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

Course summary

Producer Pathway Our ‘Producer Pathway’ is aimed at emerging producers 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 recorded repertoire development • Live and Studio production skills (producers) • Live performance (producers) This course is designed to give you the opportunity to: • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of musical and technological contexts: cultural, social, historical, commercial, professional, inter-disciplinary, inter-media. • Demonstrate the ability to convey personal expression and imagination through appropriate technical and interpretive means, in practical music making, composition, sound design, and production and performance. • Demonstrate the ability to understand, apply, and evaluate core concepts and techniques relating to music, music technology, and music production, using related components of language: pitch, tonality, rhythm and metres, timbre, texture, instrumentation, recording, arrangement, sequencing, mixing, mastering. • Demonstrate the ability to organise and manage a schedule of work effectively, in both solo and collaborative creative projects, recognising and implementing professional practice. • Demonstrate intellectual curiosity, practical experimentation, innovation, and the potential for continuing artistic and creative development. What you will learn: Knowledge • To understand the social, cultural, and relational significance of music, technology, performance, and production • To understand and explain core concepts and techniques relating to music making, music technology, and music production, using related components of language • To understand and evaluate current personal employability competencies, and analyse opportunities for skills development relevant to a range of professional contexts • To understand historical, current and potential future developments in the music industry. Subject-Based Practical skills • To develop core skills in sound creation and design, sound recording, composition, production and post-production, and performance with technology • To apply core concepts and techniques relating to music making, music technology, and music production creatively, in order to produce original music in different creative industry contexts • To create and maintain an engaging professional web portfolio, reflecting current skills, creative ideas and practice, and framed appropriately for relevant industry context/s


How to apply

Application codes

Course code:
W318
Institution code:
E28
Campus name:
UD (UD Music Foundation)
Campus code:
Z

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements


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

Tuition fee status depends on a number of criteria and varies according to where in the UK you will study. For further guidance on the criteria for home or overseas tuition fees, please refer to the UKCISA website .

Additional fee information

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