Music Production & Sound Engineering Level 3
About this course
Have you ever wanted to be part of a vibrant, exciting and highly skilled industry where every day brings new challenges and problem solving? Then this course may just be for you!
The course is structured around providing industry experience through live briefs and backed up with a solid core of theoretical knowledge based in music, physics and maths principles.
What will I learn?
The course of study includes modules such as Studio Production, Live Sound, Events Management, Sequencing, Acoustics and many more.
All modules are delivered and assessed in real vocational terms achieved through external live shows, festivals, theatre productions and working with partners in industry across radio, events, gaming and more.
The course approaches key principles through modules such as Acoustics, Music Theory, Backline Technical Management and Sound & Music Industry, ensuring you have a strong theoretical knowledge to back up practical work and allow progression to degree courses.
Music Production & Sound Engineering allows for the development of many core skills such as communications, organisation, problem solving, maths, English and science and is delivered with the latest technology by industry experienced professionals.
How will I be assessed?
Through written assignments, practical coursework, external exam board briefs and live briefs in partnership with our local employers.
What do I need?
You will need to achieve at least 5 GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above including English Language and Maths.
Additional Requirement: some understanding of music theory or experience of music sequencing software would be useful.
Where can it take me?
- Halesowen College - a range of HNC/D, Foundation Degrees and professional qualifications, including Music HND
- University - related degree, such as Music Production, Performance, Broadcasting & TV/Film Production
Good IT skills would be an advantage together with a passion for music.
This course should be combined wit A Levels.
Good combinations include Music Performance and a Humanities subject.