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I'm thinking about where I want to go after I finish in college, I want to study audio engineering. So I can become a producer/sound engineer.


Any recommendations where to study and what courses I could do in the UK?

Anyone studied this and have any advice?
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I think a lot of people on UG are doing something like this



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Quote by guitar12
I'm thinking about where I want to go after I finish in college, I want to study audio engineering. So I can become a producer/sound engineer.


Any recommendations where to study and what courses I could do in the UK?

Anyone studied this and have any advice?

You don't study that in college?
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Quote by rgrockr
You don't study that in college?


No, i'm going to a sixth form college studying Biology, maths, physics and history at A level.
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Quote by guitar12
No, i'm going to a sixth form college studying Biology, maths, physics and history at A level.

I have no idea what that means. In the US we have different terminology.
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Quote by rgrockr
I have no idea what that means. In the US we have different terminology.


what we call university you call college,

UK its primary - secondary - college - university

On topic:

TS Uni's go for points not courses. I do music at salford uni, they didn't give a crap that i have a music A level. they just looked at how many UCAS points i had.

Science has a lot, as does maths, history not so much modern history, ancient has loads though.

aside from that. i know im bigging it up but salford wrote the book in UK music education.. they literally started teaching it first. and our tech tutor Brendan is ace at what he does, he knows how to do things in every DAW availiable, and he's never too busy to show you how to do something...

i do a music course but i specialise in production and composition.

its ace, but i only know of salford. i don't know of every other uni.

Sparxedit:

also go and look round as many unis as you can either afford to or can get to. when you find the one you want to study at. it will feel right...

I went to look round Oxford, Edinburgh, Liverpool John Moores, Salford and Huddersfield. Salford was the one that felt most like home. Maybe that's because I'm from Manchester. but it just felt right, all the other places felt really uncomfortable, and if you're there for three years, you have to b comfortable in your surroundings from the get go
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Last edited by Sparky-MMA at Aug 4, 2010,
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Quote by rgrockr
I have no idea what that means. In the US we have different terminology.


It's the equivalent of our community colleges.