Music Technology (Production) BTEC Subsidiary Diploma Level 3 at Saint Mary's College, Blackburn
Students must complete three tasks which together make the Music Technology AS course; Sequenced Realised Performance, Multi-track Recording and Creative Sequenced Arrangement. Students will also submit a logbook that will provide information on the resources used in each task as well as assessed questions on their creative sequenced arrangement. Students are required to study the development of popular music styles from 1910 through to the present day. This is not intended to be a comprehensive and in-depth study of every popular, jazz or rock music style, but an overview of the main styles and trends during the development of popular music. Two special focus styles will be selected each year for more in depth study
Entry to the course is based purely on practicalaudition.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Saint Mary's College, Blackburn directly.