Diploma of Sound Production
TAFE Queensland Gold Coast
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Music Training Package. It is designed for people who wish to develop specialist expertise in the music industry and learn how to apply sound production principles in practical situations such as setting up and operating stage monitor systems and composing and producing sound recordings.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Ensure a safe workplace; Develop specialist expertise in the music industry; Apply music knowledge and artistic judgement. Specialist: Mix live audio; Set up and operate stage monitor systems; Produce sound recordings; Manage and exploit copyright arrangements; Compose music using electronic media; Apply concepts about the impact of music to professional practice; plus more and electives
About TAFE Queensland Gold CoastTAFE Queensland Gold Coast has four campuses and an enrolment of over 16,000 students each year.
The Institute provides nationally recognised and accredited qualifications, including apprenticeships, traineeships, certificates and advanced diplomas. With partnerships across 45 industry reference groups and 9 Australian universities, all courses are designed to ensure graduates enter the workforce or university with relevant practical skills. Many of the Institute's courses offer a pathway to university.
TAFE Queensland Gold Coast has a dedicated international team servicing its international students, as well as an IELTS testing facility. Students completing a specialised English program can enter directly into a certificate or diploma course.
Free student support services and commercial training facilities are available.
The Gold Coast has beaches, national parks, rainforests and a cosmopolitan lifestyle. It is 45 minutes by road from Brisbane, Queensland's capital, and has excellent medical facilities, food, public transport and educational services. A wide range of accommodation options is available or, with a homestay arrangement, students can live with an Australian family and practice their English skills.
Provider CRICOS: 03037G RTO code: 0083
DiplomaCourse code: CUS50209
- Full-time internal = 1 year
16 units: 3 core; 8 specialist; 5 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Musicians write, arrange, orchestrate, perform, record and conduct musical compositions.
Production crew members look after the setting up, dismantling, removal and maintenance of music and theatre production equipment for stage performances. They also transport and maintain equipment between shows.