Music Production & Engineering Program (MPEP)
The MPEP Training Program teaches low to no-vision people interested in music production foundational components of recording studio functions, while acquiring the ability to utilize new skill sets on an independent level.
When each learner begins the program, he or she will be introduced to the studio/classroom environment as it relates to its basic functions – moving about in the control room/sound booths, training room, personal needs, etc.
I See Music offers a variety of training options for visually impaired individuals interested in gaining skills in computer and/or audio technology. Our current offerings are listed as follows (please click on the links for more information):
State Of Illinois Official Approval
I See Music LLC is officially permitted and approved by the State of Illinois Board of Higher Education under the Private Business and Vocational School Act of 2012.
Transferability Of Education
The rehabilitation received in the MPEP Training Program is a solid foundation for any advanced training that a learner would be interested in pursuing upon completion of the training. This program is a non-degreed program with no transferable certification offered at this time.
Qualifications & Requirements/Complaint
- The learner has to be blind (low to no vision).
- The learner has to have the ability to use a computer keyboard.
- The learner must show the ability to meet financial requirements.
- The learner can be of any age.
Illinois Board of Higher Education/Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools
431 East Adams Street, 2nd Floor,
Springfield, IL 62701-1404
+1 (217) 557-7359
Founder, Owner and Director – I See Music, LLC
I See Music, LLC
605 Reed Street
P.O. Box 219
Beecher, IL 60401, United States of America
Phone: +1 (312) 810-1001
Email: info at iseemusic.com
Hours: M-F / 9:00am – 5:00pm Central Time
Student Success Data
Currently, there are six out of six students that have successfully completed MPEP. They are currently in the process of acquiring clients that are in need of studio engineering services. One of the students is actually in the process of spearheading his own business, which happens to be a recording studio that will service the needs of his community.