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VENUE E8/E10/E1
Themes - Music
Technology
Media
Business
Teaching support –
9 lecturers
Paul Bentley
Paul Hodson
Placement Student –
Zaid Crowe
The course
A three year BSc honours Technology degree course.
Each year (level) is in two semesters (half year).
There are four modules in each semester Four/Eight over a year.
Music Technology is largely in-course assessment .
The course
LEVEL ONE
Semester 1&2
Modules (normally 3 hours each week)
1. MIDI, Audio Processing, Mixing Desk
2. Introduction to Media Technology, Internet
3a. Basic Electronics, PC
3b Music Business
4. Music Principles OR Music Performance
3. Introduction to Business, Marketing, Human Resources
Replaces (3a) for Music Technology with Management
The course
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LEVEL TWO
Semester 3&4
Studio Technology, Equipment & Recording
Synthesizer Technology, MIDI, Audio Visual Control
Sound, Acoustics
Group Option
Multimedia Technology
Creative Music Development
Film Production Technology
Management & Business
The course
LEVEL TWO
Semester 3&4
1. Studio Technology, Equipment & Recording
2. Event Management
3. Sound, Acoustics
4. Group Option
Synthesizer Technology, MIDI, Audio Visual Control
Business Options
Creative Music Development
The course
LEVEL THREE
Semester 5
Semester 6
1. Project
Project
2. Project Management Starting a Business
3. Music Processing
Pro Tools
4. Group Option
Managing Solutions, DVD Authoring, Video Recording,
Technology Options
The course
LEVEL THREE
Semester 5
Semester 6
1. Project
Project
2. Project Management Starting a Business
3. Music Processing
Marketing
4. Group Option
Pro Tools, Business Options
Technology Options
Facilities
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2 ‘Traditional’ Recording Studios with Live Room
2 ‘Digital’ Recording Studios (one with Live Room)
2 ‘Project’ Booths (Recording & Mixing)
Pro-Tools Professional Recording Studio
Rehearsal Room
PC lab consisting 80 seats
STUDIO
EQUIPMENT
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Hard disk Recorders
ADAT Recorders
Instruments
FX Units
Samplers
Compressors
Mixers
PRO-TOOLS
 Professional Studio with Live Room
 Film/Music Synchronisation
 Second Pro Tools Teaching Area
 Level 3 Module and Projects
COURSE DEVELOPMENT
September 1997
September 1998
September 1999
September 2000
September 2001
September 2002
September 2003
20 students
87 students
145 students
150 students
145 students
100 students
120 students
CAREERS
 Sound Engineer (including EMI, BBC)
 Studio Management
 Education (2 HOD’s, 5 Lecturers, 1 Teacher, 6 Research)
 Consultant
 Production assistant (including BBC), Runner
 Sound for Theatre
 Composer
 Sky
 Web Design
 TV and Video Post Production
 Sound Design Computer Games (incl Harry Potter)
WHAT NEXT ?
 Tours of Facilities (30 mins)
 Interview (30 mins)
 View Accommodation ?
 Tea Coffee, Questions
 View Other Universities
 Goodbye
…..for now
Aaron McLellend
Jo Pettit
Charlotte Hanslow
Aidan Pepper
Martin Holmes
Jonathan Cundey
Ramon Gonzalez
James Hotchkiss
Ivan Geraghty
Ian Dowling
Matthew Seymour
Hannah Dovey
Ian Dowling
Philip Plumpton
James O’Donovan
running a record label in Ireland
runner for Capital Studios, London
Head of Music at school in Derby
Organiser for Birmingham youth scheme
Audio consultant
Studio engineer in Derby
Telefonika, Spain, Sound Engineer
Production assistant, BBC Radio, London
Sky
Studio engineer, Strongroom Studios, London
Head of Music Technology at Stafford College
Part-time lecturer in Music technology at
Glamorgan University
Strongroom Studios, London
Technical Engineer, EMI Olympic Studios, London
Metropolis films, Brighton, Sound Engineer and
composer
Chris Rivers
James Singleton
Daniel Tate
Victor Jeyaseelan
Kirsten Cheal
Andrew Moore
William Yates
Rebecca Gorman
Richard Holding
Katrina Hutchins
Ioannis Kassotis
Paul Kearney
David Kilgallon
James Locke-Hart
Robert Malkowski
Turnkey, London, Web design, e-commerce
Program Co-ordinator for Media, Preston College
Biddup TV, London
MSc Computer Science, Westminster University
Musician’s database organiser in London.
BBC, London, trainee in video post-production
Technician at technical College
PhD in Acoustics, Loughborough Uni
Further degree in computer gaming, Lincoln Uni
Interactive editor, Manchester College of Arts
&Technology
EMI, Athens
training as studio manager
MA in Electro-acoustic composition, York Uni
EA, (Electronic Arts) sound design for computer
games (sound for the Harry Potter films)
Industrial DJ at Turnkey, London
Previously Tech Stage Manager, Alton Towers
Matthew Nelson
Debbie Spendlove
Rhys Tudur
Marcos Willatts
Carl Barton
Benjamin Huxley
Richard Speller
Dirin Ovueraye
Vikash Morjaria
Patrick Leese
John Carter Anderson
Jonathan Gough
Steven Tunnicliffe
Claire Rogers
Alastair Fay
Portable recording studio (Nelsoundmusic)
Music technician, Napier University
Audio technician, recording studio, Wales
Chief technical co-ordinator in theatre, N.Devon
Studio manager,Studio Q, Stoke-on-Trent
8th in the Radio One Unsigned Chart(Feb.04)
NXT sound solutions, website design works
M.A. Bangor University, completed Feb. 04
M.A. in Digital Media, completed Feb. 04,
possible project with David Holmes who did
soundtrack for Oceans Eleven
Music PR in London
part-time lecturing at Ellesmere Port
Working at BBC Jan 04
Youth and music, Portishead
Independent soundscape producer
part-time lecturing Stafford College
Regent Theatre Hanley
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