Music Production has in Sweden become a more and more important subject in school and higher education. The general aim of this paper is to outline some new demands that this puts on the training and work of music teachers as well as new tasks for suppliers of music production software and music technology. Recent research indicates that the young Swedish music production students of the millennials generation generally have a limited interest in questions concerning audio quality and technology. On the other hand they show some generic abilities that only highly skilled professionals had a generation back, such as understanding of rhythmical complexity, extensive repertoire knowledge and musical expression skills. The young producers hold the musical content as the most important in a production. For music production teachers the subject involves many technical problems as well as ethical issues. And even if some suppliers of music production software now show a growing interest in the educational market, more research as well as cooperation between educators, researchers and the industry are needed for future development.