|1.||Articulate and critique key theoretical concepts related to music technology;|
|2.||Operate a range of industry-standard music software including MIDI sequencers, digital audio workstations and music notation software;|
|3.||Apply skills and knowledge of technology to compositional, theory and performance contexts;|
|4.||Appraise the history and culture of technology in music and explain how it relates to the modern professional musician.|
|Exercise||Applied theory and aural exercises||25%|
|Report||Evaluation of musicological issues using a range of media||25%|
|Exercise||Demonstrate professional standards in studio practice||25%|
|Performance||Group and solo musical performance||25%|
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