Welcome to the Lincoln School of Media Audio Production blog.
Here you will find examples of staff and student work, updates on events and activities along with all kinds of audio related things we find of interest.
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A little about the B.A. (Hons) Audio Production courses at University of Lincoln
There has been exciting progress in the field of audio production and radio in recent years. On this course you can develop creative, critical, analytical, technical and organisational skills appropriate to employment in the audio, media, music and cultural industries.
The course provides a broad foundation in audio production skills, in conjunction with media, music and cultural studies, with an opportunity to specialise in selected areas of audio production. Areas include auditory culture, music, sonic art, experimental production, branding/marketing and research.
You will have access to top-of-the-range equipment in purpose-built studios including four radio production studios, six audio edit suites, an audio production teaching and editing suite, a dual control room recording studio and a post-production and dubbing theatre.
There are opportunities for hands-on experience at Siren FM, the University’s Community Radio Station that broadcasts in the Lincoln area and further afield via the internet. Students benefit from a broad range of visiting speakers from radio, film and television, the music and audio industries and experimental sound performance artists.