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AS Music Technology at Phoenix Academy

Course description

The course aims to teach students how to: Create and record music Mix, manipulate and produce music Show an awareness of the development of music technology and its’ origins AS Units Unit 1: Music Technology Portfolio 1 Students will learn and use a variety of music and music technology skills in order to complete this unit. MIDI sequencing and multi-track recording as well as arranging skills. Task 1A: Sequenced Realised Performance Task 1B: Multi-track Recording Task 1C: Creative Sequenced Arrangement. Unit 2: Listening and Analysing This unit provides students with an opportunity to study the styles most common in popular music. Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate this knowledge using aural skills. Students are required to study the development of popular music styles from 1910 through to the present day.

Entry requirements

Minimum Entry Requirements   5 A*-C Grade B to study specific A Level or Grade B English Language if subject has not been studied previously

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Phoenix Academy directly.

Last updated date: 14 November 2016
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1 year

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