Students studying music at undergraduate or postgraduate level have access to music practice and project rooms and performance spaces. We also have a production suite environment for audio pre- and post-production, as well as recording.
Facilities are located in the
Rolle Building on our city-centre campus. They are all accessed via key card, administered by the specialist technician in Rolle 012. Your can also borrow equipment appropriate to the modules and taught activities that take place within the department.
A full list of equipment available can be found on the SmartHub.
Additional recording facilities are also available in the
Music rehearsal rooms
All rooms are equipped with an Apple Mac Pro and industry-standard applications for music recording, composition and editing.
All rooms have Yamaha upright pianos, plus Roland electronic drum kits in rooms 008 and 009.
Music teaching and production
Rooms 014 and 105 are core teaching and performance spaces for the music programmes and offer a variety of configurations. They are home to the many musical societies supported by the
Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business.
These spaces also provide a production suite environment for audio pre- and post-production, as well as recording. Rolle 016 is connected to 016A and 015 via audio patch panels so recordings can be made between the spaces. Rolle 016A houses a Yamaha upright piano, while 015 has a grand piano.
Contact music suites
Room 012, Rolle Building, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, PL4 8AA
Monday: 09:00–17:00 | Tuesday: 09:00–17:00 | Wednesday: 09:00–13:00 | Thursday: 09:00–17:00 | Friday: 09:00–17:00