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Sample our Brand New BA (Hons) Online Degree Programme | Week 3: Sound Design

If you’re looking to get a taste of what it’s like to learn on our innovative online platform, here’s your chance! We’ve now updated our sample courses to include a taster of our new Online BA (Hons) in Music Production and Sound Engineering degree course. The course consists of eight modules included in the full online degree programme, designed to give you a taste of what you can expect when you study online with us. This is the third week of eight in which we’ll be giving you a taste of what each module entails, as well as showing you one of the videos from the corresponding module’s course materials. Don’t forget, we also have a host of online courses besides our BA (Hons) degree programme – head to our online school for our full range.

The third module contained in this online sample is on Sound Design, which we teach mostly using the Native Instruments tools Kontakt and Reaktor. Students taking the complete module will learn some theory of sound, synthesis, sampling and patching, but the two example pages available for sample look at creating your own sweeps and rises to use in your productions, and a morphing bass sound, which is used as an example of how to use all of the tools learned in the module. You can check out that video above, and to take the sample course yourself, head here, and get a flavour of the quality, style and content you can expect when studying online with Point Blank. Remember though, this is only a taster… to get the full experience complete with live interaction with tutors, forum interaction with fellow students and assignment feedback, you’ll have to enrol on a live course!

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If you register with Point Blank, you can access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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