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Musikkproduksjon/opptaksteknikk - videreutdanning

Intended participants:
This international program is intended for mature students wishing to further develop their music production and recording skills. The program is open to students with various backgrounds and experiences in music, sound, multimedia, and other fields. The program is limited to 10 students per year. The program welcomes applications from visiting and exchange students from other universities, as well as those looking for an alternative to a professional music recording internship.
Program requirements:
Music production and recording is a fulltime program. Due to the program's practical orientation, students are required to attend all lectures, workshops, and master classes. Students are required to participate in group and individual music production and recording activities to fulfil their final portfolio. Students are expected to work independently and document their practical work on a regular basis.
Students are encouraged to participate in annual study tours to professional conferences, such as the Audio Engineering Society's Conventions in Europe and North America. Students are responsible for their own travel and conference expenses. Travel grants are sometimes available from SPARS, AES, and other professional societies.

Instruction and facilities:
The program is organized with individual advising, small group instruction, classroom lectures, study tours, practical exercises, and independent study. Lectures are given in English with Norwegian used for individual instruction as needed. Instruction is given throughout the school year with the first semester focusing on studio orientation/operations and the second semester concentrating on practical applications and projects.
All music production and recording students will have generous amounts of time using the department's studios, performance spaces, and recording equipment. Students are required to record department-sponsored concerts and participate in other recordings and productions. Students must function responsibly and professionally in all recording situations.
Project opportunities are in cooperation with many local organizations including the Stavanger Symphonic Orchestra, the NuMusic Festival, the Siddis Brass Festival, the Mai-Jazz International Jazz Festival, the Stavanger International Music Festival, the Shell Music Prize, and others.
Work-study and research opportunities are often available locally, including at the Norwegian Sound Archive at the University of Stavanger's Bjergsted campus.
The program consists of four main subjects: Current Topics in Music Production and Recording I (15 sp), Current Topics in Music Production and Recording II (15 sp), Music Production and Recording Practice I (15 sp), and Music Production and Recording Practice II (15 sp).
Active participation is required from all students.
Students work will be continually evaluated with grades for individual courses given at the end of each semester.

Hva kan du bli

Dette studiet kvalifiserer deg til å jobbe profesjonelt innen musikkproduksjon og opptaksteknikk.


Contact information: Mark Drews, tlf.: 51 83 40 37 mark.drews@uis.no