MUSIC PRODUCTION & BUSINESs Certificate Courses 

 
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The Rhythm Studio's part-time Music Production & Business courses are a practical and career relevant alternative to traditional music GCSE and A-Level. Students learn to use state-of-the-art equipment to create and produce their own music while exploring the modern-day music industry landscape.

LEVEL 2

RSL LEVEL 2 Certificate

The course involves the successful completion of two units, Music Sequencing & Production and Organising A Music Event. This course is ideal for those who wish to supplement their GCSEs with an industry-relevant accredited music course.

Who is this course for?

The course is open to students aged 14-18 years and applicants should have prior music experience and a portfolio of music-making activity, and may have related Entry Level, Level 1 or Level 2 qualifications.

Course timetable

The course involves a 2.5 hour class each week over the course of three terms. Students are also required to spend one day in our recording studio during school holidays. The unit Organising A Music Event culminates the production of a live event, a full-day commitment which takes place during the later stages of the course. A selection of guest lectures from music industry professionals will take place throughout the year, which students will be encouraged to attend.

How Will I Be Assessed?

You will be assessed through a combination of practical work, written assignments and group projects.

What is a level 2 certificate

A Level 2 Certificate for Music Practitioners is a nationally recognised GCSE equivalent qualification.

Fees

£1095

Progression

Level 3 Certificate or Diploma courses.

Level 3

RSL Level 3 Certificate

The course involves the successful completion of one unit in Music Sequencing & Production. This course is ideal for those who wish to supplement their A-Levels with an industry-relevant accredited music course.

who is the course for?

The course is open to students aged 16-18 years old. Applicants should be competent with one of the popular music sequencing packages – Ableton Live, Logic, FL Studio or Cubase – and have Maths GCSE at grade C. Playing an instrument or having a music qualification, such as GCSE music, is not essential but would be advantageous as you will be studying some music theory and practice. When reviewing the qualifications and experience held by applicants applying for a Level 2 course, the following will be taken into account: related Entry Level, Level 1 or Level 2 qualifications, related musical experience and portfolio of music making activity.

Coure timetable

The course involves a 2 hour class each week over the course of three terms. Students are also required to spend one day in our recording studio during school holidays. A selection of guest lectures from music industry professionals will take place throughout the year, which students will be encouraged to attend.

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed through a combination of practical work, written assignments and group projects.

What is a level 3 certificate

A Level 3 Certificate for Music Practitioners is a nationally recognised A-Level equivalent qualification.

Fees

£1,095

Progression

1 year Level 3 Diploma course