Making Music the 21st Century Way
For students who want to study music technology and all its facets, from recording for a garage band to creating a symphony orchestra at the click of a mouse. These lively classes explores new ways of making music, and the ins and outs of scoring for film. Our music technology specialist will introduce each student to the many exciting applications of music’s engagement with 21st century technology.
This course covers the areas of:
Digital Audio Editing
Sound-Design for Film
Effects Processing and Recording Techniques
Jonathan Nangle is a dynamic teacher whose enthusiasm for his topic is matched by his many years of experience in this area. His engaging approach to this popular topic for students has proven to be extremely successful in keeping students’ interest and curiosity alive.
Prospective applicants are required to fill out an application form and comply with entry criteria. The completed form with the relevant application fee [non-refundable] should be submitted by the closing date which is displayed on the application form. For details of fees and any other queries, please contact the General Office.
Duration of group class: 75 minutes per week
Number of Weeks per Academic Year: 30 weeks per Academic Year