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At the nexus of creativity, technology and business, the MSc Music Engineering and Production is designed for graduates who want to further develop their music engineering and production skills, to establish a career as a professional producer in the music industry or related fields.

An important element of the music engineering masters is the practical application of your knowledge to generate highly creative work.

Allied areas are also examined, which allows graduates to apply their skills in many other media-related fields, including film and animation. Such a strategic approach to your higher-level study engenders responsibility, critical thinking, problem-solving, and the highly creative generation of musical and visual tangibles.

What you will study

Modules include:

  • Recording
  • Professional Music Production
  • Post-Production
  • Immersive Audio
  • History, Analysis, Repertoire, and Theory
  • Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (Music and Sound)
  • Major Individual Research Project

Teaching

The music engineering masters is taught in a professional and friendly creative environment. All staff are industry trained and active in research and/or consultancy.

You will have studio and workshop tutorials that are supported by lectures, seminars, integrated case study analysis, discussion groups and multimedia presentations.

There is also a programme of industry-related guest lectures delivered by experienced visiting lecturers.

Accreditations

Sound and Music Technology courses at the University of South Wales are accredited by JAMES, Joint Audio Media Education Support. The Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries is also an Accredited Apple Training Centre for Education for Apple Logic Pro.

Careers

Engineering and production professionals work as music producers, sound engineers, writers and arrangers, sound designers and mixers/remixers in surround. Career opportunities will vary according to an individual’s capabilities and passion, but it is expected that graduates of USW’s MSc Music Engineering and Production should play a full role in shaping the future of music and sound in the UK and further afield.


Visit the MSc Music Engineering and Production page on the University of South Wales website for more details!

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