into the laptop or interface via a usb cable. You can use this to record piano or even programme other instruments. It’s also a lot smaller than using a full piano and you can carry it around and record anywhere with it as long as you have your laptop. In conclusion, to start building your own studio you’d need;

  • Laptop/PC
  • DAW
  • Interface and Driver
  • Headphones
  • Monitors
  • Microphone including Pop Shield, Shock Mount, Cable
  • Isolation Shield
  • Sound Proofing
  • Midi Keyboard

Once you have all these, you’re ready to go!

Music Production Classes

As well as searching through the teacher database you can also find one of our regional music hubs, where you will be able to find information about a professional music production teacher in your area.

Music Production Centres in the United Kingdom

Liverpool:

Ted White is a professional music tutor located in Liverpool. He offers professional production tuition for all ages, running Music Production Lessons Liverpool to help students of all learning abilities develop new skills.

Online Music Production Lessons

Ableton Lessons:

Lewis Campbell provides Ableton Lessons online to students based all around the world. His individually tailored approached to teaching ensures that his students learn the techniques and skills that they are interested in using.

Logic Pro X Lessons:

Isabel Lysell offers lessons specifically focusing Logic Pro X Lessons to students of all ages and abilities. These lessons are provided using online services like Zoom, Skype or FaceTime.