Music Producer free of cost 6 month

Music Producer free of cost 6 month

Brief Job Description: The role of the Music Producer is to arrange music under the direction of the Music Director / Composer and to lead and manage the production of original music based on the music arrangements approved by the Music Director/Composer.

Personal Attributes: A Music Producer must be proactive in taking initiatives to constantly expand his/her professional domain awareness. The person must adapt quickly to rapidly changing music industry trends, and demonstrate resilience and motivation to consistently deliver high quality creative work in a demanding and competitive environment. The music producer must assume full responsibility for delivering agreed work outputs, and must maintain honesty and reliability while dealing with clients, musicians and technicians.

Qualifications Pack CodeMES/Q1502
Job RoleMusic Producer
Credits (NSQF)TBDVersion number1.0
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on13/09/2018
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, Music, Radio, Animation, Gaming, AdvertisingLast reviewed on11/03/2019
OccupationMusic ProductionNext review date10/03/2022
NSQC Clearance on22/08/2019
Job RoleMusic Producer
Role DescriptionThe role of the music producer is to create finished music tracks according to the creative direction set by the music composer /director. The music producer works with music programmers, session musicians and sound engineers to accomplish music production tasks.
NSQF level6
Minimum Educational Qualifications Maximum Educational QualificationsClass XII and Certified Music Programmer (NSQF Level 5) NA
Prerequisite License or TrainingKnowledge of Digital Audio Workstations. Familiarity with western and Indian music theory and performance.
Minimum Job Entry Age18 years
ExperienceFor Class XII pass candidates – 1-2 years’ experience in arranging and producing music using commonly available music production systems / No experience desired from Music Programmer (NSQF Level 5) Certified.
Applicable National Occupational Standards (NOS)
Performance CriteriaAs described in the relevant OS units
Keywords /TermsDescription
SectorSector is a conglomeration of different business operations having similar businesses and interests. It may also be defined as a distinct subset of the economy whose components share similar characteristics and interests.
Sub-sectorSub-sector is derived from a further breakdown based on the characteristics and interests of its components.
OccupationOccupation is a set of job roles, which perform similar / related set of functions in an industry.
Job roleJob role defines a unique set of functions that together form a unique employment opportunity in an organisation.
Occupational Standards(OS)OS specify the standards of performance an individual must achieve when carrying out a function in the workplace, together with the knowledge and understanding they need to meet that standard consistently. Occupational Standards are applicable both in the Indian and global contexts.
Performance CriteriaPerformance criteria are statements that together specify the standard of performance required when carrying out a task.
National Occupational Standards (NOS)NOS are occupational standards which apply uniquely in the Indian context.
Qualifications Pack (QP)QP comprises the set of OSs, together with the educational, training and other criteria required to perform a job role. A QP is assigned a unique qualifications pack code.
DescriptionDescription gives a short summary of the unit content. This would be helpful to anyone searching on a database to verify that this is the appropriate OS they are looking for.
ScopeScope is a set of statements specifying the range of variables that an individual may have to deal within carrying out the function which have a critical impact on quality of performance required.
Knowledge and UnderstandingKnowledge and understanding are statements which together specify the technical, generic, professional and organizational specific knowledge that an individual need to perform to the required standard.
Organisational ContextOrganisational context includes the way the organization is structured and how it operates, including the extent of operative knowledge managers have of their relevant areas of responsibility.
Technical KnowledgeTechnical knowledge is the specific knowledge needed to accomplish specific designated responsibilities.
Core Skills/Generic SkillsCore skills or generic skills area group of skills that are the key to learning and working in today’s world. These skills are typically needed in any work environment in today’s world. In the context of the OS, these include communication related skills that are applicable to most job roles.
BudgetBudget is an estimate of the total cost of production that may include a break-up of cost components.
Copyright LawsA legal framework linked to intellectual property and the rights given to creators of original products/ concepts.
Creative BriefCreative brief is a document that captures the key questions that serve as a guide for the music arrangement including the vision, objective of the project, target audience, timelines, budgets, milestones, stakeholders etc.
Music conceptMusic concept is a description of the overall musical experience for the production / composition
ScriptScript is a structured narrative of a story and or the spoken word/ narrative that accompanies a programme.
ArrangingThe process of structuring music harmonies and rhythmic elements for an existing composition (melody, theme, etc.) using various instrumentation and adhering to the stylistic characteristics of a music genre.
AcousticsAcoustics is the science that studies the properties of sound, transmission of sound in different medium, and the properties or qualities of a room or building that determine how sound is transmitted in it.
Music ScoreIs a document that contains written music notation of compositions, lyrics, and performance parameters that musicians use.
DAWDigital Audio Workstation is a computer-based system used for composing, arranging, sequencing and producing music and audio.
Target AudienceGroup of people at whom content/ adverting is aimed. A target audience is typically defined by age, gender, economic classification, geography and any other relevant parameters.
TimelinesTimelines is a listing of dates by which the production milestones/stages need to be completed.
VerticalVertical may exist within a sub-sector representing different domain areas or the client industries served by the industry.
Keywords/TermsDescription
NOSNational Occupational Standard(s)
QPQualifications Pack
NSQFNational Skill Qualifications Framework
NVEQFNational Vocational Education Qualifications Framework
NVQFNational Vocational Qualifications Framework

