So, what does studying a Creative Music Technology degree involve? At Salford, you’ll not only develop as a professional musician, but also be equipped with the technological knowledge and skills needed to take your music to the next level.
You’ll begin by focusing on refining your craft, learning about composition, arranging and performance, as well as developing practical musical technology experience along the way. This will give you a valuable skill base as you move into your second and third year, when you’ll dive headlong into our three core areas of study; Studio Recording and Production, Audio for Media and Studio Composition.
In your final year, you’ll work closely with your supervisors and peers, focusing on two areas of specialist study, chosen from Studio Recording and Production, Audio for Media and Studio Composition.