Music Technology BTEC National Diploma Level 3

In London

£ 1,350 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    BTEC

  • Location

    London

  • Duration

    2 Years

Description

The course will cover creating and marketing a music product,music sequencing, sound recording techniques, the sound and musicindustry, computer music systems, music and sounds for multimediaand more.
Suitable for: This course is the course for serious music technologists. Lewisham College has industry standard equipment including, stateof the art digital and analogue recording studios, computer roomsusing Cubase and Reason and a brand new Pro Tools and Logic suite;the only one of its kind in the South East London area. The coursecovers creating and marketing a music product, music sequencing,sound recording techniques, the sound and music industry.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

London
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Lewisham Way, SE4 1UT

Starts

On request

To take into account

You will need three GCSEs grades A-C one of which should be
English, maths, science or music. Equivalent qualifications
including Level 2, intermediate courses in a related subject e.g.
BTEC First Diploma in music, electronics, media and computing etc.
Mature students may qualify with relevant experience. There is an
informal interview, where you will be invited...

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Course programme

Is this course for me?
This course is the course for serious music technologists.
Lewisham College has industry standard equipment including, state
of the art digital and analogue recording studios, computer rooms
using Cubase and Reason and a brand new Pro Tools and Logic suite;
the only one of its kind in the South East London area. The course
covers creating and marketing a music product, music sequencing,
sound recording techniques, the sound and music industry, computer
music systems, music and sounds for multimedia and much more. The
course is for musicians, aspiring producers and sound engineers who
wish to be involved in the technology of music. It is for students
who want to record, edit and compose using a variety of modern
techniques.
What will I study?
The course will cover creating and marketing a music product,
music sequencing, sound recording techniques, the sound and music
industry, computer music systems, music and sounds for multimedia
and more.
Subjects:
  • Creating and Marketing a Music Product
  • Listening Skills for Musicians
  • Music Sequencing
  • Planning a Music Recording
  • Sound recording techniques
  • The Sound and Music Industry
These are optional subjects:
  • Audio Engineering
  • Composing
  • Computer Music Systems
  • Music and Sounds for Multimedia
  • Music Technology in Performance
  • Operating Live Sound
  • Sound Creation and Manipulation
  • The Functional Music Keyboard
  • The Music Freelance World
What can I do next?
This can lead to progression into higher education or a career
in music programming, music composition, studio engineering and
production.
This can lead to employment in:
  • Studio production
  • Sound design
  • Music for media
  • Record companies
  • Song writing
  • Composing
What are the entry requirements?
You will need three GCSEs grades A-C one of which should be
English, maths, science or music. Equivalent qualifications
including Level 2, intermediate courses in a related subject e.g.
BTEC First Diploma in music, electronics, media and computing etc.
Mature students may qualify with relevant experience. There is an
informal interview, where you will be invited to demonstrate your
enthusiasm and discuss your previous involvement in music
technology. Evidence of participation in a form of music technology
or sound engineering is essential.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment takes the form assignments, class work, and project
work. Students also meet regularly with tutors to help plan studies
and to discuss progress.
What will it cost?
If you are under 19 and a home student, in most circumstances,
you don't pay any fees. However, you will need to find this out
when you apply.
Course fee:
£1350Exam fee:
£175
Please note: For courses of more than one year, the fees
stated apply to the first year of the 2009/2010 academic year
only.


Music Technology BTEC National Diploma Level 3

£ 1,350 + VAT