Music Producer free of cost 6 month

A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. how to prepare for pre-production and production meetings with music composers, music programmers, session musicians, etc. KA2. the roles and responsibilities of the team members involved in music score preparation. KA3. the budget and timelines associated with the project. KA4. how to allocate resources efficiently to prepare music scores.
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. music notation functions available in the Digital Audio Workstation. KB2. technical parameters, operational settings and functions of music notation software. KB3. how to set-up a MIDI keyboard to enter notes efficiently to the notation software. KB4. how to assign suitable sound banks / patches to the music score for reference playback. KB5. how to export music XML, MIDI and printable files of music scores with the correct settings.
Skills (S)
A. Core SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. take detailed and specific notes about the music arrangement during discussions in order to prepare scores correctly. SA2. provide clear written guidelines, expectations and feedback to assistants, music programmers and session musicians. SA3. document and communicate approval of music scores and parts.
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. interpret music and creative briefs received from the music composer/director or clients. SA5.   interpret technical specifications, features, functions, and operational guidelines of music notation software, Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and any related hardware from their user guides or operation manuals
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
 The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA6. identify music score requirements during discussions with music composers/directors, music programmers and session musicians. SA7. use the correct music notation and score terminologies while giving instructions to assistants, music programmers and session musicians. SA8. present/solicit feedback on work and identify the modifications required.
B. Professional SkillsPlan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. plan score templates and file organization structure according to the production requirements. SB2. plan the work allocation and schedule for the team to meet agreed deliverables. SB3. manage the completion of all music scores within the agreed budget and schedule.
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4. assess the impact of the information included in music scores on the actual recording or programming of music.
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5. guide the team to identify and resolve technical and creative challenges while preparing music scores.
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6. evaluate the quality of music scores using established criteria and recommend enhancements where required.
Decision Making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB7. choose the correct conventions of music notation while notating each instrument. SB8. assess and approve music scores for use by session musicians to program and record music.
Customer Centricity
 The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB9. review music scores at every stage to ensure that they fully meet the requirements laid out by the music composer/director. SB10. ensure that the music scores contain all necessary details to guide session musicians during recording.

