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This course focuses on the creative, historical, critical, technical and performative aspects of electronic and computer music, emphasising the many ways in which technology and musical practice influence each other.
A distinctive feature of this course is the balance it strikes between creative practice, technical skills and theory and critical/cultural/historical context in electronic and computer music.
You’ll engage with current thinking and practice in areas including experimental electronic music, sound synthesis, electrical and electronic musical instruments, signal processing, technologically-mediated approaches to composition, live electronic music, interfaces and interactivity, sound spatialisation, electronic music in the museum and more.
You’ll also explore the contexts and
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A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) in music or music technology, or any arts, science, computing or engineering subject that demonstrates relevant knowledge and technical skills in electronic music/sonic art.
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