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Music, Sound & Audio Courses

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Progressing from self-taught to skilled?

Our Certificate III courses will take you from mixing in your bedroom to mixing in a studio environment on state of the art equipment.

Seeking to broaden your skills base?

A Diploma course will give you everything you need to work in different areas of the industry.

Interested in going pro?

A Bachelor's degree will open professional doors for you. This is a high-level course that will give your career a leading edge.

Listen up! If studios, gigs and festivals are your thing, turn up the volume on your skills for an exciting career in music, sound and audio. Learn to use the equipment that pros use to DJ, produce music and refine sound quality in the studio, at events and concerts to step into a corresponding role. If you're after a job that's fun and lucrative, there's a qualification for you here.

  • Introductory courses establish music knowledge and give you a good technical foundation, while degree-level courses will take your sound mixing and engineering skills to pro level.
  • Press play on a career as a DJ, studio engineer, music producer, composer, recording artist, or live sound engineer.
  • Talk to a CoursesNow consultant on 1300 192 927 to secure a place in one of our studio-based programs.

Career Pathways

Whether you're a self-taught DJ looking to get the most out of your equipment, or a composer or a sound engineer in the making, you need a suite of skills to take you to the studio or gig venue. The role of performing arts technician covers everything from musician and music or sound effects producer, to audio engineer and live sound engineer.

Graduates will understand what makes good sound quality and acquire foundational skills such as mixing, as well as learn how to use the latest audio equipment in a studio environment.

This industry is broad in scope with roles in sound studios dealing with recording artists and film-makers, positions at live music venues, theatres and festivals, and niches for DJs and audio technicians at events. Build a solo business in roles such as composer, sound producer and DJ or join a studio, venue or event company. Highly skilled practitioners can expect better pay and more opportunities.

Practitioners may choose to join a professional body such as the Audio Engineering Society to further their technical knowledge, the Australian Music Association for industry support, or the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance for advocacy.