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FdA MUSIC PRODUCTION AND LIVE SOUND


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH PETROC: HEB002 UCAS: PW33


2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 3 YEARS, PART-TIME


This course is aimed at music producers who wish to develop their skills to a professional level and gain an in-depth understanding of the music industry. A key feature of this course is its dual focus on technology and creativity. The programme has close links with local and national events and music management companies, giving you the best chance at getting your foot in the door of the music industry.


You will study a wide range of modules, including Live Sound Engineering, Recording Studio Engineering, and Sound & Music for Film/TV/Games.


Stage 1 introduces professional and developmental skills to enable you to progress your ability as a live sound and recording engineer, and also develop your knowledge of mixing and mastering.


Stage 2 will take the skills you developed in Stage 1 further. You will develop as an entrepreneurial music practitioner, progressing skills in events management, live sound, lighting for performance, sequencing, record production, and sound for media.


You will have access to an 800-capacity live music and arts venue, individual workstations, state-of-the-art recording studios, and rehearsal booths.


PROGRESSION


Students who successfully pass their foundation degree may be able to progress to Stage 3 of the BA (Hons) Music at the University of Plymouth, subject to an application deadline and the availability of places. Applications must be made within three years.


FdSc PRODUCTION AND MANUFACTURING


AWARDING BODY: UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH PETROC: HEB127 UCAS: G100


2 YEARS, FULL-TIME | 3 YEARS, PART-TIME


Whether you are wanting to enter a career in engineering - specifically in the production and manufacturing industries - or are already in employment within this field but wish to progress to a higher technology technician/engineering role, this foundation degree is for you.


You will develop your knowledge and understanding of the principles of production and manufacturing through studying a wide range of topics including Engineering Science, Engineering Materials, Production Management, Robotics and Automation Systems, and Mechanical Principles, as well as undertaking an Engineering Project.


This course will be taught at the college's Engineering Centre of Excellence, which is a specialist training and assessment facility for engineering and manufacturing students. The centre contains industry-standard CAD facilities, 3D printing, mechanical design and production assembly including robotic systems, a fabrication and welding workshop, CNC and manual machining. #


PROGRESSION


Upon successful completion of this foundation degree, you may be able to progress to further study at honours degree level.


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