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Music Technology BTEC Diploma Level 2Art, Design and Media

Course CodeFD2MMUS4What qualifications do I need?You will need 3 GCSEs at grade D or a Level 1 qualification in a related subject. You will also be asked to attend an interview and provide a good reference.What will I learn?The course will give you the opportunity to develop skills in music production, composition, live performance and sound engineering. During the course you will work in the College's professional recording studio and Mac suites to complete a range of practical recording / production projects. You will also learn about the music business and how to promote and distribute music products. How will I be taught?This course is taught in a classroom through a series of seminars, lectures and workshops..How will I be assessed?Practical, observation and written evidence of assignment tasks.What could I do next?After this course you could progress on to our Level 3 provision. You could gain employment in the recording industry. Option 1Option 1Starts: September 2010 Ends: July ... (Training Available by College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London) Music Technology BTEC Diploma Level 2Art, Design and Media

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MUSIC TECHNOLOGY

Qualification: AS/A2 LEVEL Programme Area: A Levels Description:This course is suitable for those with an interest in music and its performance, composition and realisation through music technology. Sequencing and multi-track recording skills are developed through four main areas of study, popular music and jazz, music of the western classical tradition, music technology and music for film & TV. Students make use of the College's two 24-track digital studios and computer based sequencing workstations using software including Logic, Sibelius, Reason and Reaktor. ... (Training Available by Coleg Gwent) MUSIC TECHNOLOGY

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BIIAB Level 2 Award for Music Promoters

Home Course datesBIIAB Level 2 Award for Music PromotersBIIAB Level 2 Award for Music PromotersThis qualification provides good practice guidance and legal information to music promoters, it also promotes responsibility and raises standards within the industry. Its perfect for current music promoters, anyone wanting to become a music promoter or licence holders who wish to become a live music venue.What the course covers: Importance and benefits of early engagement with stakeholders Project management tools and techniques Financial management Marketing/Promotional mix Risk assessment Environmental impacts/waste management Management of noiseTransport management Licensing Act 2003 Door policy Evaluation of a promotionAssessment is by means of a 35 question multi choice test.The cost of the two day course is as follows: Gold Package: two days tuition, course workbook, examination, certificate, refreshments, lunch on both days £195 + vatInterested  then please call 0800 061 ... (Training Available by abv Training Ltd) BIIAB Level 2 Award for Music Promoters

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Music

Music MMusThe Music MMus aims to provide advanced academic and/or professional training in Music and Musicology, extending existing knowledge and skills. Programme outline: Music MMusIt exists in three distinct tracks, identified as Musicology, Composition and Performance. Our intention is that the student should reach a professional level of expertise in the main area of study by the end of the course. Our teaching centres on the individual student’s needs and interests facilitated by the modular structure common to all Masters degrees in the University. The Musicology and Composition pathways of the MMus are recognised by the AHRC for the award of studentships in Competition A. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the Programme Director, Dr Holly Rogers.Programme structure: Music MMusStudents follow one of three pathways: Musicology, Composition, and Performance. In each case, students take a main subject that culminates after preparatory coursework in a dissertation, a por ... (Training Available by University of Liverpool Management School) Music

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HND Music

HND Music SCQF Level: 8 Course Content: Musical Instrument First Study, Live Performance, Music Industry Infrastructure, Promotion Using ICT, Songwriting, Recording Techniques, Music History, Music Graded Unit, Stage Craft, Sesoin Skills, music for Visual Arts, Introduction to Instrumental Instruction. Entry Requirements: Entry by audition and successful completion of HNC Year. Study Mode: Full-Time Progression to: Music and Commercial Music related degree courses at University. Some courses allow direct entry to 3rd year. Career Paths: The course prepares you for work as performing/recording musician, record production, tour support roles, marketing and music management, music/community educator, session work and music/event promotion. ... (Training Available by Reid Kerr College) HND Music

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Music, BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma

Music, BTEC Level 3 Extended DiplomaAbout the CourseThere are eighteen units of study to cover over two years. These units can be put into five related categories: * General Music Knowledge - chord and theory * Music Business - record companies, management and marketing * Performing in Public with weekly opportunities to perform * Practical Skills using your guitars or keyboards and computer and samplers * Recording in our 24-track digital recording studio The fundamental driving force behind this course is to give a comprehensive grounding to you, the budding professional musician. Dedication is the key factor. Love of music in all its various forms is essential. Playing, listening, composing, performing and recording are our main interests. Its not all rocknroll - though there is that, too! You will need to study music. You should understand the elements of musical theory. You will look at and listen to 20th Century music. You will work out how to put on a public performance ... (Training Available by Totton College Services to Business) Music, BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma

