Vous avez travaillé dur au sein d’Abbey Road Institute, profitant des expériences et des enseignements qui vous ont été apportés. Et ensuite ?
Ambitieux et motivés, nos alumni investissent les prochaines étapes de leur carrière dans l’industrie de la musique et au-delà. Les opportunités sont larges, du travail en studio pour différents types de businesses et start-up des milieux de la musique et de la culture, jusqu’aux initiatives indépendantes à travailler en free-lance sur divers projets, tous plein de challenge.
Nos anciens élèves de Paris rejoignent un réseau global, incluant tous les diplômés et nos partenaires de l’industrie. Cette grande famille venant de différents milieux, et ayant des talents propres à chacun, s’accomplit dans diverses carrières. Rassemblés à la fin de leurs études lors de la cérémonie de remise des diplômes, ils connaissent alors de nombreuses opportunités de collaborations et partenariats.
Fabian Brummel went straight to Galaxy Studios in Belgium for an intensive internship programme after graduating in 2018. He was immediately offered a permanent position at Galaxy as a full time mix engineer and sound editor, even before his internship was up. As a result, Fabian is currently working mainly in postproduction for some big movie projects.
In his own time he loves composing and is currently working on a couple of new music projects.
“From the moment I entered Abbey Road Institute Amsterdam it took me a total of 5 minutes to realise that I came to the right place. It has been one of the best experiences, meeting new friends for life from all over the world. You learn so much in just 1 year in this incredible environment, which has to be felt to be understood.”
Charlotte Adelle graduated from Abbey Road Institute Melbourne in 2017 and has now established herself as a standout vocal producer, producer and songwriter on the rise. In early 2018, she started to work at Studios 301 alongside senior engineer Simon Cohen (Justin Bieber, Starley, Thelma Plum, Illy) as his vocal assistant.
In a recent Alumni interview, Charlotte said “If you have a good can-do attitude… then you can achieve anything.” That attitude has shone through and supported her advances at 301. She collaborates with local Sydney artists as a writer, producer and engineer. Charlotte is using her platform to encourage other young people in her field to create a strong and safe community.
When she’s not collaborating with incredible Australian artists, she’s working on her own material as a singer/songwriter. She records her stunning voice and publishes the videos on Youtube and Instagram. Consequently, she is well on her way to becoming a name in the Australian music scene.
Find out how Charlotte navigated the industry after graduating in our alumni interview.
After her course at ARI, Gabriëlle started working as an assistant engineer at SARM Studios, where she worked her way up to become an engineer. Here, she engineered for Little Mix and most notably assisted on Madonna’s most recent album ‘Madame X’. Whilst at SARM, her first producer cut, Koffee ft. Gunna ‘W’, came out. She is now signed under her producer name ‘GG’ to Warner/Chappell and is Grammy nominated for her work on Masego’s album ‘Studying Abroad: Extended Stay’. Outside of her work there she also producing her own music to pitch to artists. Some of her highlights so far at SARM include working with American producer Jeff Bhasker (Kanye West, Jay Z, Mark Ronson), engineering during his writing sessions. Engineering has been her main focus since graduation, and Gabrielle also plans to maintain both work in production and songwriting as part of her future career plans.
You can find out more about Gabrielle’s experience at SARM in her interview on our blog.
Ramera Abraham is a London-based vocal producer and recording engineer. After years of ABRSM classical music training in piano in Manila, plus additional vocal and drum training, Ramera finished her undergraduate degree in Canada and pursued an Advanced Diploma in Sound Engineering and Music Production with us at Abbey Road Institute. Upon graduating from the Institute, she earned an engineering residency at Spotify’s Secret Genius studio with Berklee College of Music mentorship. There, Ramera dealt with daily studio operations while delving into the world of vocal production and engineering, often having to take on these roles with high-profile artists at the studio.