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES/N1505
Credits (NSQF)TBDVersion number1.0
IndustryMedia & EntertainmentDrafted on21/09/2018
Sub-sectorFilm, Television, Music, Radio, Animation, Gaming, AdvertisingLast reviewed on11/03/2019
OccupationMusic ProductionNext review date10/03/2022
Unit CodeMES/N1506
Unit Title (Task)Arrange music in a variety of styles
DescriptionThis OS unit covers arrangement of music compositions (songs, themes, etc.) in different genres and styles using music technology and the knowledge of stylistic and socio-cultural characteristics of music.
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Arranging music compositions.Use of instruments in arrangementsArranging music using technology
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Arranging music compositionsTo be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. arrange music using appropriate style elements (instrumentation, rhythm, sounds, etc.) according to the creative direction set by the music director/composer. PC2. apply musical elements of cultural and historical relevance (instruments, performance styles, rhythmic patterns, vocal styles, etc.) in music arrangements to meet the creative requirements. PC3. determine the most appropriate key (pitch) for a song arrangement that suits the chosen singers and the mood of the composition. PC4. add harmonies to melodies using chords that suit the style of the composition. PC5. arrange or compose original melodies based on a specified chord progression. PC6. approve the form and structure of music compositions (intro, verse, chorus, reprise, etc.) prepared by the music programmer/arranger in accordance with the creative requirements.
Use of instruments in arrangementsPC7. supervise the arrangement of music for a rhythm section (drums/percussions, keys/guitar and bass) based on a given melody. PC8. arrange music for acoustic instruments and instrument groups (e.g. strings, woodwinds, brass, etc.) adhering to their useable range and performance techniques.
Arranging music using technologyPC9. use Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) keyboards or controllers to arrange music on a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) PC10. supervise the simulation / mock-up of music arrangements on a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) by the music programmer for review and reference.
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. budget and timelines available for arranging music according to requirements. KA2. Intellectual Property Rights, copyright, fair use and confidentiality policies applicable to the organisation’s business. KA3. roles and responsibilities of the music arranging team. KA4. how to present arrangements for review and approval by music composer/director or clients when necessary.
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. the format and limitations of the playback or distribution medium for which the music arrangement is made. KB2. the playable range, limitations and physical properties of musical instruments used in the arrangements. KB3. technical parameters and settings of Digital Audio Workstations, virtual instruments, etc. required to arrange music efficiently. KB4. how to export high quality demo audio files of music arrangements for review. KB5. how to use tools such as video conferencing, screen sharing, etc. to present/review music arrangements remotely with composers, musicians and clients.
Skills (S)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. prepare detailed notes during discussions with the music composer/director, clients, etc. to aid the arrangement of music. SA2. provide clear written guidelines, expectations, deliverables and feedback to the arranging team. SA3. write detailed descriptions and creative context of the music arrangements while sending them for review and approval.
 Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. interpret creative briefs, scripts, storyboards, etc. to determine the requirements for music arrangement. SA5. research and gather relevant stylistic, cultural and genre specific details required to arrange music according to the creative needs.
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA6. identify specific music requirements and preferences during discussions with the music composer/director, clients, etc. SA7. use the correct terms, terminologies and references to articulate the creative vision for the music arrangement to the music team. SA8. provide clear, concise and actionable feedback while reviewing music arrangements with the team, composer/director, clients, etc.
B. Professional SkillsPlan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. schedule own work to meet agreed music arrangement deliverables. SB2. organise the work of the team according to the project schedule. SB3. conduct regular reviews with the various stakeholders to ensure timely work progress meeting quality standards and budget.
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4. analyse the impact of instrumentation, harmony and performance style on the music arrangement while making creative choices.
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5. guide the team to identify and resolve any technical issues with music technology resources used for arranging music. SB6. address any potential music arrangement delays adequately to minimize its impact on the overall project.
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB7. appraise the quality of music arrangements objectively using established criteria to ensure that they meet expectations. SB8. provide constructive feedback for improvement when necessary.

Music Producer free of cost 6 month

 Decision Making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB9. allocate budget and resources to complete music arrangements on schedule. SB10. assess and approve music arrangements for production.
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB11. relate to, and incorporate musical preferences of target audience and clients while arranging music.

