The film, television and gaming industries are prolific and contain numerous opportunities for potential employment across the world. Audio synchronisation for visual image has transferable skills across the media industries. These skills can be transferred to sequencing audio for film, TV, commercials, games and websites, to name a few. Sequencers are used to achieve this and have multiple tools designed to serve the practitioners in this area.

Computers are paramount in the production of contemporary music. The invention of the sequencer has
enabled us to create and record music through a piece of software. The sequencer is used in numerous
applications from recording in a studio, sequencing a dance track or audio production for the visual
image. It is important not only for producers but also musicians to gain an understanding of how
sequencing works.
Through the skills provided by this unit, individuals will be able to use the key concepts within the area of
sequencing and apply them to their own practice.