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Masters degree in Music Technology & Industry explore the technological innovations and business practices within the music industry.
Courses range from taught MA and MSc degrees, to research oriented MRes and MPhil programmes. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, such as Music or Computer Science.
Depending on your interests, a Masters in this field can be either highly theoretical or highly vocational in nature.
Those wishing to study a more technically experimental course may prefer to opt for an MSc, learning to develop musical equipment and software. For example, you may opt to undertake an MSc exploring the technology behind the production of electronic music and sonic art. This is particularly helpful to those wishing to enter careers such as sound production or editing.
Alternatively, you may opt to scrutinise practices and industry standards within music economics. This could including music licencing and record label mediation, or consumer behaviours. If this is the case, an MA may be more appropriate.
Your experience would make you suitable for music composition and production, record label management, music publishing or roles in academia.
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⚡️ Coronavirus (COVID-19) update Students who are unable to travel can start online in virtual learning classrooms, which includes live sessions with the lecturers and professors. Read more
This fascinating introduction to the methods and materials used for music research will suit professionals working in a wide range of music-related settings, and is also applicable if you have a leisure interest in music. Read more
Commercial success and a sustained career within the music industry increasingly depend on having the skills and ability to manage and develop career opportunties; either for yourself or for an act you represent. Read more
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. Read more
Would you like to expand the range of your music technology capabilities and explore new techniques? This Masters in music technology will equip you with a broad range of skills – not only in music technology, but also in related media like video, electronic composition and performance, and software design. Read more
Explore the most advanced studio techniques, technologies and processes at the forefront of current music production. Discover advanced compositional devices and strategy applicable to DAW-based realisation of original material. Read more
The course is designed to meet the requirements of the contemporary music technology industry. We aim to develop both technical and creative skills and knowledge, encouraging you to develop your technical understanding through industry relevant practice resulting in original output and knowledge development. Read more
Become the musician you want to be with a flexible taught-Masters degree at Hull. Read more
The MSc in Audio Technology is aimed at graduates from Music Technology, Sound Production, Creative Computing and Interactive Media courses, as well as anyone already working in industry or music technology education. Read more
Make your mark in the music industry with Staffordshire University. With our Music Production MA, you will develop your creative and existing production skills and prepare for a career in music and sound production. Read more
https://www.kent.ac.uk/locations/medway/ The MA in Music Technology focuses on the use, development and implementation of technology within the wider musical context, exploring issues such as interactivity, audio programming, sound spatialisation and multimedia. Read more