You will study a range of related subject areas designed to develop the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the music industry. These include music listening skills, music software, composing and performance using music technology, studio recording, synthesis, sampling, acoustics, live sound engineering, sound design for film and TV, music video production and events management.
5 GCSEs grades A* - C / grade 4 or above (or acceptable alternative). to include English Language.
There is ongoing assessment through coursework and assignments.
Students typically progress to the Music Degree course at the college or further education at a music school.
Will the course suit me?
If you are interested in music production, music events management, studio technology, sound engineering and music performance then this course is for you. You will gain a wide range of practical skills, creative skills and technical knowledge to help you take the next step into the music industry or a place at university.
Students will be required to pay a £35 studio fee at the start of the course to cover materials, consumables and performance/gig costs. Students in financial hardship may be eligible to apply for financial assistance from the college’s Student Support Fund.