Course Code: DD3MMUS1 / 19DA11A
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Music Technology BTEC Diploma Level 3
Introduction to the course
The Music Technology BTEC Diploma Level 3 has been specifically designed for students who are passionate about music and want to further their knowledge of music technology and production. As a student at CONEL college, you will have full use of our state of the art recording studio, and will study advanced sequencing, sampling and live music recording. You will also learn about how music videos are produced, how music is written for films, and what it's like to build a career in the music industry.
How is the course taught?
The course is taught through a variety of seminars, lectures, workshops and practical activities in our music studios. Many of the teaching methods employed at the college mirror those used at university level, helping you to prepare for higher education.
How will I be assessed?
Your progress on the Music Technology BTEC Diploma Level 3 course will be regularly assessed by your tutors through a variety of practical projects, classroom observations and written assessments. You will be expected to engage in both practical and theoretical elements of study and assessment and a final grade will be calculated at the end of the course.
What does it lead to?
The Music Technology BTEC Diploma Level 3 has a variety of practical applications. For students wishing to continue their study of music technology at degree level, the BTEC qualification earned at the end of the used could be used to secure a place on a university course. Alternatively, students could use their qualification to gain immediate employment in the industry.
For an employer this course builds upon an employees passion for music. Covering the key knowledge and practical skills of music technology and production. Skills gained include use of a recording studio along with advanced sequencing, sampling and live music recording. They also would have practical knowledge about music video production, writing music for film, and working in the music industry.
|Location||Start Date - End Date - Study Mode|
|Tottenham Centre||2 Sep 2019 - 3 Jul 2020 - Daytime|
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