Music and Sound for Media
This module is delivered over two terms, investigating the essential tools necessary to deliver music, dialogue and sound for multiple media formats. In this first term, you will study the recording, editing and processing of sound, as well as dialogue editing, noise reduction and signal processing techniques. Classes will be taught in Mac Suites and professional recording facilities at Tileyard Education.
This dynamic module provides you with the essential entrepreneurial skills to set up, maintain and develop your own businesses as a producer. Business Start-Up will provide you with the tools to find and reach your market, engage with the business and media, choose the right business structure, manage projects, monetise your fanbase, distribute your music, manage budgets and obtain funding, apply for grants and pitch for work. The module will utilise your music as the driver to turn your creativity into a revenue stream.
Music Production in Context
This module allows students to contextualise their music by practically exploring and re-creating pioneering techniques in the field of audio production, synthesis, and recording. Using the Tileyard Education studios and production facilities students will create practical implementations of the ground-breaking music technologies and methods that engineers and producers have used to shape and create some of the most original music ever released on records. Alongside this historical journey, this module will look at new forms of technology and postulate where the future of music production is heading.
Music and Sound for Media 2
The second half of the Music and Sound for Media module continues your investigation into the essential tools necessary to deliver music, dialogue and sound for multiple media formats. This term will focus on composing and sound design for computer games, using industry standard software and middleware solutions. Classes will be taught in Mac Suites and professional recording facilities at Tileyard Education.
Working with Music in the Community
The module enables students utilise their music to make a real difference in a community. This ‘real-world’ scenario will see students working with young people, community and business stakeholders. Students will develop a range of interpersonal and professional skills to deliver an exciting production-led project that has the power to transform lives.
Creative Investigation Project
The final module of the course allows students to develop an individual research-based response to a set brief. The scope of this project will enable students to develop their professional practice by creating solo or collaborative work with limited guidance. Students will critically analyse the issues which arise from the creative practitioner's relationship with audiences, clients, markets, environments, users, consumers, and participants.