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BA (Hons) Creative Music Technology

Falmouth University
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Course UCAS code: W390
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  • BA (Hons), Full-time , Duration: 3 Years
Course Summary:
Learn from a community of acclaimed lecturers and benefit from professional connections. Create in sector-leading facilities with multiple surround-sound rooms, as well as vintage analogue and pristine digital instruments. We empower our students to design their journey – you'll effectively shape your course to your chosen career destination. Our graduates become producers, engineers, performers, composers, sound designers and musical artists. We'll help you develop the attitude, adaptability, and professional skills you'll actually need. You'll also build relationships by working with filmmakers, game designers, dancers, animators, managers and musicians - so you can enter the industry with the experience and expertise to shape its future.
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You'll learn to think creatively about ideas and methods, and look critically at concepts and practices - helping you turn a wide skill set into well-researched and informed work. And by keeping up with industry trends, you'll seek out networks and opportunities to help your career. Year one With technical and artistic guidance from staff and specialists, you'll develop your musical skills, knowledge, and creative voice. You'll learn analytical and problem-solving expertise, and project management and interpersonal skills. On top of this, you'll develop your own artistic work using high-level training in recording, editing, production, sound design and live performance software and hardware. Modules Audio Cultures and Critical Theory Studiocraft Designing Sound Core Music Practice The Electronic Toolkit Mixcraft Year two You'll take core modules to develop essential knowledge and skills, and specialist modules to focus on your interests. Choose from subjects like writing music for the moving image, studio composition, advanced recording, mixing and mastering, and exploring the cutting edge of audio for emerging digital media. You'll also have several chances to collaborate and study abroad with our partner institutions around the world. Modules Creative Writing and Research in Virtual Music Art of Production Professional Music Practice Immersive Audio Optional modules Voice Timbre Supersonic The Working Musician: Reproduce; Arrange; Mutate The Hit Machine The Music Educator Music and Moving Image Creative Performance Technology Year three This is your chance to work on your own projects. In the past these have included working at major recording studios in New York and Thailand, researching and developing new technologies at an Amsterdam institute for music technology, collaborating with musicians from the Icelandic Academy of Arts, and teaching music to children in Ghana. Other projects have included placements in post-production studios and record labels, starting up a music business, and international touring. You'll then apply this experience to your self-devised projects - like a professional portfolio, dissertation and a careers module. Modules Specialists Practice in Context Dissertation Professional Portfolio The modules above are those being studied by our students, or proposed new ones. Programme structures and modules can change as part of our curriculum enhancement and review processes. If a certain module is important to you, please discuss it with the Course Leader.
Assessment Methods:
You'll be assessed entirely on coursework. The actual methods will vary across modules, but will likely include portfolios of practical work, written work or fieldwork. Assessment will be flexible, so you can work as a composer, performer, producer, sound engineer, music technologist or sound designer.
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15 January

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Campus life at Falmouth university is awesome. You can leave your door open and people you can make friends with are certain to come in to say hi! Everything on campus is a short walk and you can head up to the Stannery on certain days of the week and get drinks at a cheaper rate! If that's not lively enough for you, you can always bus out to Falmouth's town center where you can find some cheap good quality food and plenty of bars, pubs and clubs. Plus there's lots to during the day that doesn't involve alcohol!

Set for Year 1 for International at £15,000
Set for Year 1 for EU at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for England at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Wales at £9,250
Set for Year 1 for Channel Islands at £9,250
Admissions:
Tel. 01326 213730
Email. [email protected]

 
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  • Katieed's avatar by Katieed on 20th November 2018
    It’s perfect for fuelling creativity because whenever you’re feeling un-inspired you can pop to the beach. They’re obviously lacking funding in some places (student welfare and the Falmouth campus library) but otherwise I haven’t had any issues.
  • by Anonymous on 8th October 2015
    Fantastic - full of opportunities - no regrets of starting uni
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