Commercial Sound Production (3rd year entry) degree offered at the University of the West of Scotland is on a rapidly developing modern music business and its opportunities.
Lecturers are practising music industry professionals and guest speakers have included Shirley Manson and Ricky Ross. Designed for songwriters, producers and DJs, you will develop a variety of specialisms, giving our graduates a diverse range of skills to build a successful career in music.
Some classes may be delivered off campus, at our creative hub in Glasgow's Centre for Contemporary Arts and Paisley Campus.
Fixed-term, freelance contracts are the norm in this field and you will often find yourself working on a number of contracts simultaneously. Graduates will be required to build extensive contact networks and to work on a flexible basis.
Contract options include radio/television/film; computer games; broadcast media; arts administration; community arts; music performance; music publishing; and events organisation.
Employers include public sector bodies such as community arts/culture organisations, schools and colleges and independent film-makers and radio stations.
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