Creative Music Technology - BA (Hons)Anglia Ruskin University
£ 9,250 - (Rs 7,68,797)
- Bachelor's degree
- Cambridge (England)
What you'll learn on the course
Explore the creative application of technology in making music and sound art. Using electronic and digital technologies you’ll focus on musical creation through a range of exciting media. Exciting new ideas in music and technology will challenge your understanding of music and performance.
This course will equip you with technical skills, theoretical knowledge, and an aesthetic understanding of music technology that you’ll use to create your own creative technological projects.
You’ll learn the ways in which technology and music can be combined to explore new musical concepts, and develop your critical thinking and independence. You’ll become proficient in relevant areas of music technology, using cutting-edge software, such as Max/MSP and SuperCollider, and hardware hacking and sensor technologies.
You’ll study creative music technology in relation to commercial applications, such as recording and production, using our state-of-the-art equipment that will familiarise you with the kind of technologies currently used in the industry. You can choose to study areas such as sound design for film soundtracks, but will also be encouraged to find your own creative path, using a thorough knowledge and understanding of the creative possibilities of sound and its relation to other disciplines.
You’ll be taught by first-class, research-active lecturers who are recognised, nationally and internationally, as experts in their field and are also professional practitioners.
We also have close links with industry leaders from regional to international level, including the Cambridge Junction, where you can see a variety of music performance, sound art and experimental works, and Hazard Chase, an international music management company.
Course leader: Dr Tom Hall.