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Media Music Performing Arts

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You will work on individual workstations enabling audio and MIDI sequencing as well as important introductory music theory elements and have an opportunity to work in our recording studios. Your project areas include: Recording, MIDI, Sequencing, Composition, Performance and Music Theory. You will also be introduced to event management, lighting and other areas related to the industry.

This practical work is supported by a comprehensive introduction to the contextual and theoretical studies which underpin a thorough understanding of the Music industries. There will be a series of supportive lectures and you will do written work that will help you to improve your writing and communication skills.

You will develop your skills and understanding in a wide range of areas, including: Music Performance Techniques, Composition, Music Appreciation and History and The Music Industry. You will also be encouraged to take part in trips to music performances, and of course take part in live gigs here at the college and at other venues too.

Music Performance, Music Theory, Composition, Midi technology, History, Aural and listening skills, Music business amongst other related music areas.

You will develop your skills and understanding in a wide range of specialist areas including:

  • Sound Design,
  • Composition for Film & Games,
  • Live Sound,
  • Studio Recording Techniques,
  • MIDI Sequencing,
  • Music Technology in Performance,
  • Events Management,
  • DJ Performance,
  • Radio Programming,
  • Music Video Production,
  • Marketing,
  • Acoustics.
    Lighting workshop sessions are available with individual guidance. You will be able to book rooms and resources outside of timetabled sessions to gain confidence and experience on 'Industry standard equipment'. Our students are encouraged to take part in organised trips to music-related venues and professional studios. In addition, you will be supported in gaining work experience with the advice and guidance from experienced specialist lecturers being invaluable to your career development.

You will develop your skills and understanding in a wide range of specialist areas including:

  • Sound Design,
  • Composition for Film & Games,
  • Live Sound,
  • Studio Recording Techniques,
  • MIDI Sequencing,
  • Music Technology in Performance,
  • Events Management,
  • DJ Performance,
  • Radio Programming and
  • Acoustics.
    Lighting workshop sessions are available with individual guidance. You will be able to book rooms and resources outside of timetabled sessions to gain confidence and experience on 'Industry standard equipment'. Our students are encouraged to take part in organised trips to music-related venues and professional studios. In addition, you will be supported in gaining work experience with the advice and guidance from experienced specialist lecturers being invaluable invaluable to your career development.

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2017/18 Prospectus

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