About the course
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. Your technical mastery of the latest hardware and software will make you attractive to a wide range of potential employers.The University of West London is home to one of the largest audio complexes in Europe, enabling you to learn on some of the best equipment in the industry.With the help of our highly experienced staff, who are actively engaged in the music industry, you will cover everything from digital audio interface design to multi-track recording and mixing for surround sound.You will also create your own personal development plan and learn how to conduct Masters-level research into specific aspects of music production.Course detailThe course focuses on current topics, from direct-to-stereo and ambient recording through non-linear techniques to the evolving arena of surround-sound mixing and recording. It will also encompass software interface programming and its use within electro-acoustic composition and performance.In the final stages of your course, you will undertake an ambitious, self-managed practical project on a topic of your choice. This is your chance to build on what you have learned and display your full range of abilities.As part of LCM, you will be able to call on a diverse range of musicians to collaborate, record and network with throughout the course. This facility extends even further, to collaborations with students from media, moving image (video and film), digital animation and games-design backgrounds from across the University. By taking advantage of these opportunities, you can enhance your CV and build your professional network even before you graduate.
Intake Months
September
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C168677
Qualification
Masters Degree
Estimated annual course fee
GBP 16,275
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Duration
1 Year
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2 Years
English language requirements
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6.5
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Prerequisites
You must have successfully completed an United Kingdom Bachelor degree (or equivalent overseas qualification) or/with full-time or equivalent, work experience in a relevant industry setting. Meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee ent
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, Duration 1 Year Course fee AUD 13,750
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University of West London

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The University of West London is a public research university in the United Kingdom which has campuses in Ealing and Brentford in Greater London, as well as in Reading, Berkshire. The university has roots back to 1860, when the Lady Byron School was founded, which later became Ealing College of Higher Education. In 1992, it became a university and 18 years later it was renamed the University of West London.
The University of West London is ranked as the top modern university in London, 8th modern university in the UK and ranked as the 50th university nationally by the Guardian University Guide 2019. 98% of our graduates are in employment or further study within six months of graduation.
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Ealing Campus - University of West London

University of West London St Marys Road Ealing London W5 5RF

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The Ealing site has undergone a £50 million transformation including a refurbished Students’ Union, music studios, an auditorium, and the Paul Hamlyn library. The Library provides an extensive range of books, journals and digital resources, PC and Mac workstations and a variety of study spaces.