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Music Technology BA(Hons): Course features

What this course offers you

  • Our students are from a diverse range of backgrounds, and come with a variety of previous music technology experiences.
  • We study a diverse range of popular and experimental styles focussing on the creative and technical dimensions of music technology. A range of core skills are fundamental to the curriculum: synthesis, sampling and sequencing; sound engineering, digital and analogue music production, live sound reinforcement; critical and diagnostic listening; programming; audio post-production; sound design; performance with technology, music technology in education; and instrument building.
  • The course capitalises on the vibrant and multi-cultural music scene in London and on our industry partnerships, including those with the Science Museum and the British Library.
  • The course is taught using the unique and prestigious analogue Visconti Studio.
  • Kingston is just 30 minutes from central London, a major centre of music in the UK and home to major music venues, studios and labels.
  • The course focuses on developing an understanding of theory through creative music practice.
  • Supportive staff with industry experience will help you develop to your full potential.
  • Optional modules in the second and third year allow you to follow your own interests and career goals.
  • Skills fostered by this type of study include:
    • creativity and self-expression;
    • technical mastery;
    • critical thinking;
    • communication;
    • research;
    • self-discipline; and
    • organisation.

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