Song to Studio

One time only!  Pro Tools Bootcamp for ACT School Students!  


Song to Studio

Do you record music at home and trawl the internet looking for ways to improve your production skills?

The Song to Studio session is like having your own personalised mix consultant. It’s a lesson on production techniques, delivered in the same way a musician learns from their music teacher.

Please note this program is for people 18 years and over.


  • FREE  two hour session, with a studio engineer providing feedback on your mix.
  • Sessions run from 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Tuesday evenings.
  • Sessions will be available from Tuesday 28th July.
  • Participants must be 18+
  • Studio engineer will provide feedback on one song per participant. (see FAQ below).
  • To apply, fill out the webform below. Staff will contact you to schedule your session.


What’s included:

  • Practical tips on workflow and use diagnostic tools to help navigate concepts including frequency masking and phase coherency.
  • Feedback on recording technique, mixing and arrangement.
  • Along the way we’ll show you handy tools and techniques for ongoing improvement.
  • A minimum 1 hour of feedback for each participant.
  • With COVID-revised room capacities, each session is limited to two participants, plus the studio engineer. This is a great opportunity for highly personalised feedback on your mix.


What to bring:

  • At a minimum, bring a stereo .wav file of your full (or work in progress) stereo mix.
  • For better quality feedback, bring individual .wav files on a mac formatted hard drive.
  • (Optional) Bring your laptop if you’d like playback off your own DAW.
  • Have a reference track in mind that we can listen to via Spotify for further discussion.



For frequently asked questions, please read this PDF.


To register:

To register your interest in participating in this program, please fill out this webform.

Once you have submitted the form, staff will contact you to schedule your session.

If you have any questions about the program, please don't hesitate to contact


Updated:  23 September 2020/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications