Vocational (Level 3)
WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF AFFORDABLE RECORDING TECHNOLOGY, THE TRADITIONAL CAREER PATH OF WORKING FULL-TIME IN A RECORDING STUDIO IS BEING REPLACED BY A MULTI INCOME STREAM APPROACH.
To carve a career in the music industry you need to be able to record, compose, create sound design, remix, produce, and work collaboratively with other music creators. This course will give you the skills and knowledge to work in the music industry.
- DAW production using Logic
- Multitrack studio recording techniques
- Music and sound for media
- DAW mixing and mastering techniques
- Commercial music production.
Junior music producer or engineer, remixer, junior sound designer, music studio assistant, sound engineer, film/TV composer.
Music Technology and Production, Digital Music, Sound Arts, Music and Sound Production, Sound (for film and media).
At least five GCSEs at grade 4 or above, including English Language. Grade 5 Music Theory is useful but not essential. All students are required to attend an audition and will be given the chance to play examples of their recordings or sequences.