JAMES | Anglia Ruskin University


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BSc (Hons) Audio & Music Technology

Discover how sound works and how technology can help you to master it with our industry-accredited Audio & Music Technology degree.

Integrate theories of sound into your audio projects, as you build a portfolio for a future career in the creative industries, including live sound, gaming, broadcast and film. Focus on the science and technology that underpins audio and music technology to open up a wide range of career paths once you graduate.

Under the guidance of experienced academic staff and industry-active practitioners, you will spend time developing a broad, balanced skill set, acquiring proficiencies in the design, integration, and operation of the technologies and techniques that will underpin your future career.

Make the most of Cambridge’s diverse music scene with our links to local networks such as Cambridge Arts Network and Cambridge Live – from classical music to UK rap or even film and computer game soundtracks, there are plenty of opportunities to explore your style.
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The students were all very pleased with the course and unanimously felt it had delivered as promised. They had great appreciation for the course team and the way they respond and relate to them.
Quote from JAMES team of Assessors.
Did you know that…
Three Anglia Ruskin students on the 'BSc (Hons) Audio & Technology' course won three JAMES awards in 2018?

* The Gus Dudgeon Foundation/JAMES Summer Course
* The JAMES Orchestral Recording Sessions
* The JAMES/Richer Sounds award

Quite impressive!
Take advantage of an optional work placement between years two and three, plus internships with our industry partners and practitioners. Opportunities like these provide great experience to include on your CV plus a fantastic opportunity to make those essential industry contacts.

Work in climate-controlled recording studios and audio/video production facilities with support from our dedicated technical team. Develop your music and experiment with different styles and techniques as you immerse yourself in our industrious and collaborative student community.

We work with employers to make sure you graduate with the knowledge, skills and abilities they need. They help us review what we teach and how we teach it – and they offer hands-on, practical opportunities to learn through work-based projects, internships or placements.

Many of past students now enjoy successful careers in the music industry and beyond – from recording and mix engineers and acoustic consultants through to lecturers and technicians, the choice is yours

Take your music-making interests to the next level.

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