The Abbey Road Institute was launched in London in March 2015 to prepare students for careers in the music industry, operating from purpose-built, newly constructed studio facilities at the world-famous Abbey Road site in northwest London. The Institute offers vocationally oriented courses with a mix of theoretical and practical modules in music production and audio engineering. The first intake of students was in September 2015, on a 12-month course which leads to an Advance Diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering.
Abbey Road Institute Teaching Space:
Because of our reputation as an industry leader, GIK Acoustics was chosen by Matt Ainsworth of Academia Technology Group to treat several classrooms and production rooms. Pleased with the results, Abbey Road Institute Managing Director Luca Barassi partnered with GIK to treat S6 Studio.
Abbey Road Institute, S6 Studio Treatments:
- 6A Alpha Panels and Monster Bass Trap on the back wall
- Corner CT Alpha Bass Traps in back corners and Tri-Trap Corner Bass Traps in front corners
- red Spot Panels on side walls and black Spot Panels on the front wall
- 242 Acoustic Panels on the ceiling
“We are delighted to work with GIK Acoustics,” said Luca Barassi, Managing Director of Abbey Road Institute. “Their products and expertise have allowed us to set up one of our studios very quickly and with great results. The wide selection of colours, sizes and modularity of their panels were a major factor in our decision to use GIK products.”
GIK Acoustics President Glenn Kuras added, “It is an honour to collaborate with the Abbey Road Institute. Their wonderful programme and ethos corresponds with our initiatives to educate and energize the next generation of music makers.”
About Abbey Road Institute
Abbey Road Institute is a new educational initiative from Abbey Road Studios offering a unique audio engineering and music production programme. The Institute will provide students with the highest standard of theoretical teaching mixed with a unique approach to studio education. The curriculum is divided between three main areas: audio engineering and acoustics, management and music business, music theory and production. The course incorporates the vast technical and creative heritage of Abbey Road Studios to help students learn not just what equipment, techniques or microphones to use but why and how to use them. There are currently six institutes – London, Berlin, Frankfurt, Melbourne, Amsterdam and Paris with more planned. Abbey Road Institute London has dedicated studio facilities located within Abbey Road Studios. The course is full-time and taught over 48 weeks. Applicants can apply now for September 2016 intake.
Abbey Road Institute
Managing Director UK
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