15 TCE credit points

Hours: 150

Course overview

You have
May lead to
  • FCJ110 – Music Technology Projects 1: some prior experience with music technology tools (desirable but not mandatory).
  • FCJ111 – Music Technology Projects 2: to have successfully completed FCJ110
Music Technology Projects (University Connections Program)
  • A pathway to further university music technology and audio studies
  • Gaining credit towards an eligible University of Tasmania course.

  • About creating and shaping an audio product
  • About the tools used and skill-sets required in the audio/music technology industry
  • How to read, interpret and fulfil the requirements of a music technology project brief
  • To work effectively as an individual and as a member of a project team
  • Workplace health and safety issues relevant to the field.

  • Undertake recording techniques
  • Perform MIDI sequencing
  • Undertake mixing and/or re-mixing
  • Create multi-track recording
  • Develop sound design for vision.

  • Has studied music and music technology for a considerable period of time
  • Has a solid understanding of music technology
  • Wants to develop their musicianship and use of technology within the music field
  • Wants to have their course recognised by the University of Tasmania.
This course is available at 1 location
  • 2022 (current view)
  • 2023
  • 2024 (discontinued)