BTEC National Diploma Music Technology (Edexcel)

In Tottenham

Price on request
  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    Tottenham

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

The course is an ideal way to gain the broad range of skills needed to operate as a music practitioner, producer, artist, engineer, or composer. The courses are designed for musicians, artists, producers who want to write record and remix music using computer-based software and hardware. You will have the opportunity to write, create, record, mix, master, promote and perform your own music. You.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

Tottenham (London)
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N17 8HR

Starts

On request

To take into account

Minimum 4 GCSE at A* â€"C or a BTEC First Diploma at Merit in relevant subject. A grade C in GCSE Music or ICT is desirable.

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Course programme

BTEC National Diploma Music Technology (Edexcel)
The course is an ideal way to gain the broad range of skills needed to operate as a music practitioner, producer, artist, engineer, or composer. The courses are designed for musicians, artists, producers who want to write record and remix music using computer-based software and hardware. You will have the opportunity to write, create, record, mix, master, promote and perform your own music. You will work with our state of the art equipment, recording studios and practice rooms. So whether your in to Hip-Hop, Rock, R & B, Pop or Urban this course could help you on your way to becoming a chart topper.

What will I be doing?
Your work will focus on creating material, studio recording & production, music business, programming, performance & promotion, artist development and music theory. During the course you can expect to perform at music venues, create, market & promote your music, organise events, collaborate with visual and performing arts students and market yourself.

How will I be assessed?
Work is assessed continuously through projects, assignments via units. Learners will produce a portfolio of evidence for each project and be awarded a Pass, Merit or Distinction depending on the quality of the work.

Where can I go after completing this course?
BTEC National Diplomas are valued by employers and higher education (universities and colleges). If you decide to go to university or college you could take a degree or a BTEC Higher National.

Students may also go into careers such as Music or Management, Studio Management, Teaching, Performance, Engineering and Production.
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