Remote tuition on DJing and Music Production

Taught one-to-one through video call

Student benefits:
  • 1-2-1 tuition for quicker learning
  • support landing the first gig and getting signed

5 star rated

One to one tuition

DJ gigs & networking

1 HOUR TRIAL LESSON NOW £15

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 £15.

How to get started

Getting started is very simple. The steps are:

Purchase a course

There are a variety of courses available for all skill levels.

Schedule your lessons

You'll receive an email with a link which allows you to schedule your lessons. Alternatively, you can contact us and we'll schedule them for you. You can schedule lessons at your own pace. There are multiple available time slots every day of the week, from 10 am to 10 pm.

Receive your certificate

Once you complete your course, you will receive a certificate of graduation.

Remote tuition

We have a selection of remote tuition available on different topics.

Intro to DJing

6 x 1 hour lessons, Taught 1-2-1 online
£ 360
  • Initial consultation to set up the video software
  • 1-2-1 with a tutor who specialises in your genre
  • Choose Rekordbox / Serato / Traktor
  • Choose your own lesson times
  • All lessons recorded and sent to you for revision
  • Refine your mixing skills
  • Build your artist profile
  • Release your first mix

Intro to music production

6 x 1 hour lessons, Taught 1-2-1 online
£ 360
  • Initial consultation to set up the video software
  • 1-2-1 with a tutor who specialises in your genre
  • Choose your own lesson times
  • All lessons recorded and sent to you for revision
  • £££'s off on production software
  • Build your artist profile

Custom lessons

£ 60
  • Initial consultation to set up the video software
  • 1-2-1 with a tutor who specialises in your topic
  • Choose your own lesson times
  • All lessons recorded and sent to you for revision

About remote lessons

Remote lessons are taught over video call. You’ll need some equipment for them.

Video call

We use state-of-the-art video call software. This allows you and our tutors to share live video of your computer screen and live audio with each other.

In this way, we can see exactly what you’re working on and vice-versa. We can tutor you as though we were right next to you in a real studio.

The program is free and we always call you prior to your lesson to help you get it up and running.

Equipment

You’ll need your own equipment at home for remote lessons.

For music production, you need a computer that’s able to run music production software and plugins. We recommend a computer (desktop or laptop) with at least 4GB of RAM and an Intel i5 processor or equivalent.

For DJing, you’ll need a DJ controller that can be connected to your computer.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

What we cover via video lessons

With video lessons, we can cover the vast majority of everything we can cover with in-studio sessions. For example:

Music Production

We can share in high definition our screen and audio directly to you, and walk you through production and DJ techniques and theory.

Mixing

You can send us your stems and watch us mix your track while we explain the steps we're taking along the way.

Mastering

We can screen share a master session of your track and walk you through every step we're taking to get professional mastering results.

DJ techniques

We have point of view cameras above our DJ set up, and we can stream directly to your computer and walk you through techniques like we would in person.

Rekordbox

We can cover any topic related to using Rekordbox and other DJ programs.

Mix evaluation

We can listen a mix you have made and analyse it, then show you ways in which you can improve your future mixes.

Artist development

Learn how to optimise your social media and online presence using marketing tools, and strategic campaigns to maximise the reach of your music.

Industry knowledge

Learn how to approach promoters, stand out in your emails, and impress them when you land gigs.

Career building

Learn how to successfully get work from promoters, record labels and how to start earning a living in the music business.

Remote tutors

Alec Soren

Alec Soren

Music production instructor

Teaches in Milton Keynes and remotely

Alec Soren has over 10 years of experience working as an audio engineer. He received his music technology qualification from Westminster University. Since then, he’s worked as a professional audio engineer, remixer and mastering engineer for big brands such as Pukka Up, Flemcy Music and most recently, his own record label, Captum Records.

Locations

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

Remote

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.

Partners

Hush
Zigfrid von Underbelly
Egg London Nightclub
Ministry of Sound
Roadtrip & the workshop
London9s
Progbox digital
Flemcy Music
Captum Records
Itaca Ibiza

What our students say

Student DJ mixes

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.