Music Production


Music Production

Music makes a huge contribution to people’s lives, and it is used all over the world in various ways. It is used in performance, therapy, marketing, advertising, film, and many more outlets to have a hugely positive effect on the economy, society and our way of life. It forms part of our culture, our history and our future. Our courses are offered in partnership with the Hertfordshire College of Music (HCM), and delivered by professionals with real industry experience who will nurture your love of music, help you develop your talents and train you in technique, theory and performance to introduce you to the music industry.

Course Information

  • Levels available 2 / 3
  • Start Date 02/09/2019
  • Course Ref MUSICPROD
  • Location Chaffron Way Campus
  • Fees N/A

If you are over 19+ then please contact us for more information

What will I do?

To launch a successful career in the music industry, you need to have experience. As an HCM Music student, you’ll have vast opportunities to take part in a range of activities designed to give you first-hand insight and understanding of the modern music industry. With fully equipped rehearsal studios, performance spaces and industry standard resources, you will grow your skill set and learn new techniques to become a well-rounded music producer. You will cover all aspects of the music industry, from learning to compose and arrange different styles of music through researching and understanding musical styles and influences from the history of contemporary music, to gaining advanced music technology and production skills relevant to the industry in its current state. You’ll also take part in and attend masterclasses, studio shows, regular live gigs and Q&A sessions with industry guests to get an insight into a career in music production.

What's next?

If music is and always has been your passion, a career in it can be incredibly rewarding and enjoyable. You should be able to demonstrate your passion for music production and electronic music. Dedication is key, as is the determination to pursue a career in the music industry. Thinking outside the box and pushing the boundaries of creativity are a must, along with keeping up to date with the current music industry.

Is it for me?

There is so much more to the music industry than you would think. You could go on to study a university-level qualification in music or a related subject such as music technology, music production, or electronic music production. Our courses focus on preparing you for work in the industry in your chosen area, or you could go into teaching your instrument.


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