Certificate III in Music (Sound Production)

Jobs and Skills WA: Music courses
Will you produce that next best selling album?

If you would love to work behind the scenes in the music industry, as a sound producer; the Certificate III in Music Industry (Sound Production) is for you!

This course will give you a practical introduction to the music industry and the work of a sound producer. You'll learn about recording processes — including mixing, editing and post-production; participate in recording sessions; and follow the production processes through to the completion of a demo recording.

You'll also learn how to use industry standard studio equipment and programs for sound production. What a great way to get your career started!

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
VET for secondary students
Industry: Creative Industries
National course code: CUA30920 | WA State ID: AC70

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Get started on a sound career in the music industry

This qualification will provide you with the practical skills and knowledge to record, mix and edit sound sources and you will learn about the music industry from the production perspective.

The Certificate III in Music (Sound Production) will give you a practical introduction to recording processes including, mixing, editing and post-production. You will participate in recording sessions for bands in our studios and follow the production processes through to the completion of a demo recording.

This course is only offered in semester 2 each year.

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