Graduates from the course gain employment in a wide variety of sectors from Studio Producers, Live Sound, research R&D, Radio Broadcasting, session musicians, Recording Artists, composers for media, studio technicians, Music Therapy, teaching.
In addition, it is the School’s experience that its graduates have an excellent range of technologically advanced transferable skills that enable them to gain employment in a diverse range of contemporary media companies as well as becoming directly employed in the music industry.
David Griffiths has a First-Class honours degree in Music Technology from Swansea College of Art, UWTSD and gained a Distinction on the Master’s in Sound programme.
Since graduating from the programme, David has developed a successful freelance career within the music industry, notable accolades include several singles on the Radio Wales A-List. David’s current business, Dai Griff Productions, provides audio engineering, music production and arrangement services. The primary objective of the business is to provide services covering everything from the writing stage of a composition to the mastering stage of a song. David prides himself on streamlining the process of music production by reducing the number of individuals involved, the production time, and correspondingly the financial implications.
“I really enjoyed studying the Creative Music Technology BA at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. The course provided the time, resources, and knowledge to assist me in my studies, and enabled me to reach my full potential as a music producer. There’s a wide variety of pathways to choose from, and a lot of flexibility in the specific specialisms that can be developed. I’m currently working as a full-time music producer and would recommend the course to anybody who wishes to delve into studying anything relating to Music, Technology, and the music industry.”
“The course, along with support from the lecturing team broadened my mind musically, artistically and in technological respects. A particularly exciting aspect of the course was being given the freedom, confidence and belief in my own ability to pursue interests in film and television sound. To aid this I undertook work placements in industry, which would not have been available without the course. I would recommend this course for anyone looking to get into industries working with sound.”
Jake has worked on a number of productions including: Sunshade Films – Driscoll Manor, Long Coats and Crisp Packets, Feature Film, Tornado Studios – The Rebels