Part time Master's Degree in Media Technology in England in United Kingdom

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Media Technology

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The economics of media are such that production changes as technology develops. Most courses in media technology examine historical trends in recording technology, principles of audiovisual design, and structural properties of broadcasting and communication technologies.

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Master in Creative Sound and Media Technology

Bath Spa University
Online Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2018 United Kingdom Bath + 1 more

This course is designed for individuals with experience in music technology and related disciplines. You’ll explore the field in more depth, and broaden your experience in interdisciplinary and multimedia work. [+]

Develop your skills in music technology in an experimental and creative environment.*

Flexible and innovative teaching methods, including Distance Learning options.

Designed for musicians, artists and creative technologists from a wide variety of backgrounds.

No genre boundaries – we cover electroacoustic, acousmatic and computer music, electronica and dance music, sound art, audiovisual performance and more.

*Please note, subject to final approval, this course is being replaced by MA Sound, with three pathways:

Sound Arts Sound Design Sound Production

More information will be available shortly. Please email Course Director, Professor Joseph Hyde, j.hyde@bathspa.ac.uk if you have any questions.... [-]