University of Chichester
Professional Composition and Orchestration
Applicants should have a 1st degree and a good, solid knowledge of one computer based DAW like Logic, Cubase, or Digital Performer.
Indicative modules: writing in styles; research and critical reflection; writing to a brief; writing to picture; scoring drama. Elective modules: writing for string and woodwind; session preparation; writing for brass, harp and percussion; scoring for orchestra; orchestration in practice; major project; live orchestra sessions.
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|MFA||Distance learning||-||1 years|
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