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If you’re ready to beat match, scratch, tweak, balance, cross-fade, juggle, loop, mix, riff, scribble, trim, and stutter your way into the electronic music performance scene then the Electronic Music Artist program at our Kelowna college is exactly the place you want to be.
The program equips you with the necessary tools providing the foundation to build your career as a digital audio composition and performance artist. You’ll be taken through the art of production while learning the business and entrepreneurial side of the industry. You will train using leading software and technology and work with industry experienced instructors as you learn the true artistry behind live performance.
KELOWNA COLLEGE: ELECTRONIC MUSIC ARTIST CERTIFICATE
Ever wondered how to become a DJ? Culture and technology have converged to create an explosion in digital music composition and performance. Electronic Music Artists have emerged as composers and stars on both live and virtual stages. The world has become a virtual stage through which the art form has transcended the conventions of a ‘DJ’ and where electronic music artists have become performers and musicians in their own right who bring music to the masses in unique variations designed to entice, inspire, and entertain.
ELECTRONIC MUSIC ARTIST CAREERS
The Electronic Music Artist program gives you the skills needed to launch your music career in:
- Sound Design and Music Production
- MIDI Programming
- Sound and Music Composition for Media
- Sound Designer
- Sound FX & Dialogue Editor
- Audiovisual (AV) & Multimedia Production
PROGRAM START DATES
There are four starts within the calendar year: January, April, July, and October. Many of our programs have multiple starts, however, not all campuses offer all four starts and not all programs are offered during each start. For the most up-to-date information, contact a Program Advisor.
Although the Centre encourages applicants to submit applications a minimum of six weeks prior to program commencement, with permission, late applications may still be allowed. All applications received less than six weeks prior to program start require the seat reservation deposit paid in full as well as all other admissions requirements to be completed at the time of the application.
Last updated October 9, 2015