Part Time

Subject Area

Music Technology

Start Date

26th April - every Wednesday evening 6-8pm

Course Length

10 weeks



Course Level


Award to be received

AIM Awards Level 1 Award in Skills for the Creative Industries (QCF)

Regulatory Body


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Who is this course for?

This course is for people with a strong interest in music and music production.

What are the key things you'll learn?

The course is split into two units.

Discovering Music – In this unit you will explore music as an entity, looking at the following topics:

  • Classical music from varying Periods
  • The different types of popular music
  • The production of sound in musical instruments
  • The principals of music theory and notation

Midi and audio techniques – this unit covers importing audio material, making improvements and editing audio files.

How you will learn

The course is a mix of practical work in our recording studio and sequencing lab, and theory work in a classroom.

Discovering Music will be assessed through a written document.

Midi and audio techniques will be a practical submission of a mixed down audio file and a supporting written document.

Where could this course take you?

Successful completion of this course could lead to studying a Level 2 qualification in music.

What costs will you incur?

The cost of this course is £150.