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Music Technology BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma at King George V College

Course description

A BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Music Technology offers an AS/A2 equivalent for students interested in the world of music production and creation who are keen to gain practical, hands-on experience whist learning. You will gain a wide understanding of key areas of music production, music creation and audio engineering.

BTEC Subsidiary Diplomas are accepted by the majority of universities and carry an equivalent UCAS point score to 1 A Level subject. BTEC qualifications are also widely acknowledged by the industry as excellent “experience” in the field of Music Technology.

Entry requirements

A good Music Technology student will have a passion for music as well as an interest in the use of computers and other related technology to create and produce music. Performance skills are highly beneficial whether that is playing drums, piano, guitar or even DJ’ing.

Future opportunities

Music Technology students are often asked to help set up and operate the equipment as well as perform at concerts, productions and other events such as Open Evening. All this is counted as work experience, extra-curricular to the course.

Electronic Dance Music Production is also available as an enrichment in the subject, developing your skills in the use of Ableton Live.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact King George V College directly.

Last updated date: 23 September 2016

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