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Opportunities for working in areas such as audio post production remain healthy but now reside in the independent sector with the demise of traditional post production facilities. There are more and more freelancers and sole traders and this course is the result of the need to ensure that training opportunities remain within the industry, in order to keep skills current and to develop and encourage new talent. On this course you will explore the creative and technical aspects of location, studio sound production and sound design. The course builds on our highly successful undergraduate teaching in this area and complements our wider masters programme enabling you to produce collaborative work in the field of sound design. Modules Creative sound design This module will equip you with the knowledge and skills allowing you to develop audio-based artefacts in the fields of electro-acoustic music, sonic art and sound design. Sound, music & image Enables you to critically evaluate the relationships between sound, music and image and to devise and create examples of audio-visual media to a professional standard. Studio and location sound Equips you with the theory and the techniques for recording and mixing sound for film, television and radio. Collaborative practice Exposes you to a high level multi-disciplinary collaborative working environment and enables you to develop your skill in complex brief-fulfilment. The major individual project The final project provides an opportunity for you to engage in research and advanced practice in an area of your own choice, that is appropriate to the course. Future opportunities Upon successful completion of this course you will have the skills you need to help you find employment within a broad range of creative and media industries. Specific opportunities could include Dialogue Editor, Foley Editor, Location Recordist, Re-recording Mixer, Sound Designer and Sound Editor, in film, TV, radio or music sectors.

Opportunities for working in areas such as audio post production remain healthy but now reside in the independent sector with the demise of traditional post production facilities. There are more and more freelancers and sole traders and this course is the result of the need to ensure that training opportunities remain within the industry, in order to keep skills current and to develop and...

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