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Duration

60 weeks

Tuition

$8,725

  London

Sep 6-Oct 28

Commitment

Full-Time

Delivery

Classroom

Year Founded

1967

Scholarships

no

The Music Industry Arts program is a creative and practical environment that allows students to discover and develop the artistic, technical and business skills that will prepare them to compete in today’s evolving music and entertainment industry.

The program approach is intensively hands-on, with professional recording, performance and lab facilities exclusively dedicated to student use.  Course content is wide and equally balanced between artist development and technical skills which accentuates experiential learning within the program. Course curricula is wide by design and includes: artist development, music publishing, entertainment law, copyright, sales and promotion, music theory, ear training, music writing and arranging, creative audio production techniques, functions of digital and analog consoles, audio recording/mixing, studio operation, design and management, audio for picture, as well as live audio production.  Computer literacy, audio and editing techniques relevant to the disciplines of music creation and audio post-production are offered through theory and practical applications. Collaborative projects utilizing other media-based programs within the College are done on a regular basis.

What You’ll Learn
  • Display positive and professional attitude towards the responsibility and respect for the creation of music and sound.
  • Meet strict deadlines and enhance creativity through the act of balancing technology and arts.
  • Apply market ready skills in: music and sound recording, preproduction, audio production, writing, arranging, editing, mixing, contracting, and delivering, artist discovery, development, direction, marketing, promotion, tour management and live sound production.
  • Utilize strong time management, problem solving and organizational skills.
  • Stay current with industry practices primarily in the technical and secondarily in non-technical audio industry sectors through the use of creating sound and music.
  • Operate audio and video hardware and software through the creation and design of sound and music either with or without moving or still pictures.
  • Apply industry level skills in the operation of live sound and music recording.
  • Create all documentation necessary in order to develop a music artist.

 

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Student Reviews (1)

Fanshawe College

Fanshawe Filmmaking

John Hofman

London • October 28, 2020

Graduated From

Film & Television Production

Overall:

4 out of 5

Instructors:

3 stars

Curriculum:

3 stars

Job Assistance:

5 stars
I did film at Fanshawe and it delivered what it promised. Some of my instructors were awesome while others were so-so. I grew up in London and stayed close to home but realized after I was in the program that there are other schools in Toronto that have a...

I did film at Fanshawe and it delivered what it promised. Some of my instructors were awesome while others were so-so. I grew up in London and stayed close to home but realized after I was in the program that there are other schools in Toronto that have a better reputation. Also people talk about Fanshawe's "slacker vibe", but you don't have to fall into that trap. You can find slackers at every school. In the end, I have a stable job in my field and I live in Toronto. So no regrets, but make sure you put in the work and start networking from Day One.