Are you creative and have an interest in developing skills with music or technology? Our BA Creative Music Technology degree is designed to develop skills in working with music within a wide range of contexts through practice-based outcomes. Join our next taster session to find out more!
- Digital Sound for Film, Animation & Games, 17th November.
- Remixing and Beat-making Workshop, 24th November.
- Mixing and Producing Tips and Techniques, 1st December.
- Recording, jamming & Performance, 8th December.
If you are one of the many students considering applying for university and interested in the creative industries but are not too sure what it involves in a post-Covid world, then these sessions are for you? These sessions are aimed at offering you advice about your potential choices and how you would go about choosing the best course for your career.
Come and find out how our course gives students the opportunity to compose, create and collaborate in a wide range of media applications. As a Creative Music Technology degree student, you will engage in studio composition, sound design and production for TV and Film, animation, computer games audio design, music video, broadcast, performance and sound engineering.
The department is a pioneer in innovative teaching and learning practice. We operate the “connected campus studios” where students and staff can collaborate, record and perform High Definition audio exchange between studios, at home or on campus, in real-time through a combination of remote login and cloud-based audio-packet streaming. In this way, students have access to specialist facilities to record performers, artists and musicians in-house, or remotely from any studio in the world.
Please join us our taster sessions introducing you to our connected campus studios and the subjects covered within the degree course. We’ll provide you with useful tips for applying, share some current student work, and show you the specialist facilities we have on offer.
It’s your chance to ask questions, meet the teaching team and get a good understanding of what it means to work in the ever-changing creative industry. The sessions are informal and friendly, and there’s also the chance to test your skills with a few simple online activities. We’d love to meet you, so please register for any of the dates below.
If you are a teacher/lecturer with a group booking and would like to arrange a bespoke session please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
See the Creative Music Technology page for more information about the course.