BTEC Extended Diploma in Music Technology Level 3

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Music technology is all about using software or electronic hardware to create and produce music. This practical two year course will give you the advanced skills you need to work in the music technology industry or for higher education. You will become experienced in using creative technology and you will have the option to develop the skills in particular areas you are interested in.

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Learning in our well-equipped and professional recording studios and using the latest technologies currently available including an Apple Mac based sequencing suite and digital signal processing, the course will prepare you practically, theoretically and creatively to work with sound. A lot of your wo…

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Music technology is all about using software or electronic hardware to create and produce music. This practical two year course will give you the advanced skills you need to work in the music technology industry or for higher education. You will become experienced in using creative technology and you will have the option to develop the skills in particular areas you are interested in.

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Learning in our well-equipped and professional recording studios and using the latest technologies currently available including an Apple Mac based sequencing suite and digital signal processing, the course will prepare you practically, theoretically and creatively to work with sound. A lot of your work will be digital, and you will become efficient in working with industry used software. You will become experienced in sound recording techniques, including multi-tracking techniques, the use of microphones, mixing recorded tracks and completing a stereo master recording. You will explore computer music systems and how to plan a recording session. Taught by tutors who are passionate about music and have worked in the industry as music technologists, you will get first hand advice and information about working in the music industry and what career options are available to you.

Key Areas

  • Listening skills for music technologists
  • Music production techniques
  • Sequencing systems and techniques
  • Planning and delivering a music product
  • Sound creation and manipulation

What next

You could go on to do the HND in Music at the college or a degree course at university in music, music technology or music management. You can also find employment in the music industry or in music production.

Entry requirements

Five GCSE's C or above including English or equivalent level 2 qualification

Area's of study

>Music & Performing Arts,Music
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