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Students are encouraged to explore their musicality and create original materials using technology. For example students have the opportunity to sequence MIDI and audio, record live instruments, and compose using music technology. They will also build an understanding of the technical processes and principles that underpin effective use of music technology, and comment on it in writing. The College has a fully-equipped recording studio running the latest versions of Logic Pro X and Sibelius.
One recording, chosen from a list of 10 songs provided by Pearson, consisting of a minimum of five compulsory instruments and two additional instruments.
|Component 2||Technology-based composition
|Component 3||Listening and analysing
Written examination: 1 hour 30 minutes
|Unit 4||Producing and analysing
Written/practical examination: 2 hours 15 minutes (plus 10 minutes setting–up time)
Past students of Music Technology have gone on to follow degree courses such as Music, Music Production, Popular Music and Music Performance at leading universities such as The Royal Northern College of Music, Goldsmiths, The Academy of Contemporary Music, Middlesex University, Southampton Solent University, BIMM, ICMP, SAE Institute.
Students may have studied GCSE Music (but this is not a pre-requisite) with instrumental skills being highly desirable.
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