Introducing the world’s first Music Production Graded Syllabus.
The Benchmark for…Music Producers
Rockschool Music Production was built with academic grounding and industry relevance in mind. Every practical, theoretical and aural test has been written and developed by industry professionals to give students an unrivalled level of academic grounding.
From a diverse range of production techniques, to highly relevant technical DAW skills, the Rockschool Music Production syllabus gives aspiring engineers and producers everything they need to progress and succeed in the industry.
Designed to meet the needs of all aspiring recording engineers, electronic music producers, mix engineers and mastering engineers, Rockschool Music Production caters for anyone interested in understanding the complete range of techniques and skills essential to modern music production.
From Grades 6 to 8 candidates can tailor their learning to their strengths, choosing their area of specialism, from Audio Production, Electronic Music Production and Sound for Media.
We recognise that Graded Music Exams should be accessible and relevant to a range of backgrounds and abilities so the coursework / exams are suitable for all music production software.
Rockschool Music Production has been designed so you can study in your own time, giving you ample time to develop a wealth of skills and techniques that are highly relevant to today’s industry.
Please note the OLD Music Production books are suitable for the old-style exam.
If you would like to do the NEW Coursework-style exams (60% of the assessment is done at home prior to the exam) please buy the Music Production – Coursework Edition books.
For a school, bulk discount please contact Fiona on email@example.com.
The syllabus will assess in the core areas of Music Production, giving students an unrivalled skill set that’s tailored to the demands of the industry.
A mixture of highly relevant technical DAW skills, alongside a range of industry-focused tasks in all areas of production
Theoretical understanding, from music production terminology to sound and audio fundamentals
Key listening skills, including a diverse range of production techniques, audio fidelity, stylistic awareness and basic rhythm and harmony
The Music Production exam dates for 2019 are:
3-14 July, enrol before 3 June
4-15 December, enrol before 28 October