The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts

      Sound Technology

      The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
      En Liverpool (Inglaterra)

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      Tipología Curso
      Lugar Liverpool (Inglaterra)
      Duración 3 Años
      • Curso
      • Liverpool (Inglaterra)
      • Duración:
        3 Años

      Objetivo del curso: To be a multi-skilled practitioner: so whether you see your future in recorded sound, live sound or postproduction we help you develop skills in all of these areas. We also equip you to be adaptable and teach you in such a way that you understand why you are doing things as well as what to do. It is only by having this strong theoretical base allied to practice that you can ensure that you can ada

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      · Requisitos

      You will need five GCSE passes at a minimum grade C or above. These should include Maths, English Language and Physics/Science Dual Award plus a minim

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      The Graduates

      Our graduates have gone on to work alongside many world famous musicians as their sound engineers (working on their albums in studios or on their live sound on tour).
      The list of artists they have worked with covers just about every style of music and includes Britney Spears, Madonna, KT Tunstall,Beyonce, Simon Webbe, Guns N’ Roses, Daniel Beddingfield, Atomic Kitten, Stephen Fretwell, Sheryl Crow, KD Lang, Death Cab for Cutie, Take That, John Martyn and Jools Holland.

      Sound Technology graduates also go on to work in sound for film and TV, sometimes in post-production companies. One of our graduates has worked in sound editing on a number of the Harry Potter films, and others have credits on film and TV shows such as Hot Fuzz, Ashes To Ashes and In Bruges.

      Others are pursuing careers in sound in the theatre - such as Head of Sound for Matthew Bourne’s current international tour of Edward Scissorhands. Back home in his native Mexico one of our graduates continues to carve out a name for him as one of the country’s top sound technicians.

      Year 1: Sound Foundations

      You are introduced to core operational skills and their theoretical underpinnings in the three core areas of work - studio operations and recording, desktop production and sound reinforcement.

      In addition, we introduce specialised areas of work such as audio equipment maintenance.

      An important feature of this year is a collaborative work module, in which you work with students from other disciplines on a variety of real life projects.

      Year 2: 'The Multi-skilled Practitioner'

      The three core areas of work covered in your first year are developed to higher levels, with the focus shifting to digital tools and consoles in recording and sound reinforcement.

      You will also learn about specialised applications of sound production and engineering, such as radio production, multi-channel audio and audio postproduction for television and video.

      In addition, you study topics such as production and management skills in the context of the audio and entertainment industries.

      Year 3: 'The Professional'

      By your third year, you will be expected to work to professional standards on major practical projects with other students and for external clients, using the high levels of technical skill and discipline you have garnered.

      Through a choice of options, you can specialise in particular fields or broaden your skill base in a number of areas closely associated with sound engineering and production. You also complete a substantial research project supervised by a tutor.

      Información adicional

      Información sobre el precio: For all UK/EU students the tuition fee for 2010 entry will be £3,290. The tuition fee cost per year for students from outside the UK and EU studying any of the undergraduate degree programmes for 2010 entry is likely to be £11,335. As an indication, we recommend that you budget for £6,500 a year to cover rent, food and drink, clothing, leisure activities, books and materials and bills, although this is personal to each individual.