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Music

  Why choose this course? What can Edinburgh Napier offer? What's involved? Entrance requirements Fees Enquire about this course "A conservatoire-based course, with emphasis on performance practice." Name:Music Award:BMus/BMus (Hons) Study Mode:Full-Time Napier Code:U54110 UCAS:W302 Apply for this course SEP 11 Why choose this course?Please note this is a classical music course, if you are interested in other genres please look at our Popular Music course. This is a course for practising musicians, vocalists and composers: unlike many other university music courses, our Bachelor of Music degree provides more of a conservatoire-based education, with as much emphasis on performance practice as on academic studies. You'll study at the Ian Tomlin School of Music, an environment conducive to music making, with plentiful practice rooms, recording studios, ensemble studios and opportunities for performance. You'll gain an insight into the world of the working ... (Training Available by Napier University – Lifelong Learning) Music

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Music

Music £195.00Music journalism course summaryPrice:£195 VAT exempt - Aimed at:Potential music journalistsDuration:Flexible - around 3 - 6 monthsAccreditation:ODQLC / ABCCQualification:Diploma / optional: NCTJ newswriting examOur promise: and big savings with our Our music journalism course will teach you how to write stories and features about the music industry - and get articles published.You will have top NME music journalist Adam Adshead as your personal tutor.He will guide you through this exciting course and help to get you started in music journalism. Basic optionYou can also study without having work marked for just £120 (VAT exempt).You still receive tutor support, study materials, exam guides and other student benefits. for details. Music journalism course track record our students get work published every day - in magazines, newspapers and on websitessome students get we ... (Training Available by CTJT) Music

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Music

IntroductionMusic students at Canterbury Christ Church University are involved in extensive music making on a daily basis. Weekly individual instrumental and vocal tuition is provided as a central part of the programme, led by a celebrated team of teachers, and is supported by seminars and workshops given by eminent figures from the music profession. The Department supports a wide range of large ensembles, from Big Band to Symphony Orchestra, and regular participation in smaller ensembles is also a central part of many students’ courses. Public performance is a prominent feature of campus life with the Department promoting weekly concerts by students, staff and visiting artists, as well as numerous concerts within the Canterbury and Sounds New Festivals. The Department also offers exceptional opportunities to composers, with individual tuition available from level two, excellent music technology facilities, frequent concerts of student composers’ works, and master classes a ... (Training Available by Canterbury Christ Church University) Music

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HNC Music

HNC Music Course Content: Musical Instrument First Study, Live Performance, Music Theory, Creative Industries Infrastructure, Working in the Creative Industries, Songwriting, Recording Techniques, Music Law, Practical Musicianship, Digital Audio Workstations, Music Graded Unit. SCQF Level: 7 Entry Requirements: By audition and interview: 2 Highers (preferably one in English) or successful completion of NC Music course or other relevant qualifications and experience in music performance. Study Mode: Full-Time Progression to: HND Music, as well as Music and Commercial Music related degree programmes.. Career Paths: The course prepares you for work as performing/recording musician, record production, tour support roles, marketing and music management, session work and music/event promotion. ... (Training Available by Reid Kerr College) HNC Music

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Music BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma

You are in: HomeCourses Course Details Music BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma Apply online Request an application form Need advice/guidance? Course Code:MUP-SD MUP-D3Course Type:Normally part of a full-time programme of study delivered throughout the week.Qualification:BTEC Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma (equivalent to 2 AS Levels at the end of the first year and 2 A Levels at the end of the second year.)Duration:1 or 2 yearsVenue:Haywards Heath Campus, Harlands Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 1LT Start Date:SeptemberSuitable For:This is a modern music course ideally suited for vocal, guitar, bass, keyboard and drum students. It is ideally suited for those interested in performing in a band, creating music, developing their professional skills and aspiring to gain a comprehensive understanding of the modern music industry.Entry By:Interview and AuditionEntry Requirements:5 GCSEs at Grade C or above.** All applicants will be required to audition ... (Training Available by Central Sussex College) Music BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma/Diploma

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Music: Creative Music Technology

Introduction:The BA (Hons) in Creative Music Technology focuses on the latest developments in sound recording and audio processing and presentation. The programme is designed for students with a creative background in electronic composition and production, DJ technology or audio software development. Creative Music Technology students have the opportunity to develop their creative ideas within the fully equipped digital studios and perform or exhibit their works in a range of contexts, such as performances, installations and websites. The programme aims to bring students to a new awareness of the creative potential of sound in contemporary culture, and how the analysis and manipulation of sound can be used to relate to other art forms and academic disciplines, such as the Visual and Performing Arts as well as Digital Media. Issues such as the comparison between analogue and digital techniques, the relation of sound to physical space and the application of web technology to sonic practi ... (Training Available by Canterbury Christ Church University) Music: Creative Music Technology

