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Vince Selby, Lecturer in Music Technology

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Valued at £5.2billion, the UK music industry employs 141,000 people and is incredibly competitive. Whether you want to become a producer, composer, sound engineer or performing artist, our courses in music will help you build the skills, knowledge and techniques essential to compete and succeed.

Our music courses at levels 2 and 3 are designed to encourage more than traditional musicians. DJs, rappers, electronic music producers, game audio producers and event organisers are all welcomed as this bespoke qualification offers the opportunity to specialise in aspects of music technology, composition, performance and business.

You will take part in collaborative and individual project work such as managing a student-based record Label, organising and performing at live music events, producing an EP of electronic music, scoring a game or film sequence, or taking part in music festivals.

Work experience is an essential part of all College programmes, and you will complete a portfolio of work experience with an employer, putting your skills into practice in a real industry setting.

You’ll have access to industry-standard equipment, software, studios and live performance settings, giving you the opportunity to build your skills and confidence and make your dreams a reality.

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Creative Arts at the College

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Arc Theatre

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Recording Studios

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