Audio and Video TechnologyAnglia Ruskin University
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- Cambridge (Inglaterra)
¿Qué aprendés en este curso?
Skills and Training
Our course is designed to provide you with the flexibility to focus on your particular area of interest, and to enhance and broaden your current skills. For example, by choosing coursework projects carefully, you will be empowered to commit to either audio or visual media type course deliverables, or a weighted combination of both.
- Audio and Music Production - Introducing the basics of performance recording and acoustics and quickly building up to professional level music production and audio content generation projects.
- Applied AV Processing - Covering advanced signal processing for audio and video manipulation, utilising Matlab software for applied analysis and design.
- Video Production - Development of video material to a wide variety of specifications. For assessment students are required to produce a portfolio of produced work detailing the scripting, planning, shooting and editing processes used.
- AV Software Development - Creation of audio and video software units, algorithms and plug-ins using specific development languages such as Matlab, C/C++, Max/MSP and QTKit.
- Research Methods - The evaluation of research techniques for postgraduate study in general and specific to the field of Audio and Video Technology.
- Dissertation - Dissertation on a negotiated research investigation with respect to audio and/or video content creation.
Assessment is by a combination of exam, written coursework, oral presentation and dissertation.
1 year, full-time.
- Students who have graduated in any science or engineering subject; an academic background in audio or visual media is not essential. You may already have knowledge of the underlying scientific and engineering theory, but are looking to convert your knowledge and skills towards the audio and visual media related industries.
- Students with a first degree in Audio and Music Technology who want to enhance their scientific and engineering knowledge and take their practical skills to a higher level. You may also wish to move from a pure audio background to a mixed 'audio-video' skill set in order to broaden your knowledge area and achieve your desired employment ambitions.
- Students with a first degree in a Video or Media Technology subject who wish to build on their scientific knowledge and move from a pure media background to a mixed 'audio-video' skill set, to enhance their employment opportunities.
Career opportunities: Associated careers include: Audio and video content creation; Audio and video production; New media industry management; New media publishing; Digital rights management; Media asset management. Graduates have found employment as acoustic consultants, studio mix and production engineers, freelance sound and video producers, technical support, live sound engineers, audio electronics and loudspeaker designers, researchers, lecturers, teachers, TV production assistants... and much more.