British Tamil Music Producer Launches Summer Course
Music producer Charles Bosco has organised a summer course geared towards aspiring music
producers looking for experience and contacts within the industry.
Running between July and August, the course will offer the unique opportunity to learn about
all aspects of music production from Charles himself in his London studio, from composing new
material to arranging and mixing tracks using industry standard software such as Logic Pro.
The course will also teach vital business skills relating to the music industry that will give new artists
an edge when it comes to making contacts with the right people and making a name for themselves
and their music.
With over a million hits on his YouTube channel and known as the Tamil Timbaland, Charles Bosco
has made a name for himself internationally as an innovative music producer with a fresh sound that
has seen him produce music for both Tamil cinema and international artists such as Benny Dayal.
A track he co-produced for Benny Dayal earned the artist a nomination at the very first MTV Video
Music Awards, India in 2013. He is also one half of production duo Orange Truffle with UK R&B star,
and Bosco Studios regular, Arjun. He also works closely with new talent to create music projects that
bring their vision to life and allow them to grow creatively.
Speaking about what awaits those who enrol on the course, Charles said “They will get to meet
some of the artists I’ve been working with and also get time to ask questions and understand the
industry, all while getting the opportunity to work with professional equipment in my studio and
learn skills they can apply to their own music.”
Of particular interest to those who are eager to launch a career in music production, Charles will be
looking out for promising new talent. He said, “After the course finishes some of the best will get to
work further in Bosco Studios, either part-time or full-time.”
The rare opportunity to work alongside an internationally recognised music producer while gaining
experience and contacts within the industry promises to make this summer course popular amongst
hungry new artists eager to learn and establish themselves.
The course is open to those aged 16 and above. It costs £400 and runs 2 classes a week for 2 months
between July and August. To sign up, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with SUMMER
COURSE in the subject line.
The email should contain contact details and a portfolio of your music work if you have one.