Develops the right balance between theoretical concepts and practical components
Is taught by academics with a professional background in the broadcast / film industry
Simulates realistic working practices through collaborative production projects
Enables students to develop an understanding of contextual industrial and theoretical determinants
Represents a course that puts academic study and production practice of moving image sound at its core
Opportunity to work with Directors, Screenwriters, Producers, Editors, Cinematographers and other media production students enhance your collaborative skills in line with current industry practice.
A UK bachelors degree or oversees equivalent in a relevant subject. A portfolio of work and show reel and an interview will be required.
Graduates with a honours degree (2:1 or above) in a subject allied to either music, sound or media production
In some cases significant industry experience may compensate for the omission of this qualification
Applicants will normally be expected to attend an interview
A portfolio or show reel demonstrating an engagement with the moving image from the perspective of sound is part of the selection process.
Year 1 / Level M
Sound Production & Theory
Extended Sound Project
Option units: choose one of the following:
Masters Production Project
Masters Research Project.
Students learn the basic skills in post production sound work, including, but not limited to:
Sound effects editing
Voice and sound effects recording
Location sound recording
They also learn the aesthetics of sound and film including:
How the two affect each other and work together
How to use sound effectively in a film
How to communicate with directors
How to make judgements about film sound.
Students create integrated sound tracks for the different types of film including animation, drama and documentary (these are all included in the course work and encouraged in extra-curricular collaborations).
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