Combined with the student's ambition, drive and talent, the HND in Music Production will further focus on how to create and produce music products, with a strong emphasis on developing a range of commercial skills needed to work with new technology and concepts within the digital market place.
Students study the following units:
Creative Research ProjectAdvanced Music ProductionMixing and MasteringAdvanced Sound Design forInteractive MediaAdvanced Composing Using TechnologyAdvanced Sound EngineeringA & RGroups and Personal Tutorials.
Skills and Knowledge Developed: Students will develop a wide range of technical and professional skills for production, composition, performance with technology, business, and research. Students are also supported to develop realistic and achievable career plans to help them reach their goals within the industry.
The programme handbook for this course is available to applicants online:
HND Music Production Top Up Programme Handbook (19-20)
QualificationsHigher National Diploma in Music Production
This course leads to...Upon successful completion of the programme, students can potentially progress onto degree programmes or employment within the industry.
Entry Requirements• BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma at DMM or above or a minimum of 2 A-levels, including Music, at grade C or above
• Completed HNC in Music Production or equivalent Level 4 certificate of higher education
Being a degree-level programme, students are expected to have a good level of knowledge of music production and, at interview, evidence that you are working towards or already have access to professional music production software/hardware. You must also be able to work with a high level of independence and keep to strict deadlines.
Applicants should hold a total UCAS Tariff points score from relevant qualifications of at least 96 points.
Why study with us?Within a few minutes’ walk of Liverpool city centre, students are based at the college’s Arts Centre - a creative hub for students studying music, performing arts, media, journalism, art, fashion and computing. Students have access to professional recording studios, computer suites and rehearsal facilities. Also located on this campus is the college’s Apple Authorised Training Centre for Education (AATCe) and Roland Music Academy.
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