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
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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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
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|