BSc (Hons) Music Production

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Start date:
6 September 2021

BSc (Hons) Music Production

The cost of training: 460 000 rubles / year
Duration: 3 years
Training format: 4 to 5 weekdays a week, 10 am to 4 pm
full-time, on-site study, daytime classes

About the program

Moscow Music School and the University of Hertfordshire offer international BSc undergraduate courses. You will study in Moscow while receiving a fully fledged UK degree. A Bachelor of Science degree enables you to secure employment or continue your education abroad. Courses are delivered in English by international music experts.

A program for students who wish to write their own contemporary music, compose arrangements for other artists, and eventually do commissioned work for advertising and film.

Programme leader

Leonardo Perez is a record producer, sound engineer, composer, and co-owner of DTH Studios recording studio. Received his education at SAE Institute London and the London Centre of Contemporary Music (UK).

1. Course Structure

Module 1. Sound Technologies & Technics
This module introduces students to a range of key music and sound technologies and develops their technique(s) and strategies to both create and enhance audio content. This module introduces key theoretical and technical background to enhance understanding and provide a solid foundation, and a large focus is then placed on the practical application of this understanding.

Module 2. Audio Specialism
This module gives and introduction to the measurements of sound, along with basic acoustics and how this effects and dictated sound production, transmission and capture.  Potential problems that could have a negative impact on sound capture are explored from both an equipment perspective and room artefact perspective, and strategies are explored to attempt to minimise the impact of such problems at the sound capture stage.  Basic audio electronics understanding is introduced in order to support the work within this module.

Module 3. Professional Industrial Context
This module introduces a range of developmental material. Students are shown a range of differing resources and the requirements for their safe operation. The use of Studynet to enhance the learning and teaching experience is also introduced. In addition, the key legal concepts and frameworks within which the industry works are introduced, as is career-planning material.

Module 4. Music Production Practice
This module introduces and provides an overview of typical music production systems and their applications within the creative music context.  Strategies for developing creative ideas are introduced, as well as considering a selection of musical styles from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

2. Admission Requirements

The course is for students who have completed one or more years of higher education, as well as graduates of International Baccalaureate (IB) or A-Level programmes.

3. Entrance Examinations

  • Interview and musical skills test
You will be asked about your education and professional experience to inform the ultimate decision about your admission to the programme. Be ready to tell us about yourself, about your engagement with music.

Musical skills test includes exercises on music production, music theory, music styles and genres, the basics of the music industry.

  • Portfolio review
Enrollee need to send minimum 3 tracks or demos (not less than 1-1,5 mins of duration). Also portfolio can include videos and texts. 

  • Presentation of English proficiency certificate (IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 213)
m o s c o w m u s i c s c h o o l

We inspire and train those who will change the music industry in Russia and the world tomorrow. Respecting the rich traditions of classical music education, we look to the future of the industry, where new technologies, instruments and styles exist together with academic knowledge and skills.

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