Skip to content

Become a professional musician or sound engineer

Do you dream of being centre stage as a professional musician or vocalist? Or will your career take you behind-the-scenes as a sound engineer or composer? Whatever your music industry ambitions, a TAFE SA music and sound production courses can help turn your musical dreams into a reality.

Learn about arranging, composing, recording, mixing, performance, music theory, music technology and the fundamentals of the music business. Develop your skills and your confidence as you work with industry-standard facilities. Learn from our dedicated teachers with extensive real-world networks and experience.

Boost your music industry career with TAFE SA.

Sound Production

A graduate of the Diploma in Sound Production, Cat Connelly cites the state-of-the-art facilities and lecturers with current industry experience as two reasons why her qualification is so valuable. Since graduating, she has picked up work with the Adelaide Festival Centre and KOJO, managing the audio for some pretty impressive events! Cat's testimonial video was produced and edited by Kris Barker, a student in the Film & TV program at Adelaide College of the Arts, who has just completed his Advanced Diploma.

Diploma of Music Industry (Sound Production)

Hit the Right Notes

Study music at TAFE SA and you’ll be studying in our specialist facilities at our flagship Adelaide College of the Arts. You’ll be learning from experienced music industry professionals and using industry-standard facilities, including:

  • Professional recording and postproduction studios
  • fully equipped auditorium and theatre
  • individual rooms for instrument instruction
  • computer lab for composing and editing digital music.

TAFE SA is South Australia’s only accredited provider of the internationally recognised AVID Pro Tools and Sibelius Certified Training Program, so you can become skilled with ProTools software and hardware for digital audio production. We also have valuable training partner relationships with the internationally renowned audio software manufacturers McDSP & Sonnox (Sony Oxford).

Back to Top