Industry Talks | Postgraduate Study
Since 2021, the Careers in Music and Audio Technology series has featured guest lecturers and panelists who represent the variety of employment opportunities that you can consider.
You can view video recordings of these webinars by accessing the web links below. Note that some of these videos are restricted to current DMU students and require login. You can also access the full programmes for the series in 2021 and 2022.
- Live looping as creative practice with Ola Szmidt, singer-songwriter
- Film scoring and production music with Tanuj Tiku, film composer
Emerging audio technologies
- Chordify: How can music information retrieval help music lovers with Delia Fano Yela, Chordify
- Audio Threads: Physical interfaces and interactions with audio using textiles with Rebecca Stewart, Imperial College London
- Commune, communicate, collaborate, create with Matt Black, Ninja Tune
- Software development and music technology with Mark Zadel, Ableton
- Music education meets turntablism with Bradley Smith, Leicestershire Music
Panel discussions with DMU alumni
- 2021 panel discussion with former BA, BSc, and MA students
- Ioana Barbu, music producer,
- Natasha Haycocks, sound designer/editor/mixer for film,
- Ian Hobson, music software developer
- 2022 panel discussion with former BA, BSc, and PhD students
- Nimrita Kaur, composer,
- Luigi Platania, audio programmer for video games,
- Amit Patel, researcher and performer
Postgraduate Study Opportunities
DMU offers an MA in Music, Technology and Innovation and an MA/MSc by Research. See the Postgraduate Research page at the MTI Institute for Sonic Creativity website for more information.
You can see more of the kinds of projects MA by Research and PhD students are pursuing — or have completed — on the Research Student and Alumni pages on that site.
Note that as a DMU alumnus, you may be eligible for a tuition discount on postgraduate study at DMU.