Research expertise to be shared with undergraduates through new Computing, Audio and Music Technology degree, launching 2020

September 12th, 2019

Students will become experts in recording, mixing, mastering, acoustics, digital audio workstations, audio processing, sound synthesis, and many other areas. However, as well as providing learners with solid skills in traditional music and audio technology, the research-led degree will allow students to design and programme their own software. This unique aspect of the course means students will not be bound by the limitations of what is available commercially.