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Audio Engineering, Music and Audio Production and Music and Sound Design

Audio Engineering, Music and Audio Production, and Music and Sound Design

The Audio Engineering programme is designed for students interested in pursuing a career in engineering within the audio and digital media industries. The Music and Audio Production programme is designed for musicians from a wide range of musical backgrounds interested in the production of musical content in both the recording studio and live performance environments. The Music and Sound Design programme is designed for musicians interested in composing music and designing sound for a wide range of contexts but with particular emphasis on film and theatre. 

Working alongside leading music industry professionals and with access to the world-renowned SARC facility, students will gain excellent sound engineering experience. Students will also gain practical experience of composing, songwriting, recording, editing, mixing and mastering music using professional studio facilities and designing new hardware/software musical instruments and interfaces.

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Working alongside leading music industry professionals and with access to the world-renowned SARC facility, students will gain excellent sound engineering experience. Students will also gain practical experience of composing, songwriting, recording, editing, mixing and mastering music using professional studio facilities and designing new hardware/software musical instruments and interfaces.

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in the UK for student satisfaction in Music
(Complete University Guide 2019)
4th
in the UK for Career Prospects for Music
(Guardian University Guide 2021)
BSc Audio Engineering
BSc Audio Engineering
Music and Audio Production
Music and Audio Production

“I’m a second year BA Music and Audio Production student from South Wales. Moving to Belfast was a huge step for me, but it’s a decision I would make again and again in a heartbeat. There’s a fab mix of traditional music modules such as musicianship, performance and composition, and more industry and new music modules such as live production systems and sound design for screen.” 

Lewis Murray (BSc Music and Audio Production )

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