Commercial Music Production at the Warrington Campus offers a three-year programme aimed at developing student knowledge in key aspects of music production. The purpose of the programme is to provide a realistic outlook on the industry, covering studio production and engineering, the music business and music creation. Additionally, some aspects of music marketing, artist development and record promotion may be developed. The course will give you a good grounding in key aspects of music production and related areas. Among other things, we aim to provide you with the opportunity to produce professional-quality music recordings, using industry-standard equipment and proven methods and practice.
The course will prepare you for a wide range of jobs including: Jobs directly related to your degree: * Music promotions manager * Studio sound engineer * Music Producer * Recording Engineer * Mix Engineer * A&R Representative * Music Management Assistant * Foley Artist Jobs where your degree would be useful: * Music journalist * Further education lecturer * Music teacher You will be equipped with transferable skills which are valued by employers such as: * Analytical; * Organisational; * Communication; * ICT; * Ability to work under pressure; * Drive, motivation and persistence; * Ability to work alone and in a team; * Negotiation. If you are studying this course on a combined basis you should look at options with both subjects. For further information please visit: www.chester.ac.uk/careers