• Basic audio engineering techniques
  • Studio and/or location recording techniques
  • About sound reinforcement (PA)
  • How to use music technology
  • About working with a range of clients, musicians and production personnel.
  • Study microphone types and techniques
  • Explore the use of analogue and digital hardware/software
  • Learn about occupational health and safety
  • Discuss commercial and legal issues
  • Develop audio engineering/sound system design techniques
  • Explore audio editing techniques.
  • Participate in solo and group multitrack recording
  • Participate in editing/post production processes
  • Create and produce practical work
  • Set up and operate small and large public address systems
  • Undertake live sound mixing.
  • Enjoys recording and editing music
  • Has an interest in music technology.

Course Overview

You have

  • An interest in audio
  • To be willing to work on audio projects

TASC course

Music Technology Projects - Foundation 2

May lead to

  • Further study in Music Technology Projects (University Connections Program).