BMus (Hons) Music Performance And Recording is a three-year full-time course, where you can develop your performance and composition skills, as well as record and produce your own music.
For the Recording aspect, you will learn how to capture, sequence, and produce music through a range of music technology modules. You will also get to hone your skills in composing music on the desktop or in SRMC’s state-of-the-art recording studio, the Singapore Raffles Production Suite (SRPS).
The Management modules will equip you with the skills necessary to manage an artiste’s career, produce performance events, and network within the industry. SRMC supports all students in marketing and managing their musical careers, so that they may exploit valuable opportunities in today’s music business.
This is a 3-year full-time course.
Students will undertake the following modules during their course of study.
- Pop Performance Studies 1A
- Sound Theory
- Desktop Composition
- Pop Performance Studies 1B
- Sound Practice
- The Role of Music Management
- Pop Performance Studies 2A
- Composition And Arranging
- Studio Recording 2
- Composition And Arranging Workshop
- LCM Music Factory
- Touring Logistics and Planning
- Music Management
- Showcase Studies
- Performance Project
- Music Technology Showcase Project
- Music for the Moving Image
- Music Education Workshop
- Experimental Sound
- Live Sound Practice
Drawing upon the professional experience of the music faculty at London College of Music (LCM), this course is designed as a response to the dynamic needs of the current music industry. Musicians will develop both performance techniques and the technical knowledge to record studio music, so as to launch a successful career in the music industry.
- Music Performer (Soloists or with Ensembles/Bands)
- Music Teacher
- Sound Engineer / Studio Manager
- Record Producer
- Composer / Arranger (Film, TV, Gaming)
- Arts / Culture Manager
- Music School Administrator
- Music Researcher
How to Apply
Head over to our website to apply for the course.
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