After her EQL Spotify residency, Ramera became a runner, then an assistant engineer at Metropolis Studios. At Metropolis, she enjoyed assisting producers and artists like Adele, Jess Glynne, RAYE, Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, Little Mix, MNEK, Sam Fender, and Elton John. After her time as an assistant, Ramera progressed into a freelance recording engineer role at Platoon, Apple’s music distribution and artist services company. She was also recently included in SheSaid.So’s Alternative Power 100 List, and is long-listed for Rising Star and Vocal Producer of the Year for the Music Producers Guild Awards 2023. Ramera has also taught several intermediate and advanced production, basic engineering, and mixing masterclasses with MPW. She has also taught masterclasses at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) College in London, the University of Winchester, and at her alma mater, Abbey Road Institute.
She has been creating vocal arrangements and writing harmonies from a young age and has been in the professional recording industry for nearly six years. Ramera has enjoyed working across other commercial studios such as SARM, Dean St. Studios, Denmark St. Studios, and Electric Lady. The majority of her work spans the pop and R&B genres. Find out more about Ramera Abraham on her website.
Stefan Roscovan is the first Amsterdam student graduating with distinction.
Stefan, born in a family of musicians in a small country called Moldova. He had been taking part in numerous singing competitions prior to studying at Abbey Road Institute in Amsterdam. As a result, he achieved over 20 winning trophies and toured 3 continents in countries including the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, Russia and Iraq. In 2016, he became a semi-finalist on Romania’s “The Voice” which began his journey into music production and engineering.
At the moment, Stefan works as an independent singer, songwriter, music producer, engineer and multi-instrumentalist based in London. He is the owner of the record label “Reflective Records” and works on freelance projects in mainly Amsterdam, London and Los Angeles.
“Every day spent here felt like I was better than the day before. It is beautiful to think in colours, mix with flavours and develop a unique way to listen and understand music. At Abbey Road is all about perspective and attitude. These things that are taught so well between the magical walls of the institute.”
Following his graduation, Dominic Parry worked as a full-time apprentice at leading audio equipment rental company Britannia Row Productions. Founded by Pink Floyd, Britannia Row has grown to become a global leader providing equipment for the London Olympics, Foo Fighters, Mumford & Sons and The Cure‘s tour. Dominic assisted in the 2019 Brit Awards as a stage technician for numerous performing acts including James Bay, Calvin Harris, Hugh Jackman, and P!NK. He has also worked on Andrea Bocelli’s world tour and the MTV European Music Awards. Dominic’s apprenticeship scheme at Britannia Row Productions continued the training he started at Abbey Road Institute. He worked for several months in each of the companies departments (Maintenance, Speakers, Cables, Rigging, RF, Digital, Warehouse Manager Assistant & Prep) whilst taking part in two 15 week training courses; Live Sound fundamentals and Live Sound Intermediate graduating with distinctions in both.
Despite COVID having cleared his calendar of potential work in 2020, Dominic was not disheartened but instead moved to New Zealand, who were COVID free at the time, to find stable audio work. There he freelanced for Oceania Productions on: All Blacks vs Australia Bledisloe Cup (Corporate Lounge), Aotearoa Music Awards (mic & backstage management) and Plane Sailing festival 2022 (stage tech). He also started as a Production Technician for Streamliner Productions where he was then promoted to Head Venue Technician for Sky City.
Dominic is extremely proud of his work in New Zealand, working on projects that hold extreme significance to Māori culture such as operating the audio for The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care in 2022.
Dominic is currently taking the Ableton Professional Certificate with Berklee Online, hoping to break into playback engineer roles in the future.
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Abbey Road délivre sa formation dans de superbes conditions. Des studios haut de gamme aux Master Class, son expertise est ancrée dans l’histoire de la musique.
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Abbey Road Institute bénéficie de 90 années d’expertise du monde du studio. Cette formation est une excellente opportunité pour toute personne souhaitant faire carrière dans les métiers du son.
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