Compare Courses in Music in South Africa 2019/2020
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Music programs offer students the opportunity to pursue an array of subjects, from music theory to concert performance. Whether technically proficient or academically curious, music studies provide an engaging approach to a greater appreciation of the art.
Upon successful completion of this programme, the learner will receive the Damelin Short Programme Certificate in Digital DJ’ing.
Course in Music - Short Programme in Digital DJCertificationUpon successful completion of this programme, the learner will receive the Damelin Short Programme Certificate in Digital DJ’ing.Entry Requirements
Basic computer and sound equipment skills
A learner must have a keen interest in the world of DJ’ing
Course DurationThe programme duration is 60 hours and tuition is face-to-face. Each Damelin campus has a different tuition schedule. Programmes are offered during the week, in the evenings, or on Saturdays.Course IntroThis short programme is intended to acquaint learners with the necessary skills that are needed to mix and make demos, and to play to a live crowd. Whether using a digital or vinyl track, a DJ will be able to set the mood, amp up the excitement, and get a crowd rocking! Learners will learn all the technical know-how required as well as advice on how to create their own DJ’ing style and how to make DJ’ing work for them. With tips on equipment essentials, such as turntables, slipmats and needles, headphones, and amplifiers, as well as buying records, CDs, and MP3s, this programme will take learners through the basics of mixing, song structure, building a foolproof set, creating a great demo, and what to do when they finally face a live audience....