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Music and Sound Production Courses

Do you want to turn notes into music and music into money? You should consider being a producer, musician or sound technician where your career brings your ideas to life. A music or sound production course can lead you to write, perform and deliver exciting projects that reach wide audiences.

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Does this Describe You?

  • Innovative
  • Technical
  • Productive

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Fees and payment options
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Find a Course:

Job Opportunities:

  • Recording artist
  • Stage-hand
  • Sound engineer
  • Record producer
  • Booking agent
  • Songwriter
  • Music teacher
  • Road crew
  • Music publisher

Fun Facts

 Songs that get stuck in your head are called “earworms”

Average Salary

$1,509

(based on the average weekly salary sound technicians)

Vacant Fiance Jobs

2015-2019

moderate growth for job openings for music professionals

Number of Accountants

14,000

employed music professionals in Australia