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Media Music Performing Arts

Free-Online-Learning-Courses Advanced-Learner-Loans-5 Havering-College-Achievement-Rates-2015
  • live room
  • logic studio
  • protools studio
  • hendrix
  • stockhausen

The course offers an exciting project-based approach where you will develop your musical/technical skills alongside like-minded musicians culminating in professional, industry-relevant outcomes that will form a portfolio of work to prepare you for Level 3 study. We’re proud of our community of musicians and creative artists and you’ll be encouraged to collaborate with other courses to deliver an industry-like experience. We will support your development as either a performer or producer in a range of areas.

You can expect to study:

  • Introduction to Performance and Production
  • Exploring Music Composition
  • Music Production Skills and Practice
  • Instrument Skills Development
  • Sequencing
  • Project and Live Events Management

You will also undertake a final end of year project that will allow you to utilise the various skills acquired throughout the course. This Level 2 Music Performance & Production Diploma is equivalent to 4 GCSEs.

Students will study an English and/or Maths qualification alongside the course if they have not previously achieved a grade 4 in GCSE English Language or Maths.

The course offers an exciting, project-based approach, where you will develop your musical/technical skills alongside like-minded musicians culminating in professional, industry-relevant outcomes that will form a portfolio of work to prepare you for further study or employment within the industry. We’re proud of our community of musicians and creative artists and you’ll be encouraged to collaborate with other courses to deliver an industry-like experience, such as concerts and gigs. We will support your development as either a performer or producer in a range of areas.

You can expect to study:

  • Creativity and Composition
  • Live Sound/Performance
  • Studio Production
  • Project and Live Events Management
  • Instrument Skills Development
  • Sequencing
  • Music Business/Enterprise

As part of your assessment, you will undertake projects and performances that will allow you to utilise the various skills acquired throughout the course. The Extended Diploma is equivalent to three A Levels.

It is a complete programme and is therefore not taken with any other course. Having an understanding and interest in different types of music performance and production will benefit you personally and professionally.

 

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2020-21 Course Guide

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