Blurring the distinction between sound and music, this course explores the possibilities of working with all sound, equipping students with the skills to work creatively in a range of contexts (including: film, television, computer games, music production, radio, advertising, theatre, animation, productdesign, museums, acoustics, sonic art and contemporary music).
With emphasis on creative practice and critical thinking, the programme will expand your skills in recording, understanding, editing, critiquing, generating and composing sound.
Music technology provides us with the tools to access, generate and configure sounds. Sound design applies these tools in creative and innovative ways.Student work
Visit the Sound Design blog for further information about events and to listen to examples of student work. http://blogs.gre.ac.uk/sounddesignRankingThis programme is ranked 2nd in London for student satisfactionby the Complete University Guide 2017.