Course dates

Starting date, Tuesday 30 Apr 2019
6.30-8.30pm | 10 Weeks

Course overview

For composers interested in writing music for film and TV, this course offers a thorough introduction to the technology and specific challenges involved in composing and producing music for film.

Through theoretical and practical classes the course provides you with a solid understanding of how music works in a movie through an examination of film music functions, syntax and styles. We encourage you to explore your personal compositional voice as well as develop versatility by investigating different musical genres; and show you how to use the relevant technology and get the most out of musical and studio resources. 

 

Fees

£295

Booking information

Please note that our courses sell-out quickly, so early booking is advisable. 

Starting date, Tuesday 30 Apr 2019
6.30-8.30pm | 10 Weeks

Enquiries

If you have any questions about this course please contact shortcourses (@gold.ac.uk) .

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Location

Richard Hoggart Building

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