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  • This is a 5-week beginner course for adults that takes the student through the fundamental key areas of music theory and harmony. Students with no theoretical knowledge wishing to take any other AIM short courses are encouraged to take the Music Theory Skills 1 course as a precursor.

  • This is a 5-week intermediate course for adults that builds on the fundamental key areas of music theory and harmony introduced in Music Theory Skills 1 and expands that theoretical knowledge. Students with some theory wishing to refresh their knowledge are encouraged to take the Music Theory Skills 2 course.

  • The 5-Day Intensive school holiday program is a series of collective and collaborative face-to-face practical classes focused on different aspects of music, taught by AIM’s professional staff and guest artists. Over the course of the week, students will come together for large group exercises and masterclasses, as well as streaming into their specialisation classes for music performance, music theatre performance and music production.


    Melbourne, Sydney

    The AIM Young Studio is our Saturday school for gifted and talented students which offers beginner, intermediate and advanced training for young people between the ages of 12 to 17. Are you a budding composer or producer? This course is for you. Young Producer is available to students who are wanting to specialise in composing, producing and recording music.

  • Ableton Skills Youth is a 4-week beginner program that introduces you to the basic operations of Ableton Live and offers a great introduction to the fundamentals of creating music in one of the world's most popular digital audio workstations. You will learn the basic operations of Ableton Live and gain some rudimentary knowledge and skills towards recording and editing Audio/MIDI files.

  • Songwriting Skills 1 is a 4-week beginner program for youths which introduces the fundamentals of songwriting. You will learn lyric rhyme and rhythm patterns, and some common and useful chord progressions towards the development of your own material.