|1.||Develop and produce musical works;|
|2.||Produce basic musical works using a variety of music software;|
|3.||Exhibit foundation technical music skills and overall musicianship within collaborative contexts;|
|4.||Articulate basic musical nomenclature in relation to music theory and production activities;|
|5.||Operate basic music equipment and music software in accordance with OHS requirements; and|
|6.||Articulate basic musicological concepts in a range of musical contexts.|
|Exercise||Applied theory and critical listening exercises||25%|
|Presentation||Demonstrate the basic operation of music software and sound equipment||25%|
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