There are no exams. Coursework is presented on your own website for continuous evaluation by staff. At the end of each year, you will receive a grade which is moderated by UAL.
Music Performance and Production Level 2
On the Extended Diploma in Music Performance and Production UAL Level 2 course, you will learn a wide range of musical skills: performance; composition; studio production; music and sound for video; event organisation, all underpinned by effective research.
There are several important areas that are also covered: music law; psychology of music and therapy; sound design and synthesis and health and safety for musicians.
A curiosity and enthusiasm to explore a range of musical skills and experiences, going beyond what you are used to is the key to success and progression into a competitive industry.
The Music Department has industry-standard facilities, including Logic, Ableton, Native Instruments and Waves software. We have superbly equipped rehearsal rooms and mixdown/programming suites, as well as a state-of the-art main recording studio. You can take a look at our college facilities, including our music studios, by clicking here. You can also have a look at our 360 Virtual Tour, where you can take yourself on a virtual tour of our brand new music studios.
For additional information about the UAL Diploma ion Music Performance and Production, click here to download the flyer from UAL.
Watch the Easter Music Concert, March 2022
Watch the latest Music concert performed by students on the course on Facebook Live by clicking here.
Exam Board: UAL
STARTS IN SEPTEMBER
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How is the course assessed?
What skills will I need for the course?
You will need to be a proficient performer on an instrument or voice, or have experience in composing or recording music. We recommend at least a basic knowledge of the music keyboard. Some experience with music software is also recommended.
What formal entry requirements will I need?
5 GCSE’s at 4, and pass an audition. You can perform or play us music that you have composed/recorded.
What are my progression option?
All our students have been able to progress to their chosen HE courses, or further training and employment.
Are there any costs involved?
You will need a good pair of headphones and a data stick.
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