As the name implies, music production involves the creation of music. You don't need to play an instrument or even be able sing to have a
career in the music production industry. Most of the music we hear on MTV or download has been through the hands of a music production team
at some point in time. Such a team will use a variety of software programs to mix and edit music. Understanding how to use these programs will
allow you to develop your editing and mixing techniques, which is an important step in your production career. Some of the software programs
you'll be taught in this course include Ableton, Garageband, Melodyne, ProTools, Propellerhead, and Sound Forge 8.
The skills you'll gain through this training program are not just confined to the music industry. They can be applied to film and television, radio, and advertising. There is scope to work in the area of sound effects, voiceovers, and even audio analysis. Furthermore, several of the course modules are dedicated to the DJ field. The course provides an introduction to DJ basics, then advances onto more sophisticated areas exploring how synthesisers and equalizers work.
The course also covers modules on band equipment such as foot pedals, mikes, amplifiers, drums, guitars, and tuning equipment; an added advantage for anyone wishing to diversify their music production career.
Our Music Production course is part of our total training series – designed as a rich learning experience which includes full video presentations, sound, and interactive tasks. You can pause a lesson, rewind, fast-forward and jump to another stage. The system will even record your progress and scores when taking a test. Best of all, because the course is online, you can do it anywhere in the world, anytime of the day as long as you have an internet connection. It's the total training you're looking for. If you would like more information on this course, call us to speak with one of our consultants today.
Some of the software programs you'll be trained on:
|Your Job Title||Digital Production Manager, Music Editor, DJ, Production Manager, Audio Engineer|
|Average Salary||£30,000 p.a. as a Digital Production Manager with experience (Source: ITjobswatch.com)|
|Previous Experience Required||None|
|Certification Statistics||12 months online access|
|Related Areas of Employment||Film and Television, Advertising, Radio, Events, Special Effects|
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