Recording, arranging and producing your music

What we offer

We offer a range of mini courses and masterclasses to help you learn recording, producing and mixing techniques. There are also opportunities to learn how to integrate samples and loops in to your live performances.

Musician recording music in a studio

Mini courses and recording in our studio

Ableton Live and Logic Pro X mini course

Introduction to Logic Pro X 

Learn the basics of recording and arranging with Apple’s industry standard software Logic Pro X, ideal for singer-songwriters, bands and composers.

Help for advanced Logic users is also available on the course.

Introduction to Ableton Live

Learn the basics of Ableton Live including how to use integrate it into live performances, plus learn how to create your own samples and loops and craft them into well-produced tracks.

Ableton Live and Logic Pro X sessions run in four-week blocks, two to three times a year. Sessions are usually taught in groups of up to five on CfM's iMacs.

The sessions normally run on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Centre for Music on our Frenchay Campus.

Producing, arranging and mixing

An excellent follow-up to both Logic and Ableton courses. This course helps you to take your skills to the next level, learning how to arrange and mix down your finished tracks.

Record your music in our studio

If you want to record your music you can do it in our studio.

Studio access 

You can book our recording studio if you're familiar with Logic and/or Ableton.

Please call CfM on tel: +44 (0)117 32 82067 or email cfm@uwe.ac.uk to book a session.

Record your demo

Get in touch with Geoff Widdowson at Geoff.Widdowson@uwe.ac.uk for more information or complete our recording request form

Recording and mixing in a professional studio

A perfect follow-up to the Logic course and for those already with some know-how, this rare mini course introduces you to the incredible recording facilities in N Block on our Frenchay Campus. 

How to book

To book on to any of our mini courses or studio sessions you need to become a member. Membership is free for students. Once you are a member you can book your place.

Current members can email cfm@uwe.ac.uk to book your place.