Advanced Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)

Provider:
UNITED POP Australia
Course Code:
CUA60515
CRICOS Code:
0101972
Qualification Level:
Advanced Diploma
Course Area:
Creative Arts
Duration:
84-Week
Study Mode:
Part Time,Full Time
Location:
Victoria
Course Fee:
$16,333 Per Course
Delivery Mode:
On Campus,Online Delivery,Blended Delivery
Target:
Domestic,International

Course Overview

Develop your professional skills and know-how in the area of audio technology. Combine composition with sound engineering and master the diverse range of challenges in modern music production. Your infinite creativity together with musical theory will make your ideas come to life.

You will be able to implement your arrangements into sound. Today's music is closely linked to digital production technologies and modern ways of working. The combination of beat and sound design with traditional acoustic music production will be your ideal preparation for existing genres as well as all new styles of music.

Combine composition with sound engineering and master the diverse range of challenges in modern music production. The mixture of music theory and hands- on studio experience in our state of the art studios and labs will bring your ideas to life. The music business units will help you understand the industry better and empower you to leave your mark on it.

Intakes January, May, September
Duration 84 weeks total 

Start your career as - Audio Engineer, Live Engineer, Studio Engineer, Recording Engineer, Sound Designer, Music Editor, Music Producer, Mastering Engineer and more.

Audio Engineer
Live Engineer
Studio Engineer
Recording Engineer
Sound Designer
Music Editor
Music Producer
Mastering Engineer


First trimester:

FOUNDATIONS
Establish and maintain safe creative practice
Compose music using electronic media
Compose music for screen
Develop techniques for arranging music
Originate and develop concepts

Second trimester:

CREATIVE PRACTITIONER
Record sound
Produce sound recordings
Edit sound
Mix recorded music
Create a final sound balance

Third trimester:

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
Develop sound designs
Implement sound designs
Provide freelance services
Develop artists and repertoire
Manage artists and their careers
Manage copyright arrangements

Fourth trimester:

INDUSTRY COLLABORATION
Incubating an idea and developing it for industry
Being proactive in an evolving digital arena
Presenting your creative vision to industry and beyond

Fifth trimester:

REAL WORLD PREPARATION
Managing and producing a score for a short film to industry standards
Managing and producing musical recordings to industry standards

Career Opportunities

  • Audio Engineer
  • Live Engineer
  • Studio Engineer
  • Recording Engineer
  • Sound Designer
  • Music Editor
  • Music Producer
  • Mastering Engineer

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