This course will provide candidates the opportunity of acquiring skills and knowledge in sound production, music business and performance. This will include synthesising and sampling; sound design; critical listening skills; music promotion; a creative project; copyright and enterprise.
The main aims of this course are provide opportunities for candidates to:
Students require 3 standard grades for entry to this course, one of which should be Maths. All students will attend an interview, and suitable students would be expected to have a genuine interest in music, sound and sound production.
All students should possess level 4 (intermediate 1) Communication or equivalent.
Relevant experience and / or other suitable qualifications will be considered on an individual basis.
During this course the candidate will cover the following:
Practical hands-on experience, tutor led exercises, applying technical knowledge in scenario and real-life situations using current industry recognised equipment and techniques.
This full-time course requires 3 days in college each week for 17 weeks during each term
End of August to January - Semester 1 andEnd of January to June - Semester 2
Please contact your local centre for more details on the course start date.
For the latest information on fees please see our fees policy.
Progression to HNC Sound Production with Argyll Collee, and HND/Degree studies within UHI or other Scottish colleges.
Employment in audio related field including recording tudios, radio, tv, computer games design, sound design, theatre sound.
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