About The Course

Designed to meet the technical demands of the music industry as well as to focus on individual creativity, the Diploma in Sound & Music Technology blends theory and practical leraning to equip graduates with skills for a variety career opportunities.

What you Learn

Semester 1

 

  • English For Music 1
  • Human Hearing & Sound Foundation
  • Audio Signal Flow
  • Introduction to Analogue Audio Stations
  • Music Introduction
  • Elective

 

Semester 2

 

  • English for Music 2
  • Music Appreciation
  • Music Introduction 2
  • Microphone & Speakers
  • Basic Recording
  • Elective

 

Semester 3

 

  • Ear Training
  • Keyboard Harmony
  • Advanced Analogue Recording Application
  • MIDI, Synthesis & Sampling
  • Music Introduction 3
  • Elective

     

Semester 4

 

  • Advanced Digital Audio Workstation
  • Audio Mastering
  • Vocal Technique
  • Audio Live Sound
  • Music Composition & Arrangement 1
  • Studio Acoustics
  • Elective

 

Semester 5

 

  • Sound Design
  • Audio Surround
  • Music Composition & Arrangement 2
  • Career Management

 

Semester 6

 

  • Music Business & Law
  • Audio System Maintenance & Computer Management
  • Album Production
  • Internship

Accreditation & Advantages

Faculty of Multimedia Creativity KP/JPS (KA6818) 03/16

Fee & Financial Aids

1. Various scholarships available

Future Pathway

  • Acoustic Specialist
  • Music Director
  • Concert Manager
  • Recording Producer
  • Production Director
  • Recording Engineer
  • Music Composer & Arranger
  • Broadcasting Engineer
  • Sound Designer
  • Film Scorer
  • Live Sound Engineer

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