Higher Rhythm

Updated Wednesday 14 June, 2017 by

Address:
Higher Rhythm, 53-57 Nether Hall Rd, Doncaster DN1 2PG

Contact: Paul Littlewood
Telephone: 01302 327769
Website: www.higherrhythm.co.uk/

Music, Media and More…

Higher Rhythm Ltd is an award-winning not for profit organisation, providing music, media, digital and creative industry activities for the Yorkshire region.

Starting in 2001 as Higher Rhythm Recording Studio, our recording studio in Doncaster, is now just one strand of Higher Rhythm Ltd.

The studio ranks amongst the best recording studios in Yorkshire, and we work with music artists at all levels to provide professional studio recording. However, it’s our additional support that makes us unique and we offer music releases, managed digital distribution, radio broadcasting opportunities, live events, workshops and more, and can help you every step of the way with all of this.

We also offer professional development, training and hands on volunteering experiences in Music Technology / Music Industry / Media and Radio Industries, and wider Digital and Creative Industries, alongside a regional Artist Development Programme, working with local, national and international industry partners to provide exposure for developing and emerging artists.

We’re all about supporting YOU and YOUR creativity…

BTEC Level 1, 2 & 3 Diploma in Music Technology

(Free for 16-18 year olds!)

This course offers an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in the area of Sound Recording & Music Technology, also looking at areas such as music business, recording studios, producing music and microphone techniques, with an opportunity to complete your own recordings. Your course will involve working individually, and as part of a team, using professional mixing consoles to produce multi-track sound recordings. Apple computers running software such as Pro Tools and Logic are also available to complete your work.

This qualification is suitable for: Anyone interested in music aged 16-18

Location: Higher Rhythm (Doncaster Town Centre)

Duration of course: 24 Weeks (2 days per week)

Cost of course: FREE to 16-18 year olds

The course is equivalent to 4 GCSE’s at A to C and provides a good basis to go on to further qualifications.

NCFE Level 2 Music Technology Course

(Free to 16-25 year olds!)

This is an 5 week course where learners are taught how to use Logic and Pro Tools software. Each candidate will learn recording and mixing techniques such as; Drum recording, Microphone use, editing and effects. Contact us to book your place!

Covered in the course;

Microphone Placement

Recording drums

Connecting studio equipment

Recording with Logic and Pro Tools software

Using outboard effects and plug ins

Mixing in and out of the PC

Digital Editing

Professional Experience Programmme

(Free for 16-21 year olds living in the DN postcode area)

Flexibly designed to act either as extended tasters, or as a progression path into deeper areas of industry following our accredited training options, the PEP offers the opportunity to build new skills or develop existing interests, whilst gaining ‘real-world’ experience of the music industry.

You can choose from a selection of activities including, Song Writer, Music Producer, or a cross-discipline Radio and Music route, each option consisting of 5 x 3 hour sessions, with volunteering opportunities included in each route to offer the chance of adding real industry practical experience to your C.V.

The team at Higher Rhythm have years of professional experience writing, recording, performing and releasing music to a global market. Programmes participants will therefore benefit from working as part of a group of creative individuals and gain further practical skills designed to help in the preparation for the next step.