Glenrothes (Stenton) Campus
Working on a range of projects from week 1, whether you’re interested in audio engineering, production, sound design for games and film, re-mixing or using DAWs and instruments to create songs and soundscapes, we’ll support you to acquire work-ready skills. You’ll also develop an understanding of the wider creative industries and how your skills can contribute to the success of computer games, film and television, music and radio production, and much more.
You will study: Multi-track recording and mixing; Sound production theory and practice; The creative industries; Acoustics; Digital audio workstations; Location recording; Post production sound; Creative music re-mixing; Music production; Pro Tools 101 and potentially higher.
1 Higher; preferably Music or Music Technology plus National 5 English; or Higher English plus National 5 Music or Music Technology; or Foundation Apprenticeship Creative and Digital Media plus National 5 Science or Music; or NC Sound Production; or other relevant national qualifications at SCQF Level 6. Interview and short practical test.