This course is conceived to meet the current industry’s demand for creative professionals who are equally versed in music composition as well as sound design, and can work effectively across a range of media – whether it’s video, narrative film or interactive games.All aspects of the soundtrack are systematically explored in both linear and non-linear environments, leading to a fuller understanding of the discipline, of the industry, and of the productions processes. On this course you will harness the whole gamut of sonic resources for your creative practice – from acoustic instruments to electroacoustic sound, utilising all the latest studio techniques and technologies.
Core modules: Creative economies; major study:music projects; research and enquiry; sound design in visual media; practice 1: soundtrack in narrative film; practice 2: soundtrack in interactive games.
Professionally accredited courses provide industry-wide recognition of the quality of your qualification.
A Bachelor Degree in Music / Music Technology or equivalent professional experience. Applications should be accompanied by a small sample of your compositions/productions submitted in digital format: scores (if any) can be attached to your online application as PDF; for audio and video material, please upload your work on any hosting website (e.g. Soundcloud, MySpace, Vimeo, Youtube, etc.) and provide links in your personal statement attached to your application.
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Our course is one of only nine courses nominated for the BAFTA Scholarship Programme which exists to support talented individuals to study a practical course in film, television or games at postgraduate level.