Music production tuition and career opportunities

Become an expert music producer in 12 weeks

Get tuition on advanced topics such as synthesis

Get your track signed

5 star rated

One to one tuition

DJ gigs & networking


For a limited time only, as an introductory offer to Soundflow Music Academy we are offering new visitors a 1 hour lesson on DJing or music production for only £25.

Music production tuition

We have music production courses for every level. This includes complete beginner, to professional.

The courses are taught by professional music producers who’ve charted Beatport top 20 multiple times and who’ve worked with big names in the industry. They’re also taught one-to-one.

This means that you’ll be learning things that are tried and tested in the industry. You’ll also be learning in the most efficient way possible.

Beginner to expert in 12 lessons

If you want to become an expert music producer, as fast as possible, then check out the Music Production & Sound Engineering course.

It consists of 12 lessons, 2 hours each, done over 12 weeks. It teaches you everything you need to know to go from complete beginner to expert music producer. It includes topics such as working in your DAW, sound design, sampling, effects and much more.

It’s taught in most of our locations.

Intro to Music production

Want to get started with music production quickly and easily? The Intro to Music Production course is for you.

Soundflow Music Academy Music Production

Other topics and advanced learning

If you’re after something else, have a look at custom lessons. With these, you can learn any music production topic you’re interested in. You can even use these to make your own custom course.

Everything else

For more information on all of the tuition we offer, please see the tuition page.

Networking events

Getting a track signed is very important. It’s one of the first steps to becoming a professional music producer. Afterwards, it’s easier to get more tracks signed. Record labels see that you’ve already done it. This helps set you apart from the competition.

The problem is that it’s difficult to get your first signed track. Record labels get hundreds of tracks every week. They don’t properly listen to all of them. So it’s unlikely that they’ll sign you if they don’t know you.

The best way to get through is to have a personal connection. We can help with that. At Soundflow, we provide networking events and contacts with big record labels. These connections help a lot.

Why learn with Soundflow?

There are many reasons to choose Soundflow as your learning platform.

One-to-one tuition

Whether remote or in the studio, tuition is one-to-one so you can learn learn as fast as possible.

Learn at your own pace

You can schedule lessons at your own pace. There are multiple available timeslots every day of the week, from 10 am to 10 pm.

Track record of taking students from beginner to professional

We've taught hundreds of complete beginners that went on to become professional DJs and music producers. Just see some of the student testimonials!

Learn from seasoned professionals

Our instructors have DJ'd all over the world and have residencies in popular venues such as Ministry of Sound in London. They've produced, mixed and mastered for multiple touring DJs and record labels such as such as Ben Pearce, Holly Tandy, Cassimm and Pollydor.


We offer tuition in our professionally equipped studio in Milton Keynes. We also offer remote tuition.


We offer music production and DJ courses that are taught remotely. They’re done one-to-one with an instructor over video call. Don’t worry, our instructors will help you set up and get connected in the initial consultation.


Zigfrid von Underbelly
Egg London Nightclub
Ministry of Sound
Roadtrip & the workshop
Progbox digital
Flemcy Music
Captum Records
Itaca Ibiza

What our students say

Frequently asked questions

For the majority of our courses, you don’t need any previous experience with either DJing or production. Some of our advanced courses require previous experience, but they’ll mention that in the course description.

If you’re taking lessons in the studio, then you don’t need any equipment at home.

If you’re taking remote lessons, or want to practice at home, then you’ll need some equipment. For music production, you’ll need a suitable computer. We recommend a laptop or desktop with at least 4GB of RAM and an Intel i5 (or equivalent) processor. For DJing, you’ll also need a DJ controller which can be connected to your computer. If you’re unsure whether you have the right equipment, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

After graduating a course, you’ll get a certificate.

Some of our courses come with additional help. This can include networking events with record labels. It can also include support with landing your first DJ gig.