Event Details

Event date: 
26 March 2022
Event time: 
Venue Address: 
76 Salusbury Rd, London NW6 6PA

Experience a taster of undergraduate  study at ICMP in our state-of-the-art music production facilities in Queen's Park, led by one of our Music Production tutor's Charlotte Hatherley.

What to expect from the event

Hosted at our new Queen’s Park Campus, you will be immersed in professional studios during your two practical workshops.

During the day you will become familiar with industry-standard hardware in a modern studio set up, plus in-the-box (ITB) software and digital audio workstations (DAWs) like Pro Tools, Logic Pro and Ableton Live. Our tutors are music industry professionals who will be showing you some sessions and talking you through the courses on offer.

You will have a chance to gain valuable practical experience, working in the studio to record on the day. With lots of opportunities for questions and demos of equipment, you will be hands-on from the beginning.

You'll learn all about studying an undergraduate music production degree at ICMP and will have plenty of opportunities to have your questions answered by our team. 

Meet Charlotte Hatherley

Charlotte Hatherley is an established singer, guitarist and composer well known for being the guitarist for alternative rock band Ash.

As an experienced musician in the realm of music production, Charlotte has worked on the music for a variety of prominent projects, including writing the score for director Gavin Rothery's 2014 sci-fi short film The Last Man.

Joining us in 2019, Charlotte has brought with her a wealth of arrangement and performance expertise to our students. She currently teaches on our newly introduced BA (Hons) Music Production for Film, TV and Games programme.

Agenda for your visit at Queen's Park

When Activity
11am Welcome talk
11.30am Production & Arrangement Workshop
1pm Break for lunch
2pm Live Recording Workshop
3.30pm Finish for the day







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Great producers change the way the world listens

If you’re looking to turn heads with your own unique production style, ICMP’s pioneering approach to music education will provide everything you need. Our Music Production students all benefit from fully equipped Audient and SSL recording studios, Mac Labs, world-class gear, an exceptional team of tutors, masterclasses, exclusive events, collaborative opportunities, and a curriculum that covers studio and live work, engineering, composition, advanced skills, business, and professional development.

To completely immerse yourself in your music career, chat with our friendly Admissions Team via email enquiries@icmp.ac.uk or give them a call on 020 7328 0222.

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