You will learn to apply a broadening practical and theoretical understanding of production practices within a studio environment as well as applying a command of practical and theoretical knowledge of microphone and recording/mixing techniques to shape musical elements in the context of specific genres.
Specialist Group Study
You will develop your knowledge of the principal industry standard software, Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using a variety of production techniques and processes, leading towards the creation of a high quality musical output.
You will develop composition, musicology and critical listening skills, through a detailed examination of repertoire, its style and effects on the development of music.
Within the four themes of repetition, virtuosity, music and theatre and technology and music you will study key works, musicians, compositional techniques, reception and environment.
You will also be able to choose optional modules from a range of subjects, including Entrepreneurship, Collaborative Composition or Emerging Music Models.
Additionally, as with all our degree pathways, you will be able to choose to study a number of professional studies modules that cover topics such as self-promotion and marketing, legal and commercial issues and digital and media literacy.
This focus on developing your business skills will help to prepare you for a successful career in the industry.