Ireland’s leading institution for creative media development, Pulse College, will begin a 4-part series of monthly Facebook Live Q&A Events this Thursday 30th March (6pm Dublin / 1pm New York / 10am Los Angeles) where we detail different elements of the program as well as discussions on the Film Scoring Industry at large.
This Thursday we will be joined by Course Tutor and renowned Music Engineer, Debbie Smith, who has worked with industry giants such as Denis Sands, Steve Dorff and Conrad Pope, to discuss Orchestra Recording and the use of Technology in Composing.
Each month we will feature a different member of our illustrious Film Scoring team and also students currently enrolled on the program. For more info and to register your place at each event, simply click the Register button below.
The first event takes place Thursday 30th March [6pm Dublin / 1pm New York / 10am Los Angeles]. Joining will be Visiting Course Tutor and renowned Music Engineer, Debbie Smith, who has worked with industry giants such as Denis Sands, Steve Dorff and Conrad Pope, to discuss the topic of Technology in Composing
Event 2: 27th April – 110 Piece Orchestra Recording Module with Producer and President of Pulse College, Tony Perrey
Event 3: 25th May – The Bulgaria Recording Experience with MA Program Alumnus
Event 4: 29th June – Living in Dublin with International and Irish Students on the MA Program
If you want to participate you have to register here.
About MA program in Scoring for Film & Visual Media
Pulse College (Dublin, Ireland), in association with the DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama, offers a unique MA program in Scoring for Film & Visual Media. Designed to harness the creative potential of future composers, this 1-Year Programme is aimed at musicians, composers and engineers who want to develop the technical and musical skills necessary to work within this area.
Study under the tutelage of some of the biggest names in the Global Film & Games Music Industry such as Conrad Pope, Christopher Young, Garry Schyman, Andy Hill and Richard Bellis.
Key Features of the Program
- Study & Record at the renowned Windmill Lane Recording Studios
- 24hour Studio Access
- Prestigious tutors drawn from the Hollywood Scoring Community
- Guest Film Music Industry talks, lecturers and networking events
- Create an extensive portfolio with 9 Ensemble Recordings
- Final Project performed by 110-Piece Professional Orchestra
- Collaborative projects with Film Directors, Producers and Musicians