The Music and Media course benefits from outstanding facilities, including TV studio, music performance studio, screening room, Mac suites and industry-standard editing facilities, with broadcast standard software like Adobe Premiere, After Effects, NUKE and Maya.Print Share Department Information
The Level 1 Extended Certificate will help you develop the media and music skills and techniques that are required in both industries.
The course has been designed so that you split your time between Creative Media and Music Tech projects. This will prepare you to progress onto a Level 2 course on either pathway.
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You will learn software packages such as Adobe Suite and Reason 10, as well as gaining skills and understanding of DSLR cameras, mixers and synths. The course will allow you to create practical projects and gain skills and knowledge in the media/music industry.
Below is a list of units you will study throughout the course:
4 GCSE’S at Grade 2. It is not required to have studied media or music before. We also require a good reference from your school alongside your application.
For progressing student’s a satisfactory reference for
attitude, behavior, attendance and punctuality is essential.
You will also be required to submit a 500 word essay on a music genre or film review of your choosing, following your interview.
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Last updated - 02/11/2021