ICMP is delighted to announce the launch of two new Music Production degree courses aimed at aspiring music students looking to launch careers in audio engineering and composing music for film, TV and games. 

The new programmes will run alongside our existing curriculum including the BA Creative Music Production Course and our MA in Creative Music Production

Both highly practical courses will equip students with the necessary skills to master the latest specialist studio equipment and technology alongside theoretical concepts of music production and sound design. All students will have the chance to hone their craft in our state-of-the-art studios, including our newly launched facilities. 

Professor Tony Harris, ICMP’s Dean of Academic Studies, said: “We’re very pleased to be adding to our BA Creative Music Production Degree with these new programmes. 

We’re launching them in response to the needs of the UK’s evolving music industry and career opportunities opening up within the worlds of recorded music and composition for a range of new media. Studying these programmes in London, renowned as a global hub for TV, film and recording, should also give our students the edge when looking to launch successful careers.”

Jonathan Whiskerd, ICMP’s Head of Undergraduate Programmes, added: “We’re delighted to add these degrees to ICMP’s leading educational portfolio. Audio engineers are at the heartbeat of our industry while emerging film, TV and gaming composers have the opportunity to enter one of the most exciting and rapidly developing areas of the business.”

BA in Audio Engineering and Production 

This course offers students the chance to develop an advanced technical understanding of all aspects of sound engineering and music production techniques. 

Students will learn how to use industry-standard hardware and software in a real-world recording studio environment including skills such as studio design, audio signal analysis, live sound reinforcement and capture. 

Students will be ready to launch careers in roles such as audio engineer, mastering engineer, music producer and more.



BA in Music Production for Film, TV and Games

This course is aimed at those looking to explore the world of composition, production and creative techniques used in film, TV, games and more. 

The programme aims to analyse theoretical areas of production, including musical language, composition and arrangement, while exploring those concepts in practice across film scoring, composition design for games, spatial 3D audio, Dolby Atmos, and Virtual and Augmented Reality sound design.

Students will be ready to launch careers as composer, sound designer, producer, foley artist, supervising sound editor and audio games designers.  


Launch a professional studio (and beyond!) career

ICMP’s Audio Engineering degree covers everything you need to know to become an audio engineer or music producer. You’ll graduate experienced at using the latest specialist studio equipment and technology, having learned to work confidently with musicians and artists to produce the highest-quality recordings.

To completely immerse yourself in your music career, email our friendly Admissions Team at enquiries@icmp.ac.uk or call them on 020 7328 0222.

BA Audio Engineering and Production