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Music

As a basis for specialisation in performance, instrumental and electroacoustic composition and musicology, you will take modules in music history, analysis and technique which support the development of a thorough understanding of core areas of music.BA Joint Honours students will be able to specialise in performance, instrumental and electroacoustic composition and musicology and choose modules in core areas of music such as music history, analysis and technique.Level 1Level 1 includes Fundamental Harmony and Repertory modules covering Classical and Romantic and 20th Century music. Optional modules include: CompositionMusic TechnologyPerformanceand up to two modules in another subject such as Ethnomusicology.Level 2Level 2 includes a further Repertory module (Music before 1750) and Classical Harmony and Technique. Optional modules include: CompositionContinuo in Theory and PracticeEthnomusicologyMusical InstrumentsMusic PsychologyMusic TechnologyPerformanceRepertory (Critical Listenin ... (Training Available by Queen's University Belfast) Music

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Music

MusicCOURSE DESCRIPTIONThis is course for all kinds of musician, based on a balanced range of styles both historical and contemporary. It is a course that suits performers, composers and those who like to listen. As an AS student you will prepare a range of solo and ensemble performances throughout the course and compose 1 original work choosing from a broad range of stimuli. You will learn how to use harmony effectively and develop advanced aural and analytical skills. At A2 you can choose to focus on composition or stylistics alongside broadening and deepening your performing, aural and essay writing. Throughout the course you will: prepare a range of solo and ensemble performance work develop the skills required to analyse and compose stylistically develop your skills as a composer develop your knowledge of music across a wide range of genres and its context in history learn how to write and talk about music accurately and critically COURSE CONTENT AS UNITS: Unit 1 5-6 minute prog ... (Training Available by Professional & Quality Trainers) Music

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Music

The BA (Hons) Music degree engages you both practically and intellectually in the study of your discipline, through a consideration of music in a variety of styles, approaches and contexts.The department is very proud of its extensive schedule of public performances, so you will have ample opportunity to put your new skills to the test. You will be able to get involved in a range of ensemble work, large-scale orchestral and choral concerts, or even the bi-annual full-scale opera production at the Mumford Theatre. Individual instrumental and vocal tuition is included within the course for students enrolled on performance modules, delivered by a large team of visiting tutors of international reputation. ... (Training Available by Anglia Ruskin University) Music

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MUSIC

Qualification: AS/A2 LEVEL Programme Area: A Levels Description:A conservatoire style training of a high calibre. At AS you will perform, develop musical ideas, listen to music and acquire analytical skills. In year two you can major in performing or composing.You will extend the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to communicate through music and take part in music making. Modules studied will be chosen from performing music, composing, developing musical ideas, listening & understanding and analysing music. ... (Training Available by Coleg Gwent) MUSIC

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Music: Stretching the Gifted Student

To enable the gifted student to maximise their potential it is important to specifically address their needs in schemes of work and differentiated lesson objectives. Practical strategies for achieving this are explored in this course suitable for music teachers looking to enhance their provision for gifted and talented students. Identifying gifted and talented studentsProviding challenge for talented musicians and gifted studentsEngaging gifted and talented students throughout the lessonEnabling active learning and interactionMaking learning engaging and motivatingEncouraging reflection and consolidation of higher level learning ... (Training Available by Creative Education) Music: Stretching the Gifted Student

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Music for Therapy,

This course will help you to increase your awareness of music and rhythm and learn how to use the power of music to enhance your life or the lives of others. The aim is to use music for therapy, not to become a practitioner in the field. You do not require prior instrumental or vocal aptitude, but should possess an interest in all forms of music, and above all, enjoy listening. An audio CD accompanies the course. ... (Training Available by BSY Group) Music for Therapy,

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Music AS/A Level

You are in: HomeCourses Course Details Music AS/A Level Apply online Request an application form Need advice/guidance? Course Code:MUS-ASCourse Type:Normally part of a full-time programme of study delivered throughout the week.Qualification:GCE AS/A Level Music (Edexcel)Duration:One year AS Level, two years A LevelVenue:Haywards Heath Campus, Harlands Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 1LT Start Date:SeptemberSuitable For:Anyone who enjoys creating music through performing, composing and listening.Entry By:InterviewEntry Requirements:General college entry requirements A minimum of grade C in Music GCSE if taken or equivalent of Grade 5 instrument.Good level of music theory, knowledge and understanding.Course Content:In the first year (AS) you will cover three units: 1. Performing Music2. Composing Music3. Developing Musical Understanding For both AS and A2 you will have the opportunity to perform as s ... (Training Available by Central Sussex College) Music AS/A Level

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Developing BTEC First Diploma in Music

This course is suitable for teachers new to delivering Edexcel’s BTEC First Diploma in Music (Level 2) qualification, and also for those who are planning to introduce the course as part of their vocational provision. It explores the development of the course and its effective delivery to your students. Getting started: approvals and registrationsApproaches to the delivery – pathway choices and nestingAssessment requirements – planning a scheduleSample assignments and schemes of workTeaching students personal planning, record keeping, presentation and organisation of all workTracking assessment to improve achievementInternal verificationNational Standards sampling ... (Training Available by Creative Education) Developing BTEC First Diploma in Music

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