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The BA (Hons) Modern Music Industries course covers the areas of music production, music marketing, event planning, composing, music industry knowledge, stylistic studies and musical instruction. By studying this course, you'll gain practical skills and knowledge of these areas in order to pursue a career in commercial music (business and production) and associated fields.
You'll study key practices and ideas associated with commercial music production, such as recording, dissemination, promotion and live performance.
Teaching is through seminars, ensemble workshops, solo and group performances and independent learning.
Your practical assessments will include recordings, compositions and performances. You will also complete written essays, research papers and reports.
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This course prepares you for roles in music-related industries, including music performance, venue and band management, event promotion, music recording and content creation.
A degree in Modern Music Industries will equip graduates with the skills and understanding relevant to operating professionally in a broad range of creative, technical and managerial environments in the commercial music sector.
This unique course provides many different employment routes upon graduation, from performance roles, including recording artist and session musician; production roles, including songwriter, arranger, producer and studio engineer; and roles in the live music industry, including live sound engineer and promoter.
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