Course Code: DP2MMPP1 / 18DA11A
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Music Performance and Production Diploma level 2
Introduction to the course
You will be progressing from a level 1 or equivalent course to study media at an intermediate level. You will be required to work at a semi-independent level.
You will learn basic skills in:
You will use equipment and software such as:
There are opportunities to participate in live performances and you will study topics related to the music industry. Visits, trips and work experience are compulsory.
Unit 1: Introduction to
Unit 2: Introduction to
Unit 3; Listening skills for
Unit 4: Exploring music
Unit 5: Contextual research
for music performance
Unit 6: Music performance
skills and practice
Unit 7: Music production
skills and practice
Unit 8: Music performance
and production project
How is the course taught?
Teaching is in a classroom through a series of seminars, lectures and workshops.
How will I be assessed?
You are assessed through practical observation and written assignments.
What does it lead to?
You could progress on to a Level 3 course at the College or go straight into employment in the recording industry.
For an employer the course is designed to provide specialist work-related content which focuses on music production and the music industry. Including sequencing, live music recording, and soundtrack production for TV and film, covering all of the key knowledge and practical skills required in these areas.
|Location||Start Date - End Date|
|Tottenham Centre||3 Sep 2018 - 5 Jul 2019|
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