Digital Music Production (Extended Certificate)

A Levels

Overview

From chart successes and download sales to live performances and recording studios,  the music industry is a global industry and the UK punches well above its weight. Sales of music, concerts, publishing and related revenue contributed £4.1 billion to the UK economy, with exports of £2.2 billion in 2015. In this course there are two mandatory units, which cover the following aspects of digital music production music and sound for media and digital audio workstation (DAW) production.

This qualification is equivalent in size to 1 A level and it has been designed as one third of a typical study programme, normally alongside A levels or other applied general qualifications at level 3.

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Assessment:

Coursework (50%) Exam (50%) 

Duration: 2 Years
Entry requirements:

Standard entry requirements.

Exam board: Pearson
Programme leader:

Matthew McMillan

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