How do I #DiscoverTheDifference with Music Production?
If you dream about being a creative artist or a music producer, then a Music Production course is the answer you are looking for. This course provides an educational experience that is built around you, and will work with you to develop your talent, explore your future ambitions and ensure you have the skills to achieve these aspirations.
What will I study?
Music courses are both practice-based (involving a great deal of actual performance or production) and academic, which combines practical work with analysis of the background of the subject. Teaching is delivered through a mix of practical workshops and lectures.
What makes Music Production at H6 different?
• You develop you own performances, productions and shows.
• We have excellent industry links.
• You complete a compulsory work placement.
• You hear from key note speakers from the world of music.
• You attend trips to music and performance related events
How will I be assessed?
After the delivery of each unit of the course, you will be issued with an assignment, which covers pass, merit and distinction criteria.
Assessments are carried out through assignments and coursework.
Level 2 & 3
Assessments are carried out through assignments, coursework and two externally marked exams.
BTEC Level 1
A few GCSE grades 2 or below. However, you will be required to have an appropriate level of English.
BTEC Level 2
Either - Three or more GCSE grades 3 or above. Or - Level 1 Diploma in a relevant subject.
BTEC Level 3
Either - Four GCSE grades 9-4, including a minimum grade 6 in English or Maths.
Or - Level 2 Diploma at Merit or Distinction and a minimum GCSE grade 5 in English or Maths.
You can then enter employment in and around the world of music such as production, music theory, music history, engineering and mixing, music technology, recording, and acoustics. The analytical, theoretical and practical skills gained give music students the foundation for a range of careers in the ever-growing industry, as well as transferrable skills suitable to other professions outside of the performing side such as teaching, and events management.