Study Music Production And Audio Engineering At Futureworks

WE love all things audio here at Pillow magazine from the up-and-coming music artists we support, to the music made for film, TV and games – and the genius creatives behind it.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to make a difference in the music industry then Futureworks can help you make your dream a reality.

This School of Media in Manchester has a range of world-class courses in music production and audio engineering  to really help you get you noticed.


Courses range from 2 days to 3 years, and include undergraduate degrees, post-graduate courses and professional training for individuals and organisations.

Each course is developed to provide you with the skills and experience to help make your career in media a success.


During your time there you can take advantage of their outstanding facilities – the studios are open 24/7 for anyone who is leading a rock and roll lifestyle - and you’ll team up with film, TV and games students on collaborative projects.

Check it out if you are looking to become a first-class Music Producer, Recording Engineer, Mix Engineer, Post Production Engineer, Broadcast Engineer, Sound Designer, Composer, Mastering Engineer, Studio Technician or Acoustic Designer.

Visit the Futureworks site for more information on audio production courses.

Or to find out about the other courses in media including TV, film and games visit here.

Nick Connors – Changing. Recorded by: Sound Engineering student Tony Berriman in our Neve Studio. Video by: TV & Film students Andy McKee and Tom Bohan


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