Nick Whittingham

Music Production trainer

Based in
Hoxton, London, United Kingdom
Also teaches in UK
Nick Whittingham | Music Production trainer

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London based audio school, Point Blank is one of the leading providers of music production courses, audio engineering courses, live sound engineering courses, DJ courses and radio courses in the world. We are proud to have been voted 'Best DJ and Music Production School' by readers of DJ Magazine for the final 6 years of the award's existence.

By enrolling at our school, you are guaranteed to be in classes taught by an experienced professional producer. Our course developers and tutors include Grammy winning song writers and producers with record sales in the millions. They have produced for and performed alongside some of the most famous names in the music industry including Massive Attack, Bob Marley and Bjork.

Our courses are structured in a unique way which allow you to hand-pick the modules that interest you most, so we can create an audio course tailor-made to suit your desired path in the music industry. Each module is 3 months long. You can take individual modules, a combination of 4 modules (Merit Course) or a combination of 6 modules (Diploma Course). We also offer online audio courses for those unable to attend classes at the school.

Point Blank is accredited by the British Accreditation Council, and the courses themselves are accredited by NCFE, EdExcel and the Open College Network. We also offer a HNC BTEC Level 4 Course. Tutors are joined each term by guest speakers from record labels, publishers, management and other areas of the music industry. Recent guests have included Annie Mac, Pete Tong, Basement Jaxx, and A&R representatives from Sony BMG and Atlantic Records.


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.
Online teaching offered

Last login: 9 years 43 weeks ago

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