Kensington and Chelsea College has partnered with music technology giants Steinberg to become one of their internationally recognised training centres.
Steinberg technology, in particular its world renowned Cubase software, is used by professional music producers and engineers around the world. Such luminaries as Andre 3000 and Teddy Riley use it to compose, record, edit, mix and master audio. It is also the software on which Digital Musician students are taught at Kensington and Chelsea College.
Recently the college was chosen by Steinberg to become one of its official training centres, enabling the college to offer more training courses in MIDI and Audio skills using the world famous Cubase software.
In addition, music technology students will also receive certificates from Steinberg to demonstrate the high level of skills they have achieved during their studies at the college.
Bobby Demers, Course Director for Music Technology at the college, said:
‘With KCC now able to provide Steinberg Authorized courses, our students’ career prospects in music will be increased. They will able to demonstrate a proven level of skill in music production achieved while at the college using industry recognized professional software’
From 2013 the college will be offering a selection of short courses in Cubase MIDI and Audio production. For more information contact Bobby Demers on 020 7573 5396 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent KCC music technology success stories include student Kayvon Razavi, who was recently commissioned to produce a soundtrack for an international Adidas advertising campaign.
Date published: 25 November 2012