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The Music Business

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MODULES

  • The Music Business

 

PERSONALITY PROFILE

Love of Music | Creative | Passionate | Dedicated

 

OUTCOMES

  • A working knowledge of the business side of the music industry
  • Understanding of the various commercial entities and parts of the music and entertainment supply chain and industry
  • Understanding of where the major and independent record companies fir into the environment
  • Understanding of the roles of artists, producers, publishing companies, managers, agents, promoters and attorneys
  • Understanding of the contractual landscape and framework
  • Understand new challenges from digital technology and the Internet
  • Insight into evolving markets and career paths
  • Understanding of the core concepts associated with copyright and trademark law as the apply to music

 

Africa’s largest independent dance record label, Soul Candi, has teamed up with Boston City Campus & Business College to bring you a revolutionary new approach to digital music composition and production. This Short Learning Programme, one of a kind in Africa, seamlessly integrates modern music composition with all the latest music production techniques being used by the world’s best hit-making producers.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT

Grade 12 Certificate; or National Certificate: (Vocational) L4; or equivalent qualification OR alternatively Learners can apply for RPL entry into the Programme from the Academic Committee at Boston Head Office.

 

PROGRAMME CATEGORY

BOSTON SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMME

On successful completion the Learner will be issued a Boston Short Learning Programme The Music Business

 

 

 

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