DIPLOMA OF MUSIC INDUSTRY

CUA50815 DIPLOMA OF MUSIC INDUSTRY



[COMPOSITION & SOUND PRODUCTION]

OVERVIEW

The Diploma of Music Industry delivered by AOMI is tailored towards contemporary music composition and production with an emphasis on working within a DAW (digital audio workstation) environment.
 
Students cover music the art and craft of contemporary music composition and production, mixing, signal flow, audio and MIDI editing, digital audio fundamentals, synthesis and sampling, and much more.
 
Students are also exposed to fundamental legal and workplace requirements including copyright, publishing, legislation, contracts and invoicing. The preparation and promotion of marketing materials such as an EPK (electronic press kit) and press releases are also taught and explored as part of the course.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

To apply for entry in the Diploma of Music Industry course at AOMI, a video audition together with a phone/Internet interview is conducted. This is done in order to assess the current musical skills and aptitude to study within an online environment of all applicants.

The audition process is to ensure the student is able to study at a Diploma level and allows AOMI to best assess the applicants potential and advise on the most suitable level of study for the applicant to undertake. 

HOW TO ENROL

STEP 1 - Record your 5 minute audition video and submit either private link using YouTube, Vimeo, DropBox, OneDrive. Alternatively you can submit a link to your YouTube channel or SoundCloud page which shows examples of your musical ability.

STEP 2 - Fill out an enrolment form and submit. Make sure you remember to include the link to your audition video.

STEP 3 - Sit back, relax and wait to hear from us. When we receive your application, you will receive a notification from us stating that we will process your application shortly. Our enrolment team will then assess your application and be in contact with you.

UNITS

BSBCRT501    Originate and Develop Concepts [CORE]
CUACMP501   Manage Copyright Arrangements [CORE]
CUAIND402     Provide Freelance Services [CORE]
CUAPPR505    Establish and Maintain Safe Creative Practice [CORE]
CUAIND401     Extend Expertise in Specialist Creative Fields
CUAMCP401    Develop Techniques for Arranging Music [COMPOSITION]
CUAMCP402    Develop Techniques for Composing Music [COMPOSITION]
CUAMCP501    Compose Music Using Electronic Media [COMPOSITION]
CUAMCP502    Compose Music for Screen [COMPOSITION]
CUAWRT503    Write About Music [COMPOSITION]
CUASOU405    Record Sound [SOUND PRODUCTION]
CUASOU409    Mix Recorded Music [SOUND PRODUCTION]
CUASOU407    Edit Sound [SOUND PRODUCTION]
CUASOU503    Develop Sound Designs [SOUND PRODUCTION]
CUASOU506    Create a Final Sound Balance [SOUND PRODUCTION]
CUASOU505    Implement Sound Designs [SOUND PRODUCTION]

WHAT'S INCLUDED?

Students receive all course content including PDF files, audio and video content and more via the AOMI online study portal. In addition, AOMI provide enrolled students with the following in order to undertake the studies:
•    DAW Pro Tools 12 Academic
•    DAW Harrison MIXBUS
•    DAW Ableton LIVE Lite 9
•    Beyerdynamic Headphones                     
•    2 x Rode 5 (matched pair) Studio Condenser Microphones
•    Yamaha MG10XU mixing desk + USB interface
•    Novation 25 MIDI Keyboard LaunchKEY
•    Textbooks: Music and Copyright
•    Textbooks: Copyright and Publishers

OUTCOMES

Students who attain the Diploma of Music Industry qualification from AOMI are well placed to undertake a range of employment positions including the following:
•    Professional Musician
•    Music and/or Record Producer
•    Music Composer for Film, TV and/or Gaming
•    Jingle Composer
•    Sound Designer
•    Studio Operator and/or Assistant

DURATION

PART-TIME - 2 years (8 terms)
FULL-TIME - 1 year (4 terms)

MODE OF DELIVERY

Online (distance education)

COST
$14,970 (PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE)

READY TO ENROL?

ENROL ONLINE