The Electronic Music Production and Sound Design Diploma programme will empower students with the full spectrum of skills to become professional electronic music producers and performers. You will cover foundational music theory knowledge before progressing to the intricacies of crafting tracks and beats in a wide range of electronic music genres. The programme will take you through the building blocks of loops and samples and challenge you to create sonic scapes that push the boundaries of the genre. You will be challenged to think critically and creatively as you dive into the technical aspects of sound design using both soft synths and hardware synthesisers. Extremely good. Must not be missed!
Foundation Diploma in Electronic Music Production & Sound Design – Students first explore the fundamentals of audio and how sound is produced and transmitted. They will develop both technical and creative skills that lay the groundwork for producing their own tracks.
Diploma in Electronic Music Production & Sound Design – Students apply their foundational skills and competencies to create the loops, beats and samples that form an electronic music track. They will be challenged to experiment with synthesizers to create truly original sounds and become confident in putting up show-stopping live sets.
Students who complete the Diploma in Communication Design after the 1st Year can choose to start working or progress to a Bachelor’s Degree programme in our partner universities.
Bachelor’s Degrees – Students will be able to progress on and select a Bachelor’s Degree programme and graduate within 2 years.
By the end of the Foundation Diploma in Electronic Music Production & Sound Design, students will be able to write, arrange and produce simple music tracks in a variety of music styles.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to progress to the Diploma in Electronic Music Production & Sound Design and, thereafter, enrol in a Bachelor’s Degree with our partner universities (subject to the university’s entry requirements).
The maximum teacher to student ratio for the course is 1:18. The average class size is 12.
|Club/Radio DJ||Performer/Artist||Electronic Music Producer||Recording Engineer||Audio Developer|
|Sound Designer||Film/TV/Video Composer/Scorer||Sound Designer (Games and Tech)||SFX Editor|
"I was able to start my music career as an artist and producer after my graduation from Orita Sinclair's 1-year Diploma Programme."
Graduated from School of Music
"Orita Sinclair really Pushed my boundaries and let me out of my comfort zone. I'm currently working with BandLab Technologies as a Social Media Specialist"
Graduated from School of Music
Qualifications for becoming a music producer include a solid understanding of audio, harmony, and songwriting principles. You will also need to be able to operate a Digital Audio Workstation, which you will frequently use to produce music.
There is no specific location for learning music production. You can even learn it on your own and begin producing tracks with the DIgital Audio Workstation. However, if you need assistance, you can enrol in a music production course.
The best music production course provides in-depth approaches to the various components of music. The ideal course should also allow you to practise by creating your tracks.
You might want to look into our music production courses, including a Diploma in Music Production & Audio Engineering, a Diploma in Electronic Music Production and Sound Design, and an Advanced Diploma in Music Production. Enroling in any of these courses should provide you with a thorough understanding of music production, depending on the specific skills you seek.
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