Graduating from Abbey Road Institute will put you in prime position to prepare you for the next step in your career. The skills, knowledge and creativity you’ll develop with us, mean that you’ll have opportunities available to you that you wouldn’t be able to access anywhere else.
Our graduates are highly sought after and progress onto a range of different careers within the audio and recording industry.
These are just a selection of the types of roles open to our graduates:
Audio Engineer for video and moving image
Live Sound Engineer
Post Production Engineer
We’re extremely proud of our first cohort of students who graduated in September in London and are now establishing themselves in the next stages of their careers. Scattered across the UK and Europe, in a range of different roles, from producers and engineers to undertaking internships, our alumni are working in studios and for a range of businesses in the music and cultural sectors.
Debbie recently secured a job at Metropolis Studios as a runner. Longer term: ‘My rather ambitious hope for the future is to be a music producer, in the Sylvia Massy sense, so anything that leads to that! I’ve also put my name down to volunteer at Music Producers’ Guild events, which will give me some experience in live AV work, and puts me in a room full of music producers, which can’t be a bad thing.
Since graduating Nash has been undertaking an internship at Denmark Street Studio, run by Guy Katsav, who also guest lectures at the Institute.
Chris is juggling two jobs, working both at Abbey Road Institute as a technician (a role we offer to one graduate each year) as well as at Sontronics, a microphone company as the product specialist. Alongside this Chris is working as a freelance audio engineer with plans to build his own studio in Dorset.
By day, you’re soaking in the knowledge of industry experts. By night, you practice what you’ve learnt in a playground of high-end studio equipment. What more could you possibly want?
Abbey Road Institute is not a school, it is a high end production studio with a control room full of learners.
When you come here, it’s all about being eager to learn, put in the time, and believe in what you do. Hard work pays off.
There is surely no better place to be when you are studying music production and sound engineering!
On the first day of the course it was clear that I had found my tribe; we’re like a family, and it’s uncanny how everyone gets on creatively.