Study the Art of Production
TheCreative Music Production programme provides its students with the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to produce, mix and master music, whether you want to help realise another artist’s vision or create your very own.
ACM London / Birmingham Degrees are validated and awarded by Falmouth University, the UK’s ‘highest ranked arts university’ (Guardian University Guide 2017).
BA(Hons) Creative Music Production is a full-time course; typically, students should expect to spend 35 – 40 hours per week on a combination of taught and self-directed study. Each module is delivered over a 15-week Study Block, typically comprising of 12 weeks of learning and teaching and 3 weeks of assessment and feedback.
Students will engage in a variety of learning activities, including lectures, seminars, private and group tutorials and specialist workshops.
Assessment tasks include portfolios, written coursework (eg: essays, case studies, reports and dissertations), projects and live performances.
In the first year of the programme, students will study the following compulsory modules.All compulsory modules must be passed in order to complete the award.
The Electronic Toolkit
Music Industry Studies
In the second year of the programme, students will be required to complete the following compulsory modules, together with two elective modules. All compulsory modules and the chosen electives must be passed in order to complete the award.
Creative Software Skills
Art Of Production
Performance and Technology
Education and Training
Advanced Music Theory and Analysis
Audio Design for Video Games
Recorded Music Production
Composition for Audio-Visual Media
Freelance and Musical Direction Skills
Experimental Sound and Music
IP Rights and Publishing
In the final year of the programme, students will study the following compulsory modules.
All compulsory modules must be passed in order to complete the award.
Specialist Practice in Context
All candidates will be required to attend an audition/interview.
LONDON | 3 YEAR DEGREEBIRMINGHAM | 2 YEAR ACCELERATED DEGREE
All candidates should hold two A-Levels or an equivalent full Level 3 qualification.
We normally require Grade C GCSE (or an equivalent qualification) in English. Candidates should be capable of using the English language fluently, and able to structure arguments and present evidence to a standard appropriate to study at Level ‘4’. Where the application materials appear insufficient to form a clear judgement on the candidate’s fluency, additional documentary evidence (e.g. recent essays) may be required.
Applicants for whom English is a second language are required to have achieved IELTS level 6.0 or equivalent qualification.
Please note that if you live outside of the EU or EFTA and require a Tier 4 VISA to study in the United Kingdom, we thank you for your interest in ACM but we are unable to accept your application at present for our full-time Further Education and Higher Education programmes.
We welcome applications from those who might have completed alternative qualifications and/or have prior experience. In the instance of no Level 3 qualifications being held or the conditions not being met, we will ask for additional material to be submitted in support of your application. Details for this will be provided to you upon successful audition.