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Music (Technology)

City of Liverpool College University Centre

UCAS Code: 4Q49 | Higher National Certificate - HNC

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About this course


Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2022

Combined with the student’s ambition, drive and talent, the HNC in Music (Technology) focuses 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 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 reach their goals within the industry.

Located within Liverpool city centre, students will be based at the College’s Arts Centre - a creative hub for students studying music, performing arts, media, journalism, art, fashion and computing. Students will have access to professional recording studios, computer suites and rehearsal facilities.

Modules

You will study the following units:
• Creative Software Techniques
• Composition Using Technology
• Music Industry
• Marketing and Promotion for Musicians
• Applied Sound Principles
• Personal and Professional Development
• Recording Technology
• Music for Sound and Picture.

Assessment methods

Through a series of industry-driven projects and scenarios, this course equips students with a range of creative, commercial and personal skills to give them a competitive edge. The programme is assessed through submission of written essays, reports and a series of project-based practical assessments.
Formative feedback will support student progression in both written work and practical outcomes. Self and peer assessment is an essential element of all projects and the feedback from these will enhance student achievement and progression.
The programme allows 120 credits at each level.

Tuition fees

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England
£6,673
per year
Northern Ireland
£6,673
per year
Scotland
£6,673
per year
Wales
£6,673
per year

The Uni


Course location:

Arts Centre

Department:

Media, Music and Performing Arts

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