Music Technology BTEC Diploma at Cardinal Newman College
Music Technology is focused on developing the important skills required in today’s music industry. Students will undertake a range of hands-on practical projects including performance, recording and producing, electronic music and sound synthesis. Through enhancing theoretical knowledge of musical and technical processes, students will be able to progress into Higher Education or employment.
Music Technology gives you the chance to develop your musical and technical ability through a variety of areas of study.
You will learn about Music Production Techniques through working with a range of audio equipment. You will learn how to operate Logic Pro software, learn the skills of a sound engineer and produce a multi-track recording in a professional standard studio.
You will study the theory of Acoustics and Sound Synthesis. You will apply your knowledge of Synthesizers and Samplers into sequenced musical projects created using Logic Pro.
You will study the history of electronic music and apply what you have learned about music technology into a live performance, working alongside other musicians and technicians.
At least five Cs at GCSE.
Students who enrol onto this course must be able to play at least one instrument to a competent level. For more detail please contact the Music Department.
Music and Music Technology can lead you into an exciting and creative career in the music and media industries. The skills that you will develop are essential for working as a Performer, as a Composer or Producer, in a recording studio, in Radio and in theatres and live music venues. There are a wide range of vocational and academic higher education courses available in this subject area.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cardinal Newman College directly.