Does experimenting with sound recordings and music interest you? Audio and Music Production explores the technical and creative aspect of sound. You don’t have to be musically trained. We’re looking for students who have a fascination for sound and a flair for music. If that’s you, then we’ll give you the skills you’ll need for a career in the industry.
On this course you’ll learn about both performance and the music business. And of course, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in the industry with real life briefs.
Why study this subject?
Are you looking for a future in studio and live production, sound design, music performance, music technology retail, or music hardware?
The Recorded Music sector includes record labels, music distributors, recorded rights holders, physical manufacturers and recording studios and is estimated to be contribute £568 million to the UK economy. (Music By Numbers, UK Music)
Combining your fascination for sound and flair for music with sound business skills and hands on experience could lead to your ideal career.
Why study at Buckinghamshire New University?
At Buckinghamshire New University, we have excellent teachers, well-equipped spaces and household names as partners. Audio and Music Production is a JAMES accredited course, which carries real weight with employers when you graduate.
By the time you graduate, you’ll have the ability to project manage yourself and a portfolio crammed with real life experience. Our Careers and Employability team will also help to find you work placements in and around the area.
All our music degrees at Buckinghamshire New University come with membership of UK Music’s Music Academic Partnership (MAP).
UK Music is the collective voice of the UK’s world-leading music industry. We represent all sectors of our industry – bringing them together to collaborate, campaign, and champion music. The members of UK Music are: AIM, BPI, FAC, The Ivors Academy, MMF, MPA, MPG, MU, PPL, PRS for Music. UK Music also has an informal association with LIVE (Live music Industry Venues & Entertainment).
MAP is a ground-breaking collaboration between educational institutions and UK Music, and is designed to maximise the relationship between the industry and educational institutions in order to inform the next generation of industry professionals.
MAP does this by nurturing collaborative projects, such as research and careers events, panel events, various education and skills work, policy work, and career opportunities. Fundamentally MAP provides extra opportunities to individuals who want to build careers out of their passion for music. This helps to future-proof the music industry by ensuring new entrants have the right mix of experience and skills.
What facilities can I use?
You will regularly be given the opportunity to work with a variety of artists using our state-of-the-art facilities. Working with the Film and TV students, you’ll record sound and work on post-production which will give you experience of working with a wide variety of genres to help you perfect your production skills.
You’ll record and produce audio in the Sennheiser Sound Lab which has been fully equipped by our partners, Sennheiser, a world leading production supplier.
We have other top quality suppliers, including Midas, Focusrite, Novation and AC Lighting, so you can get your hands on the same tools as the best in the business.
Whilst studying with us you will also use our BucksAnywhere web service, which provides access to many of the software applications you use for learning and studying. BucksAnywhere can be used from your own device or from a University owned PC or laptop, from any location.
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