Comments about Advanced Diploma of Music (Music Production) - On Campus - Perth - WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Western Australia
Aimed at creating studio producers for the commercial music industry. This VET course is offered by WAAPA as a Registered Training Organisation under the Australian Quality Training Framework. The Units of Competence from the nationally accredited Music (CUS01) Industry Training Package are clustered within the course delivery units. These delivery units form training in the industry areas of studio recording and production ‑ including surround, music for film and video, songwriting‑arranging, electronic music, concert practice, history, theory‑rhythm studies, aural, keyboard skills, professional practice and professional management.
To be eligible to enter this course, students must: * Hold a Certificate IV in Music or equivalent qualification/experience in a relevant stream of study, and * Pass an audition/interview. Information relating to interview requirements and procedures is available from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Advanced Diploma of Music (Music Production)
This course is available for on-campus study by students with an International student visa
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
All delivery units are full year units.
The Advanced Diploma in Music (Music Production) course at WAAPA provides students with a total of 29 units from the Music Training Package. Students commence the program at AQF level 5 - Diploma and graduate at AQF level 6 - Advanced Diploma after two years full time study.
In Year One of the program, students complete 14 units of pre-requisite knowledge from the AQF level 5 - Diploma. In Year Two, students complete an additional 15 units to qualify for the Advanced Diploma of Music.
Comprehensive information regarding these two programs is available in the CUS01 Music Industry Training Package.
These Units of Competency are clustered within the course delivery units of studio recording and production – including surround, music for film and video, songwriting-arranging, electronic music, concert practice, history, theory-rhythm studies, aural, keyboard skills, professional practice and professional management.
Unit Description Points
CUSADM08A Address copyright requirements 0
CUSSAF02A Follow health, safety and security procedures in the music industry 0
CUSMGE04A Analyse music 0
CUSMGE13A Apply music knowledge and artistic judgement 0
CUSMCP08A Arrange music for a brief 0
CUSMCP04A Compose songs or tunes in a range of styles 0
CUSSOU15A Create a final sound balance 0
CUSSOU11A Operate sound mixing console 0
CUSMGE14A Read music for performance and analysis 0
CUSMGE10A Use MIDI devices and/or software to compose music 0
CUSSOU16A Develop sound design 0
CUSMGE12A Maintain and expand music knowledge and critical listening skills 0
CUESMT06B Plot technical requirements from scores 0
CUSMCP02A Compose a simple song or tune 0
CUSBGE17A Maintain and apply music industry knowledge 0
CUSSOU17A Develop and implement sound production for a recording 0
Unit Description Points
CUSMCP11A Compose music for screen 0
CUSMCP05A Create original music 0
CUSMGE02A Develop self as artist 0
CUSSOU21A Direct A Final Audio Master 0
CUSGEN03A Collaborate with colleagues in planning and producing a project 0
CUSSOU19A Manage production for sound recording 0
CUSSOU13A Set up, operate and de-rig portable sound recording equipment 0
CUSSOU23A Specify sound systems 0
CUSSOU22A Implement Sound Design 0
CUESOU6A Design Sound Systems 0
CUSSOU18A Manage production for sound design 0
CUSSOU20A Prepare and compile music for a soundtrack 0
CUSMGE07A Analyse harmony 0