Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (RBC) provides a unique context to study music technology.
Not only do you have access to state of the art professional technical facilities, and are taught by a range of leading industry professionals, you are also surrounded by performers, composers and researchers of the very highest quality from across an array of musical disciplines - from classical soloists, through chamber ensembles and orchestras to opera, jazz, folk, electronica and rock.
This provides a rich and vibrant environment to develop recording, production and performance-based projects.
Our courses have an excellent reputation, and our graduates go on to shape the future of the music industry.
Our music technology facilities are some of the best of their kind in the country. All of our studios are capable of recording from any of our concert halls or live rooms.Studios and equipment
We have a variety of tutors and technicians with a wide range of experience who provide specialist teaching and advice within the Music Technology department.Tutorial staff
Music Technology research at Birmingham Conservatoire is focused around the broad themes of musician-computer interaction and the art of sound recording.Research opportunities
The BMus principal study Music Technology is aimed at the creative music producer, and allows you to study Music Technology as your principal subject area within the musical context of a Conservatoire.BMus (Hons) Music Technology
BSc (Hons) Music Technology
The BSc (Hons) Music Technology is aimed at the technical music producer. It is a course that uniquely combines a significant grounding in technology with the musical accolades associated with a Conservatoire education.BSc (Hons) Music Technology
Master of Music (MMus)
The MMus principal study Music Technology provides an opportunity to experiment and develop expertise in the creative application of music technologies. Also offered at PgDip or PgCert level.MMus Music Technology
Dr Simon Hall is Head of Music Technology at RBC. He is an active composer, producer, recording engineer and bass trombone player as well as educator.
He has worked across a range of genres in a range of capacities, with artists as diverse as Karlheinz Stockhausen and Johnny Mathis; and organisations ranging from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra to the Royal Shakespeare Company.