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES/N1506
Credits (NSQF)TBDVersion number1.0
IndustryMedia & EntertainmentDrafted on21/09/2018
Industry Sub-sectorMusic, Film, Television, Radio, Animation, Gaming, AdvertisingLast reviewed on11/03/2019
OccupationMusic ProductionNext review date10/03/2022
Unit CodeMES/N1507
Unit Title (Task)Produce Recordings
DescriptionThis OS unit defines the skills required to produce recordings using techniques such as electronic programming, live recording, mixing of multitrack material and mastering of the final mix. The unit also covers the development of planning, organization and managerial skills necessary to lead and accomplish music production tasks efficiently.
ScopeThis unit/task covers the following: Scheduling and managing music production.Producing music using a digital audio workstation.Producing music in a recording studioMixing and mastering music for release
Performance Criteria (PC) w.r.t. the Scope
ElementPerformance Criteria
Scheduling and managing music productionTo be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC1. recommend and/or select suitable programmers, musicians, and sound engineers to meet the production requirements. PC2. schedule music programming and recording sessions. PC3. manage the different stages of the music production process .
Producing music using Digital Audio Workstations (DAW)To be competent, the user/individual on the job must be able to: PC4. determine appropriate production techniques (synthesis, sampling, layering, etc.) according to the music genre and stylistic needs. PC5. approve appropriate sounds or samples used for programming the different instruments in the music arrangement. PC6. employ music performance techniques and attributes included in the arrangement while programming music tracks. PC7. apply sound processing techniques to make digitally programmed music sound as close as possible to real instruments.
Producing music in a recording studioPC8. operate professional sound recording equipment (microphones, mixers, multitrack recording systems, etc.) to record music. PC9. determine appropriate techniques to record instruments and voices according to the stylistic considerations of the music genre. PC10. direct and guide the performance of musicians during recording sessions according to the music arrangement.
Mixing and mastering music for releasePC11. supervise the mix-down of multi-track music recordings. PC12. perform mastering of demo mixes for presentation to the music composer/director, clients, etc. for review.
Knowledge and Understanding (K)
A. Organizational Context (Knowledge of the company / organization and its processes)The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KA1. budget and timelines for producing music according to client’s requirements. KA2. the roles and responsibilities of the music production team. KA3. how to appoint programmers, musicians, and sound engineers to produce music. KA4. the process of releasing demo and final material to clients.
B. Technical KnowledgeThe user/individual on the job needs to know and understand: KB1. the use of planning and scheduling tools such as calendars, to-do- lists, Google docs, etc. KB2. the formats, specifications and limitations of the playback or distribution medium for which the music is produced. KB3. the operational settings and workflow of digital audio workstations, virtual instruments, samplers, etc. KB4. the operational parameters of sound recording equipment, recording studio workflow, connections, and signal flow. KB5. audio processing technologies and file formats commonly used in the music industry. KB6. the technical specifications and operational limitations of computing systems used for music production.
Skills (S) (Optional)
A. Core Skills/ Generic SkillsWriting Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA1. make detailed notes during discussions with the music composer/director, clients, etc. regarding production requirements. SA2. provide written guidelines, expectations, deliverables and feedback to music programmers, musicians and sound engineers. SA3. maintain accurate and clear log of recording studio usage, musicians’ time, etc. for each track.
Reading Skills
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA4. interpret creative briefs, scripts, storyboards, etc. to determine the production requirements for each music piece.
 SA5. interpret music arrangements by reading music scores. SA6. research and gather relevant cultural, stylistic and genre specific details required to produce music according to the creative needs. SA7. research and gather consumer preferences and trends in the consumption of commercial music to aid production decisions. SA8. interpret feedback received through email, text messages, etc. from the music composer/director and clients.
Oral Communication (Listening and Speaking skills)
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SA9. identify stylistic requirements of music during discussions with the music composer/director, clients, etc. SA10. give clear instructions and feedback to musicians during recording sessions. SA11. provide clear and actionable feedback to music programmers and sound engineers while reviewing music tracks.
B. Professional SkillsPlan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. plan production tasks for each music piece according to the music arrangement. SB2. organise the work of the music production team according to the production schedule. SB3. schedule and manage recording sessions according to the production plan. SB4. conduct regular reviews with the various stakeholders to ensure timely work progress meeting quality standards and budget.
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5. analyse the impact of sounds and samples, recording techniques, performance styles, and sound processing and mixing decisions on music while making creative choices.
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6. address any unforeseen issues with the music arrangement that are identified during the recording session. SB7. device innovative solutions to any music performance challenges or limitations that arise during the recording. SB8. resolve any technical issues associated with programming, recording, mixing and mastering of music.
 SB9. address any potential delays or schedule conflicts adequately to minimize its impact on the overall production.
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB10. ascertain the quality of programmed and recorded music using established criteria to ensure that they meet agreed quality standards. SB11. suggest corrective actions where necessary to enhance the quality of the music being produced.
Decision making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB12. choose musicians, singers and technicians according to the production needs. SB13. allocate sufficient budget and resources to achieve the music production objectives. SB14. determine appropriate music production techniques that help meet the creative requirements. SB15. assess and approve programmed music tracks, recordings and final mixes.
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB16. incorporate innovative musical elements that appeal to the current and emerging preferences of a diverse range of target audience. SB17. maintain authenticity and originality while adhering closely to customer preferences of musical styles and sounds.

