(Ch) DJEMP1 Mixing
People credited with this course will be able to: demonstrate knowledge of function of component of a DJ mixer; set up turntables and mixer for performance and connect to a PA system; demonstrate basic beat mixing skills; and demonstrate beat mixing using upfaders, cross faders and EQ.
(Ch) DJEMP2 Turntable Studies
People credited with this course will be able to: demonstrate a knowledge of turntable components and how to "tune” them; demonstrate single turntable scatches; identify and demonstrate juggles, back to back and beat juggles; and demonstrate how to care for media.
(Ch) DJEMP3 Performance
People credited with this course, in the context of DJ performance, are able to: perform competent DJ skills suited to different contexts; present and communicate music to an audience; and perform collaboratively with others in a musical ensemble.
(Ch) DJEMP4 Electronic Music Production
People credited with this course are able to: operate DJ /music production computer software and produce their own music tracks.
(Ch) DJEMP5 History
People credited with this unit understand DJ music in relation to history and culture; and can describe the different DJ styles and their traits. They have an understanding of the development of electronic music and can describe different electronic music styles and their traits.
(Ch) DJEMP6 Music Theory
People credited with this unit are able to: demonstrate understanding of rudimentary music terminology; demonstrate basic music skills; aurally identify components of music; and demonstrate and identify the organisation of time/rhythm in music.
(Ch) DJEMP7 PA & Lighting
People credited with this course are able to: demonstrate a knowledge of PA hardware, connections and their related terminology; set up a PA system; demonstrate appropriate safety measures when dealing with PA systems; demonstrate basic repair techniques; set up a basic lighting system on stage.
(Ch) DJEMP8 Music Industry
People credited with this course are able to: manage their time with the use of a diary/planner; protect their hearing; manage their health and safety while working in the music industry; identify and describe jobs within the music industry; keep cash books; have a knowledge of tax structures in NZ…