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Music Technology. WELCOME . RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics 1. TO 'CET'. Music Technology. WELCOME . RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics. TO 'CET'. AND MUSIC TECHNOLOGY . Music Technology.

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    1. Music Technology WELCOME RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics1 TO 'CET'

    2. Music Technology WELCOME RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics TO 'CET' AND MUSIC TECHNOLOGY

    3. Music Technology RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics3 AND Music Technology with Management

    4. Music Technology Themes - Music Technology Media Business Teaching support – 9 lecturers Paul Bentley Paul Hodson Placement Student – Zaid Crowe RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics VENUE - E8/E10/E1

    5. Music Technology The course A three year BSc honours Technology degree course. Each year (level) is in two semesters (half year). There are four modules in each semester - Four/Eight over a year. Music Technology is largely in-course assessment . RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    6. Music Technology The course LEVEL ONE Semester 1&2 • Modules (normally 3 hours each week) • 1. MIDI, Audio Processing, Mixing Desk • 2. Introduction to Media Technology, Internet • 3a. Basic Electronics, PC 3b Music Business • 4. Music Principles OR Music Performance • Introduction to Business, Marketing, Human Resources • Replaces (3a) for Music Technology with Management RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    7. Music Technology The course • LEVEL TWO • Semester 3&4 • 1. Studio Technology, Equipment & Recording • Synthesizer Technology, MIDI, Audio Visual Control • Sound, Acoustics • Group Option • Multimedia Technology • Creative Music Development • Film Production Technology • Management & Business RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    8. Music Technology with Management The course LEVEL TWO Semester 3&4 1. Studio Technology, Equipment & Recording 2. Event Management 3. Sound, Acoustics 4.Group Option Synthesizer Technology, MIDI, Audio Visual Control Business Options Creative Music Development RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    9. Music Technology The course • LEVEL THREE • Semester 5 Semester 6 • 1. Project Project • 2. Project Management Starting a Business • Music Processing Pro Tools • Group Option • Managing Solutions, DVD Authoring, Video Recording, • Technology Options RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    10. Music Technology with Management The course LEVEL THREE Semester 5 Semester 6 1. Project Project 2. Project Management Starting a Business 3. Music Processing Marketing 4. Group Option Pro Tools, Business Options Technology Options RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    11. Music Technology A BIT MORE ABOUT OUR COURSE RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    12. 2 ‘Traditional’ Recording Studios with Live Room • 2 ‘Digital’ Recording Studios (one with Live Room) • 2 ‘Project’ Booths (Recording & Mixing) • Pro-Tools Professional Recording Studio • Rehearsal Room • PC lab consisting 80 seats Music Technology Facilities RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    13. Hard disk Recorders • ADAT Recorders • Instruments • FX Units • Samplers • Compressors • Mixers Music Technology STUDIO EQUIPMENT RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    14. Professional Studio with Live Room • Film/Music Synchronisation • Second Pro Tools Teaching Area • Level 3 Module and Projects Music Technology PRO-TOOLS RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    15. Music Technology COURSE DEVELOPMENT • September 1997 20 students • September 1998 87 students RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics • September 1999 145 students • September 2000 150 students • September 2001 145 students • September 2002 100 students • September 2003 120 students

    16. Sound Engineer (including EMI, BBC) • Studio Management • Education (2 HOD’s, 5 Lecturers, 1 Teacher, 6 Research) • Consultant • Production assistant (including BBC), Runner • Sound for Theatre • Composer • Sky • Web Design • TV and Video Post Production • Sound Design Computer Games (incl Harry Potter) Music Technology CAREERS RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    17. Music Technology WHAT NEXT ? • Tours of Facilities (30 mins) • Interview (30 mins) RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics • View Accommodation ? • Tea Coffee, Questions • View Other Universities • Goodbye …..for now

    18. Aaron McLellend running a record label in Ireland Jo Pettit runner for Capital Studios, London Charlotte Hanslow Head of Music at school in Derby Aidan Pepper Organiser for Birmingham youth scheme Martin Holmes Audio consultant Jonathan Cundey Studio engineer in Derby Ramon Gonzalez Telefonika, Spain, Sound Engineer James Hotchkiss Production assistant, BBC Radio, London Ivan Geraghty Sky Ian Dowling Studio engineer, Strongroom Studios, London Matthew Seymour Head of Music Technology at Stafford College Hannah Dovey Part-time lecturer in Music technology at Glamorgan University Ian Dowling Strongroom Studios, London Philip Plumpton Technical Engineer, EMI Olympic Studios, London James O’Donovan Metropolis films, Brighton, Sound Engineer and composer RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    19. Chris Rivers Turnkey, London, Web design, e-commerce James Singleton Program Co-ordinator for Media, Preston College Daniel Tate Biddup TV, London Victor Jeyaseelan MSc Computer Science, Westminster University Kirsten Cheal Musician’s database organiser in London. Andrew Moore BBC, London, trainee in video post-production William Yates Technician at technical College Rebecca Gorman PhD in Acoustics, Loughborough Uni Richard Holding Further degree in computer gaming, Lincoln Uni Katrina Hutchins Interactive editor, Manchester College of Arts &Technology Ioannis Kassotis EMI, Athens Paul Kearney training as studio manager David Kilgallon MA in Electro-acoustic composition, York Uni James Locke-Hart EA, (Electronic Arts) sound design for computer games (sound for the Harry Potter films) Robert Malkowski Industrial DJ at Turnkey, London Previously Tech Stage Manager, Alton Towers RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics

    20. Matthew Nelson Portable recording studio (Nelsoundmusic) Debbie Spendlove Music technician, Napier University Rhys Tudur Audio technician, recording studio, Wales Marcos Willatts Chief technical co-ordinator in theatre, N.Devon Carl Barton Studio manager,Studio Q, Stoke-on-Trent 8th in the Radio One Unsigned Chart(Feb.04) Benjamin Huxley NXT sound solutions, website design works Richard Speller M.A. Bangor University, completed Feb. 04 Dirin Ovueraye M.A. in Digital Media, completed Feb. 04, possible project with David Holmes who did soundtrack for Oceans Eleven Vikash Morjaria Music PR in London Patrick Leese part-time lecturing at Ellesmere Port John Carter Anderson Working at BBC Jan 04 Jonathan Gough Youth and music, Portishead Steven Tunnicliffe Independent soundscape producer Claire Rogers part-time lecturing Stafford College Alastair Fay Regent Theatre Hanley RGB Location Digital Video 16:9 Filming N-linear edit Graphics