**Why choose this course?** This degree allows you to take a hands-on approach to learning and researching music technology. You'll produce and record music in our unique facilities which include recording studios, rehearsal rooms, Pro Tools and Logic-based MIDI/editing suites, a synthesis/sampling lab – and our analogue/digital hybrid Visconti Studio. In partnership with world-famous record producer Tony Visconti, the British Library and Science Museum, the Visconti Studio comprises of a 300m² octagonal live room stocked with rare and vintage recording equipment. Students can access this studio to develop skills in analogue sound engineering and tape-based record production. You can also collaborate with students across the university on interdisciplinary projects in areas like music journalism, broadcasting, composition, post production and sound design for film, TV and games. You can benefit from central London's vibrant multicultural music scene – just 30 minutes from Kingston University. In addition to attending live music events and performances, you can participate in local musical initiatives like our community choir, the Kingston Singers.