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES/N1507
Credits (NSQF)TBDVersion number1.0
IndustryMedia & EntertainmentDrafted on13/09/2018
Industry Sub- sectorMusic, Film, Television, Radio, Animation, Gaming, AdvertisingLast reviewed on11/03/2019
OccupationMusic ProductionNext review date10/03/2022
 SA5. listen and communicate information with all concerned or affected
B. Professional SkillsDecision making
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB1. make decisions on a suitable course of action or plan
Plan and Organize
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB2. plan and organize people and resources to deal with risks/ hazards that lie within the scope of one’s individual authority
Customer Centricity
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB3. build and maintain positive and effective relationships with colleagues and customers
Problem Solving
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB4. apply problem solving approaches in different situations
Analytical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB5. analyse data and activities
Critical Thinking
The user/individual on the job needs to know and understand how to: SB6. understand hazards that fall within the scope of individual authority and report all hazards that may supersede one’s authority SB7. apply balanced judgements in different situations

NOS Version Control

NOS CodeMES/N0104
Credits(NSQF)TBDVersion number1.0
SectorMedia and EntertainmentDrafted on13/09/2018
Sub-sectorMusic, Film, Television, Radio, Animation, Gaming, AdvertisingLast reviewed on11/03/2019
OccupationMusic ProductionNext review date10/03/2022

Annexure

Nomenclature for QP and NOS

Qualifications Pack

9 characters

QP number (2 numbers)

Occupation (2 numbers)

The following acronyms/codes have been used in the nomenclature above:

Sub-sectorRange of Occupation numbers
Film01-30
Television31-40
Print41-45
Animation46-55
Gaming56-65
Radio66-70
Digital71-80
OOH81-90
Advertising91-99
SequenceDescriptionExample
Three lettersMedia and EntertainmentMES
Slash//
Next letterWhether QP or NOSQ
Next two numbersPost Production14
Next two numbersQP number01

CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF TRAINEES

Job Role: Music Producer

Qualification Pack: MES/Q1502

Sector Skill Council: Media and Entertainment Skills Council

Guidelines for Assessment
1. Criteria for assessment for each Qualification Pack will be created by the Sector Skill Council. Each Performance Criteria (PC) will be assigned marks proportional to its importance in NOS. SSC will also lay down proportion of marks for Theory and Skills Practical for each PC.
2.     The assessment for the theory part will be based on knowledge bank of questions created by the SSC.
3.     Assessment will be conducted for all compulsory NOS, and where applicable, on the selected elective/option NOS/set of NOS.
4.     Individual assessment agencies will create unique question papers for theory part for each candidate at each examination/training center (as per assessment criteria below).
5.     Individual assessment agencies will create unique evaluations for skill practical for every student at each examination/training center based on this criterion.
6.     To pass the Qualification Pack , every trainee should score a minimum of 70% of aggregate marks to successfully clear the assessment.
7.     In case of unsuccessful completion, the trainee may seek reassessment on the Qualification Pack.
Compulsory NOS Total Marks: 400  Marks Allocation
Assessment Outcome  Assessment Criteria for outcomesTotal MarkOut Of  TheoryPractical Skills
MES/N1505PC1. transcribe music arrangements (melody,    
(Notate andharmony & rhythm) using standard music 1046
preparenotation.    
music scores)     
PC2. choose appropriate music clef to notate each instrument.  10  4  6
 PC3. notate the different musical parameters for100   
 every instrument (key signature, meter, tempo, 1046
 rhythm, chords and notes) accurately.    
 PC4. notate the required playing techniques    
 (dynamics, bowing, pizzicato, arco, palm mute, 1046
 slide, breath marks, etc.) for each instrument on    
 the score.    
PC5. transpose the music score correctly while arranging for instruments requiring transposition (trumpet in bb, horn in f, clarinet in a etc.)  10  4  6
PC6. design music score templates using music notation software.  10  4  6
PC7. prepare master scores showing all instruments and voices used in the music arrangement.  10  4  6
PC8. supervise the creation of individual instrument/voice notation parts from the master score for individual musicians by the music programmer/arranger.    10    4    6
PC9. approve scores prepared by the music programmer/arranger for recording sessions (without repetitions, attention to turning pages, etc.).    10    4    6
PC10. supervise the export and import of music notation files (Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) or Music Extensible Mark-up Language (XML)) between the notation software and the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).    10    4    6
 Total1004060
MES/N1506 (Arrange music in a range of styles)PC1. arrange music using appropriate style elements (instrumentation, rhythm, sounds, etc.) according to the creative direction set by the music director/composer.                100    10    4    6
PC2. apply musical elements of cultural and historical relevance (instruments, performance styles, rhythmic patterns, vocal styles, etc.) in music arrangements to meet the creative requirements.    10    4    6
PC3. determine the most appropriate key (pitch) for a song arrangement that suits the chosen singers and the mood of the composition.  10  4  6
PC4. add harmonies to melodies using chords that suit the style of the composition.  10  4  6
 PC5. arrange or compose original melodies based on a specified chord progression.   10  4  6
PC6. approve the form and structure of music compositions (intro, verse, chorus, reprise, etc.) prepared by the music programmer/arranger in accordance with the creative requirements.    10    4    6
PC7. supervise the arrangement of music for a rhythm section (drums/percussions, keys/guitar and bass) based on a given melody.  10  4  6
PC8. arrange music for acoustic instruments and instrument groups (e.g. strings, woodwinds, brass, etc.) adhering to their useable range and performance techniques.    10    4    6
PC9. use Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) keyboards or controllers to arrange music on a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW).  10  4  6
PC10. supervise the simulation / mock-up of music arrangements on a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) by the music programmer for review and reference.    10    4    6
 Total1004060
MES/N1507 (Produce recordings)PC1. recommend and/or select suitable programmers, musicians, and sound engineers to meet the production requirements.                    100  5  2  3
PC2. schedule music programming and recording sessions.  5  2  3
PC3. manage the different stages of the music production process.  5  2  3
PC4. determine appropriate production techniques (synthesis, sampling, layering, etc.) according to the music genre and stylistic needs.  5  2  3
PC5. approve appropriate sounds or samples used for programming the different instruments in the music arrangement.  10  4  6
PC6. employ music performance techniques and attributes included in the arrangement while programming music tracks.  10  4  6
PC7. apply sound processing techniques to make1046
 digitally programmed music to sound as close as possible to real instruments    
PC8. operate professional sound recording equipment (microphones, mixers, multitrack recording systems, etc.) to record music.  10  4  6
PC9. determine appropriate techniques to record instruments and voices according to the stylistic considerations of the music genre.  10  4  6
PC10. direct and guide the performance of musicians during recording sessions according to the music arrangement.  10  4  6
PC11. supervise the mix-down of multi-track music recordings.  10  4  6
PC12. perform mastering of demo mixes for presentation to the music director, clients, etc. for review.  10  4  6
 Total1004060
MES/N0104 (Maintain workplace health and safety)PC1. maintain one’s posture and position to minimize fatigue and the risk of injury                          100  10  5  5
PC2. maintain first aid kit and keep oneself updated on the first aid procedures  10  5  5
PC3. identify and document potential risks like siting postures while using computer, eye fatigue and other hazards in the workplace  5  2  3
PC4. accurately maintain accident reports523
PC5report health and safety risks/ hazards to concerned personnel  10  5  5
PC6. participate in organization health and safety knowledge sessions and drills  10  5  5
PC7. identify the people responsible for health and safety in the workplace, including those to contact in case of an emergency  10  5  5
PC8. identify security signals e.g. fire alarms and places such as staircases, fire warden stations, first aid and medical rooms  10  5  5
PC9. identify aspects of workplace that could cause potential risk to own and others health and  5  2  3
 safety    
PC10. ensure own personal health and safety, and that of others in the workplace though precautionary measures  5  2  3
PC11. identify and recommend opportunities for improving health, safety, and security to the designated person  5  2  3
PC12. report any hazards outside the individual’s authority to the relevant person in line with organisational procedures and warn other people who may be affected    5    2    3
PC13. follow organisation’s emergency procedures for accidents, fires or any other natural calamity in case of a hazard   5  2  3
PC14. identify and correct risks like illness, accidents, fires or any other natural calamity safely and within the limits of individual’s authority     5    2    3
 Total1004654