ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION
1st Cycle Academic Diploma (Bachelor/Undergraduate Level)
Authorized by MIUR, the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research
- Master class and concert lessons dedicated to electronic music
- Workshop with producers from the music industry
- Study of music applied to images
- Original artistic productions
- Total tuition hours per year: 982
The 3-years 1st Cycle Academic Diploma in Electronic Music Production grants the student cultural and technical specific skills enabling him/her to translate into practice his/her own artistic ideas or someone else’s ones.
Bearing this target in mind, a special focus is set on the study of electro-acoustic music repertoire, both historical and contemporary, as well as on the in-depth study of analytic methodologies, including the history of electro-acoustic and data technologies in appliance to music.
Such targets will also have to be reached enhancing the development of the earing perceptive and the memorization skills, especially as far as sound materials of the electro-acoustic music repertoire are concerned. At the end of the three-year Course,the students will have deep knowledge of stylistic, historic and aesthetic sides of electronic music.
Besides, each student will have the appropriate skills relative to the implementation of data and electro-acoustic instrumentations.
The 1st cycle academic diploma issued by Saint Louis is equally valid both in Italy and in Europe, as all qualifications issued by Italian and European Conservatories.
The Course is of EQF level 6 and enhances the student, upon termination, to access Master Level Courses (EQF 7) both in Italy and abroad. To better understand the EQF – European Qualification Framework – for the Italian Higher Education System please visit the website Quadro dei Titoli Italiani.
The Course is ECTS based. Every year is worth 60 ECTS credits, for a total of 180 ECTS credits. To better understand the ECTS – European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System – please visit the dedicated page on the European Commission website.
Breakthroughs and opportunities
At the end of the three-year Course, the graduated student will have the necessary skills and experience for his/her own artistic career. He/she will be ready to practice the acquired profession as
- Electronic and electroacoustic music composers
- Musical professions connected with sound technologies
- Musical professions connected with multimedia events, artistic installations, soundtracks
or will have the chance to choose to continue his/her studies, attending the further two-year specialization course in Electronic Music.
Electronic Music graduated Students willing to continue in specialization Courses of other Departments (ex. Songwriting, Composition, Applied Music, etc.) will have to sit an Admission Test.