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Music Production - Bachelor

Bachelor of Music, 180 ECTS
Music and performing arts

Institution Rhythmic Music Conservatory (RMC)
Campus Copenhagen
Duration 3 years
Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH) 5500 EUR
The purpose of the study programme is to educate music producers who have a personal voice and vast experience with the craftsmanship and artistic methods belonging to the field of music production. In detail the field of the education includes the close, creative cooperative relationship between artists, song writers, musicians, composers, A&R’s and more.A student in music production develops and examines how to create a product of a musical performance typically in the form of concerts and in the studio. Each project will define what a music producer has to do to create the best conditions in realizing the artistic intention. The tools used can come from different areas and range from sound engineering, dialogue, feedback, composition, work on lyric, arrangement, mixing etc. However, the focal point is the ability to communicate and create results together with and through others.On the basis of basic theoretical knowledge about music production, solid skills and far reaching artistic and interdisciplinary competencies, graduates work professionally with music production.The study programme takes its starting-point in the student, and aims to further develop the individual’s artistic and educational profile. You will become part of a diverse and inspirational learning environment in which teachers, tutors and fellow students will challenge and stimulate the student’s individual development. The programme consists of a mixture of scheduled classes, internships and intense project periods, and via the conservatory’s extensive cooperation with external partners in Denmark and abroad, the students obtain access to an extensive professional network that will strengthen your future employment opportunities in a changing music industry.