What We’re Doing About COVID-19
Tweed’s Fall 18-week Audio Production Program is scheduled to start on August 17, 2020, however due to the COVID 19 virus, the start may be delayed. We remain flexible and will begin this program, and resume our Workshops and Saturday Sessions, when the experts believe it is safe to do so. The safety of our students and staff is our paramount concern. Ultimately we will be able to begin and while the start date may move, now is the time to submit your application. We are currently accepting and receiving applications.
Tweed Recording continues to observe the advice from medical leaders, including “social distancing”, protective face coverings, etc. Compliance with government orders will always be the case at Tweed, and we will be taking specific precautions to address the health and safety issues of our students and staff. Like many organizations, we face a new reality and while no-one knows the perfect procedure, we are following advice from experts to do what we can to protect our students, faculty, and staff. Central in our efforts is our decision to accept fewer students than our capacity so that we provide more “personal space”. We are exploring best-practices sanitation and cleaning methods including the use of UV light sanitation in our learning spaces and contactless temperature portals at entrance doors.
The intimate and small nature of Tweed that we originally designed to provide a quality learning experience now has been intensified, benefiting the learning experience and limiting our entire population – students and Tweed staff – to around 20 people while in the program during the day. We’re confident this is a preferred environment for many students and parents.
Apply now to secure a seat for the Audio Production Program. Applying does not obligate you in any way. It does, however, establish your priority of acceptance into the program. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com. Thank you very much for your interest in Tweed Recording Audio Production School and please stay safe!
– Andrew Ratcliffe, CEO.
This course puts to use the concepts learned in Audio Fundamentals including signal flow, basic studio operations and procedures, microphones placement and usage, as well as integrating outboard gear with a large format console. This first level studio class will focus primarily on hands on setup and take-down of a variety of recording environments from a single source to large ensembles. Communication skills and studio etiquette are important to understanding the psychology of artists and musicians in a recording environment.
Our Response to COVID-19
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We are a group of music industry professionals with over 100 years of combined experience in the music industry. We’ve won Grammys and we’ve worked with some of the most famous and successful artists over the past 40 years, including Pink Floyd, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Etta James, Paul Simon, Derek Trucks, and Ornette Coleman to name a few. We are experienced in pop, rock, EDM, metal, R&B, jazz, blues, world, and gospel music. We want to pass on the skills we’ve learned ourselves to give you the skills to make a living doing what you love.
Why Learn With Us?
Develop a Full Suite of Music Production Skills
Learn by Doing
Our programs won’t have you sitting in a classroom. You’ll learn by doing, using professional grade equipment.
Understand the Business of Music
Make Music Industry Contacts
Create relationships in the music business that will last a lifetime and will help you as you advance your career.
Create a Sustainable Music Career
Make a career in music. We’ll give you the knowledge you need to create income for decades to come.
What Our Students Are Saying
The classes here are different because they’re more hands on instead of just lectures and it’s nice to be able to use a lot of different equipment. My instructors are cool and very knowledgeable in what they’re doing.