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Course summary

Course summary Our ‘Artist Pathway’ is aimed at emerging performer/ songwriters looking to develop towards industry. You will work to develop your brand/ sound/ and repertoire to progress your career UD Level 4 Courses are… • Industry supported Degree course: Music industry input and delivery • Genre and culturally relevant: Delivered through live projects and industry briefs • Employability portfolio focussed: Hosted in professional facilities • Flexible in their progression options: With additional studio and resource access packages at UD’s Talent House Course details What will I be doing? Through a series of live briefs, you will work in industry projects which include…. 1. Realising Collaborative Song Writing and Production • Studio Recording and Production • Collaborative team meetings • Song writing and Composition • Project management • Presentation and receiving industry feedback 2. Deconstructing the brand • Lectures on the development of Black Music identifying key labels and artists • Lectures on lineage and development of Black Music • Practical sessions on Brand development within popular music • Presentation to peers and industry • Peer and industry feedback sessions • Sessions on receiving and giving feedback 3. Self-Production • Self-Management Techniques - Target setting and SMART planning • Project management - Self management • Song writing and repertoire development • Live and Studio performance skills • Live performance This course is designed to give you the opportunity to: • Develop collaborative performance skills • Establish an effective Studio Production practice • Build a professional Musical identity as a songwriter/composer/performer • Gain an Industry based perspective on a creative music career What you will learn: Knowledge • Contemporary music production and performance practices • Sound production techniques that span video, film, and the internet • Computer music production techniques that include the making of tracks, live laptop performance and the integration of live instrumentation • Detailed knowledge of music genre, composition, performance, global music culture and Industry imperatives. Subject-Based Practical skills • Reading music, notation, composition, arrangement • Use of professional software tools, digital sound design, microphone techniques • Improvisation and collaboration • Song writing and group management of creative projects • Studio techniques • Delivery of music across different media forms • Live and recorded music-making and performance • Critical listening and analytical writing

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Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £9250 Year 1
Northern Ireland £9250 Year 1
Scotland £9250 Year 1
Wales £9250 Year 1
Channel Islands £9250 Year 1

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Music Performance and Production (UD Music) at University of East London - UCAS