MA/MSc in Music Technology
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The program, which comprises teaching and research components, is modular and structured in three semesters. The taught component of the program (semesters 1 and 2) consists of five required modules in each semester.
The important characteristics of the master’s program are the balance of theory and practice, and technological competence and musical creativity. The core of the program is hands-on training at computer music workstations, where students are exposed to music composition, sound synthesis and manipulation, computer programming and development, and music production.
→ Acoustics and psychoacoustics
→ Sound synthesis and manipulation
→ Recording techniques and technologies
→ Electroacoustic music 1
→ Computer programming for musicians
→ Sound design for interactive applications
→ Multimedia music production
→ Electroacoustic music 2
→ Computer programming for audio applications
→ Research practice and labor practices
After successfully completing the taught component, the student pursues a major research project, the Master’s Project, under the supervision of one of the course tutors. The path chosen by the student will strongly influence the focus (artistic or scientific / technological) of the research component, which in turn will determine the award title of Master of Arts in Music Technology or Master of Science in Music Technology. Projects are typically in one of the following areas: music software development, composition portfolio, or dissertation.
Graduates will have career opportunities in the digital media sector, recording industry, multimedia development, internet / web music and audio, sound design, audio R&D, music education, radio and television, composition and arranging , music production, music software design, music. musical instrument technology and therapy clinics.
This course is taught through a combination of lectures, workshops, labs, tutorials and independent reading, continuous assessment projects, etc. It is delivered full-time for 3 semesters in 1 year (including the summer) while the part-time delivery modality takes place for 2 years.
- The standard minimum entry requirement is to have a knowledge of audio production and a passion for music technology is also required, or to have a Level 7 or 8 qualification in the area. Applicants must submit an approved portfolio of relevant digital audiovisual works. Graduates from other creative disciplines will be assessed for entry through the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process on a case-by-case basis.
- For mature applicants (over 23 at the time of application), relevant industry or related experience may be accepted in lieu of a degree.
- For international students, an official degree translated into English will be required.
- IELTS 6.5 (or its internationally recognized equivalent).
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