Diploma in Music (Music Production)

Degree Type Diploma
Duration 1 year full-time
or part-time equiv.
SATAC Code 316211
CRICOS 097698C
Prepare for a career as a creative professional in the arts, entertainment or media industry as a sound engineer and producer.

The entertainment and media industries are among the world's largest and fastest growing industries. Learn the theory and practice of studio and live sound engineering through practical activities involving session set-up and management, recording, mixing and post-production; complemented by theoretical studies of sound, acoustics, digital audio, and music. Students develop the foundation for either work in the industry, or can continue to further study (with credit of 24 units towards the Bachelor of Music (Sonic Arts).

Students will build a portfolio of skills required by the industry, giving graduates the ability to rapidly adapt to changes, particularly technological disruption, and also drive change themselves.

Courses include Music & Sound Fundamentals, Sound Engineering and Professional Practice.

Our staff are researchers and active industry professionals, so our students learn from leading experts.

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Last updated: Monday, 9 Jul 2018