Course overviewBack to Arts & Design
- Mixed Learning
Make some noise in the Music industry, and get the skills and knowledge you need to further your creative career.
This course has a blend of in-demand skills required for musicians and technicians to promote, perform, produce and provide entertainment. With units selected from both the performance and sound production stream, you’ll have the opportunity to learn the in’s-and-outs of the ever evolving music industry.
This qualification is designed to help you gain the skills you need to seek employment in the music industry, and/or refine your skills and knowledge related to live events, studio creativity and industry practices. With a wide variety of styles and genres that are covered in this course, you will also gain some of the technical skills and knowledge to help you develop and build a career so that you can be both a freelance operator or member of a professional outfit.
You will spend your time working and learning in our specialist studio environments, recording and producing individual projects and collaborating with others, as well as performing music at a range of community events. Your teachers will also provide you with guidance as you work independently on your own personal music performance and technical skills.
You’ll get lots of opportunities to compose, record and mix music in our specialist studio environment, including gaining valuable hands-on experience in rehearsing music for performances, setting up and mixing live audio, running small music events, developing your listening (aural) skills, composing music and working with MIDI. Along with this you’ll have the opportunity to perform tasks in the general community– working on real and simulated industry experiences or in the studio environment recording and producing individual or collaborative projects.
On successful completion of this qualification, you will be prepared to seek employment in instrumental tuition, recording, publishing, retail, radio and television, live music environments or professional recording studios in a variety of roles, including roles as a Record Producer, Live Sound Engineer, Audio Visual Technician or Broadcast Producer. You may even like to consider undertaking further study at TasTAFE with a related qualification such as CUA41220 – Certificate IV in Screen and Media.
|Alanvale||Tuesday, 31st Oct 2023||(Creation & Composition and Sound Production streams) Room C3.23, C Block, 54a Alanvale Road, Newnham Tas 7248|
Interested in starting this course?
- Record Producer
- Live Sound Engineer
- Road Crew
- Music Teacher
- Skilled Musician