About BA (hons) Production Of Music And Audio in Dundalk Institute of Technology
This four-year honours degree programme is aimed at producing professionals for the recording industry capable of assuming key creative and architectural roles in the process of analysing, developing and realizing the creative intentions of the recording artist to a commercial conclusion. The course is designed to continuously strengthen the student’s understanding and awareness of a wide range of aspects of Music Production.
This course is aimed at producing professionals for the recording industry capable of assuming key creative and architectural roles in the process of analysing, developing and realising the creative intentions of the recording artist to a commercial conclusion. The course is designed to continuously strengthen the student’s understanding and awareness of a wide range of aspects of Music Production. This is achieved through the delivery of a suite of carefully developed modules covering Production, Technology, Theory, Craft, Musicianship, Research and Personal Development. The artistry of modern Music Production assumes a diverse range of interrelated disciplines. Creativity, science, recording technologies and techniques, musical appreciation and awareness, business, interpersonal skills and more, combine to form the rich diversity of strands that is the BA (Honours) in Production of Music and Audio.
The BA (Honours) in the Production of Music and Audio develops individuals who are creative, considered, independent and disciplined. As such they are capable of entering a wide range of graduate careers. Graduates will be comprehensively equipped to progress directly into jobs in the industry such as record producers, recording studio engineers, sound designers, radio broadcast assistants and studio managers.
With additional appropriate experience, career opportunities exist in other related areas. Positions include radio producers, promotional and advertising managers, education, publishing, retail, music related journalism.
- Other career options include:
- Record/Music Producer; Recording Engineer
- Sound Reinforcement Engineer
- Sound Designer
- Radio Music Production
- Studio Manager - Promotional and Advertising Manager
- Music related journalism.
Minimum of 60% average in your Standard 12.
We may also check your standard 10 results in English and Maths
If English is not your first language, you will be required to provide an IELTS certificate, or equivalent.
Our undergraduate IELTS requirements are:
If English is not your first language an IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent when you start the course is essential.