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Diploma of Music Industry - Music Production

  • Diploma

Enrol in Melbourne Polytechnic's Diploma of Music Industry (Music Production) and learn specialist skills for sound production. A qualification and real industry experience will help you stand out of the crowd in the competitive music industry.

Key details

Degree Type
Diploma
Duration
12 months full-time
Course Code
CUA50815, 092774C
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Feb, Jul

About this course

Make some serious noise

Enrol in Melbourne Polytechnic's Diploma of Music Industry (Music Production) and learn specialist skills for sound production. A qualification and real industry experience will help you stand out of the crowd in the competitive music industry. Australia's songwriting industry is worth almost $400 million a year. Melbourne, with its dynamic and exciting music scene, is the perfect place to turn your passion for sound into a harmonious and fulfilling career.

Industry-level experience before you graduate

Students of our Diploma of Music Industry CUA50815 (Music Production) will analyse the works of other musicians and explore writing and producing their own music and sound designs. Acquire skills in sound synthesis, composition and arrangement, along with recording, mixing and live sound. You will work in state-of-the-art recording and live-performance facilities that use both analogue and digital technologies. Melbourne Polytechnic's sound studios are equipped with Pro Tools and Ableton Live. This industry-standard software will allow you to produce electronic music and sounds for commercial release, live performance, theatre, film and television. Melbourne Polytechnic is an Avid Training Provider, giving you the opportunity to become a Pro Tools Certified Operator

Get on track in the audio industry

Graduates of Melbourne Polytechnic's Diploma of Music Industry CUA50815 (Music Production) will have developed an excellent understanding of compositional techniques using electronic media and an understanding of recording, editing and mixing. You may find work as a music producer, electronic music artist, sound designer, music composer and arranger, music and sound editor, DJ, audio engineer or live recording engineer.

Entry requirements

Study locations

Fairfield

Career pathways

  • Sound Designer
  • Music Composer
  • Audio Engineer
  • Music Producer
  • Electronic Music Artist
  • Music Arranger

Credit for prior study or work

You can seek Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) where your work experience or qualifications of an advanced and related nature have been undertaken. RPL is individually assessed based on evidence submitted by the student to the teaching department. Applications for RPL will be assessed by relevant Melbourne Polytechnic trainers, academics and where appropriate, industry experts.

Graduate outcomes

Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Creative Arts courses at Melbourne Polytechnic.
56%
Employed full-time