If you’re planning to go into a career in sound engineering and production, this broad course has been designed to help you develop your practical skills and abilities. It covers a wide range of topics, including advanced music production and mixing techniques, game audio, sound for film and media formats and live music production. We’ll help you explore the music industry and discover the opportunities that are out there for you. You’ll have access to our industry-standard studios, helping you to prepare for equipment that you will encounter in the real world of work. You’ll gain hands on experience of using professional software and equipment including five fully equipped Pro Tools recording studios, SSL and large format Audient mixing consoles, industry standard outboard compressors and equalizers, six production studios, live sound facilities and much more. Throughout your studies, you’ll be supported by tutors, many of whom are experienced industry professionals. You can book the studios seven days a week for use outside teaching time to further develop your sound engineering skills and production style. Our course also has a strong research basis which is an essential element of higher education. Our lecturers and post graduate students are researching into areas of perceptual audio, automated mixing techniques, music production, new interfaces for music and other related disciplines. We supplement our teaching with guest lectures and master classes from professional music producers, equipment designers and media producers.