Music Production

Music Production at Kamata School is highly regarded as a top music production school in Africa. The training at Kamata Music Production School is highly known locally and abroad. We train Music Producers from Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana, D.R.C., South Sudan, Ethiopia, Malawi and Ghana. The entire world has felt our contribution to remarkable musicianship across Africa.
Job Opportunities

Graduates in music production can pursue careers in various fields, including recording studios, music production companies, live sound engineering, and audio post-production for film and television. Opportunities also exist in music technology development, sound design for video games, and multimedia projects. Additionally, graduates are qualified to work as lecturers or researchers in higher education institutions, or within companies involved in music software and hardware development, as well as independent music production and distribution.


Music Production and Sound Engineering training are conducted in semesters. Each semester takes three months. The student shall take two semesters to cover Piano lessons, Audio Production Software, Audio Programming, Audio Referencing, Recording, Mixing, and Mastering, and submit a Music Project.

These are skill-based classes aimed at making you good at digital and live music creation, studio acoustics, recording, mixing, and mastering. Upon completion of the first two semesters, the student may proceed to Entertainment Management and Sound Engineering training in 2 other semesters.

Class Frequency

Classes take place three days a week. The days are agreeable between the student and the instructors for Piano lessons and Music Production. This is an ideal plan for working, studying, and residing in Nairobi. We have morning, afternoon, and evening classes.

Class Length

Each Piano, Music Production, or Sound Engineering lesson lasts 1 hour. We typically do double sessions meaning most of the classes last for 2 hours. More time may be set aside for practical work by students - this entails music creation, studio set-up, making audio tracks, and recording artists. Students also undertake assignments and class projects.


The teacher constantly assesses the students' progress to guarantee a comprehensive understanding of the concepts. Students shall sit for a C.A.T Exam. Practical skills account for 30% of your grading, C.A.T. 30%, and Exam 40%.

Music Production Class

Upon completion of Piano, Music Production, Entertainment Management, and Sound Engineering classes, we allow our students to exercise their skills in the marketplace via industrial attachments.

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Program Details
Type Of Course:

Integrated Master


2 Semesters / 3 months Each

Mark of the last classified* (2023/2024)

1ª Phase 184.5

2ª Phase 192

* Information only related to the Call for Applications

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