20 Credits AUTUMN


Pre-requisites: MUS119 or MUS131


Aims/Description: This module will introduce you to a range of technologies that might be used for creative purposes and provides an opportunity for further electronic music composition. The module necessarily focuses upon the science of music (sound and the digital medium, filters, reverbs, synth design, computer music programming) before engaging with the construction of two works: one that is very synth driven (a dance music style) and one that further develops your electroacoustic music study. The technological aspects of the module are quite broad and strengthen essential transferable skills and computer literacy. The creative aspects of the module develop your original composition profile whilst augmenting skills in sound design and commercial composition.

Staff Contact: MOORE ADRIAN J
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Practical skills assessment

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