The aim of this course is for learners to be able to produce an arranged music sequence
Updated February 2019
An interest in music and sound recording
A music sequencer is one of the most important pieces of equipment that is used in our home studios. It’s where we record, edit and process a lot of the electronic drum, bass, and synth parts created for our productions. There are lots of different types of these devices available, most of them are software-based.
You’ll find the same basic functions across the different types of music sequencer as well – recording, editing, and the playback of MIDI data.
You will learn how to operate a computer based applications and understand the basic functions of a software sequencer. You will be expected to produce an arrangement demonstrating the use of multi-tracking using simple arranging techniques.
Assessment will be carried out through questioning and practical demonstrations
Gower College Swansea offers the following full time music qualifications:
Level 2 in Music Performance and Production
Level 3 in Music Performance and Production