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Pulse College launch Part-Time Music Production for Games Course
09 Dec 2016 : Katie McNeice
The two-year course has been launched in partnership with Griffith College and is a part-time version of the Certificate in Music Production for Games.

It begins on Monday January 30th, with classes scheduled for 18:30-21:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays and every second Saturday from 10:00-16:00. Classes are scheduled from January-May and September-December.

Through assignments and industry relevant projects, students will gain knowledge of the specific music production techniques for video games. They will also develop a portfolio of work better preparing them to enter the industry.

Key Course Content:

  • Music Technology
  • Applications Technology
  • Music and Image
  • Sound Design for Games
  • Games Development
  • Interactive Storytelling
  • Music Composition for Games

General Course Requirements:

  • Grade 4 in Music or equivalent (candidates are required to have prior knowledge in Music Theory)
  • A proven interest in audio and/or music technology, and to display some interest in related creative media arts
  • Basic knowledge of computers (Mac/PC, and audio software): helpful but not essential
View this course online for more information




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