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Overview

Passionate about creating music?

This is a very practical course, offering you the opportunity to develop your music production techniques through sequencing and production work in one of our Mac sequencing suites and 2 of the 3 professional recording studios, and the opportunity to learn in a live working auditiorium. This course is approved by the University of Arts London (UAL).

Course description

Our recording studios are built to a high standard, containing Audient, Soundcraft, Yamaha and Behringer professional analogue and digital mixing consoles, Logic X and Cubase software on iMacs and a large array of industry standard microphones.

This course is designed for students looking for progression onto higher education or a successful career in music production, studio engineering or live sound. Developing practical music production skills and techniques, through MIDI and audio sequencing, studio recording and live sound modules, is key to this course.

What areas will I study?

Music sequencing

  • Sampling
  • Remixing and production
  • Music arranging
  • Live sound
  • Studio mixing

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Course options

Age range Start Fees Duration Further Information
16-18 September | 2020/21 - 1 Academic Year(s) Any course under level 4 for 16-18 year olds is likely to be free.
19-23 (no level 3 qualification) September | 2020/21 - 1 Academic Year(s) Any course under level 4 for 19-23 year olds without a full level 3 qualification is likely to be free, please contact the college for further information
19-23 (with 1 or more level 3 qualifications) September | 2020/21 £3,500 1 Academic Year(s) You are eligible for an advanced learning loan; please visit our advanced learning loan information page to find out more.
24+ September | 2020/21 £3,500 1 Academic Year(s) You are eligible for an advanced learning loan; please visit our advanced learning loan information page to find out more.
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