ICMP students will become some of the first in the world to enjoy access to new audio processing tool FiDef.
ICMP has an exclusive UK partnership with the company to offer the new mastering system, designed to enhance track quality, to students.
With recent masterclass guest Andrew Scheps as patron and our Music Production patron Gary Katz as Executive Advisor, the system is being praised by some of the best in the industry including multiple Grammy winner Al Schmitt and producer Elliot Scheiner (Eagles, Beyoncé, Foo Fighters).
All ICMP students will have access and can upload unlimited tracks during their time with us.
Jason O’Bryan, ICMP Music Production Programme Leader, said:
FiDef is a revolutionary audio processing algorithm endorsed by many of the world's notable audio professionals. The FiDef system adds a sub-audible modulated noise source to processed audio resulting in an improved listening experience, the system makes listening less fatiguing allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the experience."
He continued: "We are proud at ICMP to be one of the first education facilities in the world currently offering our students access to FiDef processing. Hearing is believing!"
The new system will be launched with an event on 5th March at 11.00am in 101B and all our students are welcome.
Jason Tomlin (co-founder) and Gary Katz will present the system to students and answer questions. There will be several workstations set-up for students to try it out and attendees are welcome to bring their own audio files and headphones.
Visit fidef.com for more information.
Study Music Production in London
If you're keen to follow your passion and carve out a career in music production or sound engineering, then why not join us here at ICMP? You'll learn in our state-of-the-art music production facilities, from some of the best tutors in the business, and also gain insight and advice from regular masterclass guests such as Andrew Scheps.
Speak to our Admissions Team who can help find the right course for you, call them on 020 7328 0222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.