Music and Sound

Undergraduate work on the Music and Sound Design course

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Music and sound design plays a significant part in the creation and manipulation of music and sound for films, games, tv and other digital applications. With so many different applications, it's no wonder that it contributes £5billion to the British economy.

Creative Industries

There are now over 190,900 people working in the music industry in many different sub-sectors; from music representatives and music publishers to the live sector and music creation.

The music creation sector, which includes musicians and composers as well as producers and engineers, continues to be the most profitable sub-sector, contributing to almost 50% of the industry's entire revenue.

The success of the music creation sector shows that at its heart, the British music industry continues to be about the creation and production of genre-defining music.

Creative industries

Employment within this area is on the rise, with music creators producing work for live audiences as well as for film, games, television and for the media and communication sectors. 

Alongside a career as a musician, roles within the music-creation sector can span anything from composing for film and television to sound designer and from sound recordist to dubbing mixer.

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UK’s first radio station run by homeless youngsters launches today

The UK’s first radio station run by homeless people has been launched to give homeless people a sustained voice on the airwaves.

Organisers Accumulate also partnered with tutors from Ravensbourne University London to share their digital expertise while students helped with branding and visualisation.

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