University of East London Music Technology

By | 30th May 2017

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University of East London Music Technology

Music technology is a unique form of study. On the one hand, it’s based on experimentation; on the other, it’s the beating heart of a massive commercial industry. It provides the soundtrack for contemporary culture and has become the main platform of employment for musicians and producers within the creative industries. Our course puts you at the sharpest edge of musical developments, preparing you for the many opportunities and challenges of the 21st century music industry. We’ll provide you with a dynamic mix of modules in computer-based creativity, studio production and sound design. You’ll have the opportunity to develop key skills in music production, working and recording alongside songwriters and instrumentalists.

  • Music Skills 1: Arranging for Musicians
  • Audio Technology 1: Sound Design
  • Contextual Studies 1: History of Music Genre, 20th-21st Century
  • Contemporary Music Production
  • Sound and Music for Moving Image
  • Contextual Studies 2: Music Technology, Industry and Writing
  • Audio Technology 2: Live Studio Production
  • Music Skills 2: The Songwriter’s Identity
  • Music Technology Final Project
  • Computer Music 3: Live Electronic Sound
  • Audio Technology 3: Interactive Sound
  • Professional Practice: Employability and the Music Professional

Entry requirements

Typical grades BBC

ExamsGrades / PointsDetailed entry requirements
A LevelBBCMin. units required: 2. Min. units preferred: 2.