Audio and Music Technology

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Make your mark on the future of audio through our innovative, practice-based music technology courses. Hone your recording, editing and mixing skills on industry-standard equipment. Tap into the eclectic Bristol music scene, and immerse yourself in numerous musical opportunities on and off campus.

"I believe that if you approach something willing to learn and soak up knowledge, you have everything at your fingertips to achieve something great. UWE Bristol was no different: we were surrounded by people who loved music and sound, and by the equipment we needed to create it. The staff were always around to help, and as long as you put in the effort, they would match that with encouragement and support."

Tom, BSc(Hons) Audio and Music Technology

Audio and Music Technology courses

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BSc(Hons) Audio and Music Technology

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The course receives accreditation from the music industry, through JAMES (the education arm of the Association of Professional Recording Services and the Music Producers Guild), who describe it as ‘amongst the best in the UK and of international standing’. You’ll develop skills in recording and production, and learn about digital creativity and the science of sound – while also creating new music technology yourself.

Foundation Years in Computer Science and Creative Technologies

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This is the foundation year for the Computer Science and Creative Technologies courses. This gives you the essential skills and knowledge for progressing to Year 1 of the degree programmes in this area. If you are an international student your recommended route of study for this degree is through the UWE Bristol International College which upon successful completion to the required level and with good attendance, guarantees entry to Year one of the degree.

BSc(Hons) Creative Music Technology

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The course receives accreditation from the music industry, through JAMES (the education arm of the Association of Professional Recording Services and the Music Producers Guild), who describe it as ‘amongst the best in the UK and of international standing’. Building on your musical experience, you’ll refine and define your own creative process and develop skills in composition, recording and production, performance and programming.