Department of Music

Music and Music Technology - BA Hons W370

Combine academic knowledge of music with practical experience of music technology to help you compose, produce and collaborate.

 

Course details

For full details of modules and entry requirements see the prospectus.

Music Technology prospectus page

 
 

Why Music and Music Technology at Nottingham?

Solid foundations

Develop a thorough understanding of the basic building blocks of music to help you collaborate and work across all genres.

History and culture

Widen the influences you can bring to your own practice by discovering how music has developed over time and place.

 

Compose and perform

Build a portfolio of work that showcases your skills. Develop capabilities to create original work and adapt existing music.

Technology

By learning to operate our professional production and recording facilities you'll better understand the possibilities and be able to communicate your needs at all levels.

 

Best practice

Demonstrate to employers you're already capable of doing a job through placements and working in-house with leading musicians.

Collaborate

Learn about your key strengths, how to draw in others to enhance your work and influence them in turn.

 
With state-of-the-art studio facilities and unrivalled teaching, the modules in Music Technology strike the perfect balance between freedom and guidance, allowing each student to build the necessary toolkit for the industry.
 

George McGrady, BA Music

george mcready BA Music

 
 

Our facilities

Completely refurbished in 2017 our recording studio integrates production and engineering with performance giving tremendous opportunities for innovation and collaboration.

Find out more about our recording and performance spaces, and music library.

hands on mixing desk

 

 

Department of Music

The University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts Centre
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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- Email: music-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk
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