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This Music Technology: Production course is for serious music technologists. St David’s has industry-standard equipment including a fully equipped recording studio, professional analogue mixing console and an Apple Mac suite with Cubase Pro. The course covers creating a music product, music sequencing, sound recording techniques, sounds for multimedia and much more. The course is aimed at musicians, aspiring producers, and sound engineers who wish to be involved in the technology of music. It is for students who want to record, edit and compose using a variety of modern techniques.


What Next?

You could work in or set up a music studio, work in a live environment with bands or in theatre, mixing dialogue and orchestras.

Work in film or TV, as a folly artist (creating sound effects), a live audio engineer, in a studio or outdoors on location, including documentaries or wildlife programs.

Alternatively, you can go on to university – Music Technology is one of the most varied courses offered, you can go from very technical and theory based courses (building synths and acoustic theory) to practical courses focused on recording and mixing bands and music.


Entry Requirements

5 GCSEs A* – C. Learners will be considered for entry on to the course on experience as well as qualifications.



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