Remington College’s 8 month Beat Production and Recording Arts Technology Diploma program can help get you on the track to an entry-level career in the music industry.* This program covers a wide range of modern music production fundamentals—from building a beat and recording tracks to music marketing and beat and production skills. If you have a creative mind and a love for music, then a Diploma in Beat Production and Recording Arts Technology can help you on the path to this diverse and artistic industry.
The mark of a great producer is their ability to innovate in creative ways in a variety of settings. Since the music industry can be competitive, aspiring beat producers may benefit from the education Remington College provides. In the program, study how to grow your audience organically and differentiate yourself by finding a specific niche for creating and selling beats. Upon completion of the program, graduates should be prepared for entry-level positions in music production, marketing, and selling beats.*
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Growth is expected to stem from businesses, schools, and entertainment industries seeking to improve their audio and video capabilities. They will need technicians to set up, operate, and maintain equipment.
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As a beat producer, you may actively compose music including the use of both live and synthesized instruments. A graduate from the Beat Production and Recording Arts Technology program may find employment in a variety of areas in the music industry.* Duties often include beat composition, sound creation, music marketing, vocal recording, sound mixing, distribution and more.
Course topics include the following:
A diploma in Beat Production and Recording Arts Technology is designed to prepare you for work in a variety of music industry careers, including:
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