School of Humanities - Keele University

Music Technology Degree Programme – Grado en Tecnología de la Música

School of Humanities - Keele University
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  • Lugar:
    Staffordshire
    Reino Unido
  • Duración:
    3 Años
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  • Titulación:
    Music Technology Degree Programme – Grado en Tecnología de la Música.

Presentación

Music Technology and Music at Keele are highly rated by students for quality of advice and support, fair assessments, plus detailed and prompt feedback (National Student Survey 2015).

Keele’s Music Technology programme encourages you to work at the frontiers of the creative application of technology in composition, music production, sound design, screen music, audio-visuals and music software. The course is informed and inspired by successful creative practitioners and researchers. You will study many different styles and genres, inventing, capturing, recording, mixing and manipulating audio/visual content using advanced digital media. You will also explore the theory of sound, the history of audio technology, and the cultural contexts of music. As a Keele Music Technology student you’ll have access 24/7 to our purpose-built recording and project studios, practice rooms, a vast library of digital media assets and also an extensive music library. You can also combine Music Technology with components of Keele’s Music programme to create an individually tailored, distinctive degree that reflects your imagination and passions.

Requisitos

We accept a number of EU and International qualifications for entry to our degree programmes.
Please note that there will normally be English Language requirements for entry to our courses.
Contact us for specific entry requirements for your chosen course and country.

Programa

First year

Core modules:
•Audio Fundamentals
•Sonic Arts Repertoire
•Composing with Sound

Optional core modules:
•Twentieth-Century Musics
•Active Listening
•Popular Music

Elective modules:
•Ensemble Performance
•Music Theory
•Introduction to Composition
•Twentieth-Century Musics
•Surround Sound
•Sound Recording
•Active Listening
•Popular Music
•World Musics
•Instrumental Lessons

Second year

Optional core modules:
•Meaning in Sonic Arts
•Audio-Visual Composition
•Real-Time Sound Processing
•Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
•Record Production in Theory and Practice
•Creative Sound Design

Elective modules:
•Intermediate Composition
•Solo Performance
•Unheard Melodies: Music in the Narrative Film
•Orchestration
•Music in the Community
•Stravinsky, Russian traditions and Legacy (or replacement)
•Chamber Music
•Music in German Culture
•Indian Music

Third year

Core modules:

Music Technology Independent Study Projects (ISPs)
•Music Programme Project 2
•Music Technology Dissertation 2
•Digital Arts Creative Portfolio 2

ISPs formed from two Music Technology modules:
•Composing with Interactive Computer Transformation AND
•Digital Arts Creative Portfolio 1

Optional core modules:
•Music Programming
•Colloquia in Electroacoustic Music
•Composing with Interactive Computer Transformation
•Music Technology Dissertation 1
•Digital Arts Creative Portfolio 1

Elective modules:
•Music and Literature in the Long 19th Century
•Contextual Studies 1
•Approaches to Music Analysis
•Composition 1
•Music and Literature in the Long 19th Century Project*
•Contextual Studies 2
•Analysis Project
•Composition
•Dissertation 2
•Dissertation 1

Salidas profesionales

A combination of individual and group projects prepares you for the collaborative environments of contemporary music, sound, software and media production. You’ll also have the skills you need to pursue a wide range of careers involving creative technologies, and to undertake further training in a range of related professions. These include broadcasting, recording, production, sound design, soundtrack creation, software design, song writing and performance, as well as original audio and audiovisual composition, studio work, and teaching. You might choose to work as a freelance sound designer for games and video, a sound technician, a community musician or a radio broadcast assistant. Graduates in music technology also develop careers as broadcast engineers, theatre stage managers, radio producers and multimedia specialists.

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