Lyd- og musikkproduksjon

Lyd og Musikkproduksjon er utdanningen for deg som ønsker å jobbe kreativt eller teknisk med musikk og lyd. Du ønsker å bli artist, komponist, produsent, lydtekniker i studio, eller jobbe med lyd og musikk til film og andre medier.

Du vil være en del av et dynamisk miljø sammen med andre som deler din interesse for fagfeltet. Du vil bli undervist av erfarne lærere som jobber aktivt innen bransjen, og få god oppfølging underveis. Campus ligger sentralt plassert i Oslo eller Bergen, og tilbyr flotte studiofasiliteter og utstyr. 

Du vil lære

  • Låtskriving og komposisjon
  • Produksjon for forskjellige genre
  • Opptak av vokaler og instrument-typer
  • Miksing, lydetterarbeid og mastering
  • Lyd og musikk til film og andre medier
  • Hvordan musikkbransjen fungerer
  • Lyd- og musikkteori

Studiets oppbygging

Det første studieåret blir du introdusert for et bredt spekter av emner innen faget, som forbereder deg på ulike oppgaver innenfor feltet. Fagområdene er komposisjon, musikkproduksjon, hørelære og musikk- og lyd -teori, og lyd til medier.

På det andre studieåret kan man velge å satse mer i retning komposisjon eller lydteknikk.

Marie Fishpin Kvam Holberg
Studiet er svært lærerikt og interessant. Læringsmiljøet er positivt og motiverende. Jeg er superfornøyd med skolevalget.Marie Fishpin Kvam Holberg, student

Gjennom hele utdannelsen vil både undervisning, oppgaver og evaluering ha en praktisk tilnærming. Studentene vil få muligheten til å jobbe med en rekke individuelle og gruppebaserte prosjekter

Du vil skape en stor portefølje med lyd- og musikkproduksjoner, hvor du har bidratt med ulike roller. Alle faglærere du møter har bred erfaring fra bransjen, de er mye til stede på campus og har et stort personlig engasjement for faget. Du vil ha tilgang på topp utstyrte studioer fra tidlig om morgenen til sent på kvelden.

Emner første studieår:

  • Studio Life Fundamentals
  • Music Production Fundamentals
  • Media And Post-Production
  • Semester Assignement
  • Listening Skills and Musical Structure
  • Songwriting Fundamentals
  • Production Process
  • Portfolio
  • Exam Project

Emner andre studieår:

Teknikk:

  • Studio Practice and Workflows
  • Studio Technology
  • Studio Live Recording
  • Media Sound Post-Production
  • Semester Assignment
  • Soundengineering in context
  • Project Workflows and Deliveries
  • Industry Knowledge
  • Portfolio Exam
  • Exam Project

Emner andre studieår:

Komposisjon:

  • Studio Practice and Workflows
  • Listening Skills and Music Theory
  • Composing for Media
  • Songwriting
  • Semester Assignment
  • Songwriting in Context
  • Style Studies and Arranging
  • Project Workflows and Deliveries
  • Industry Knowledge
  • Portfolio Exam
  • Exam Project

SMP1:

Knowledge

The candidate:

  • has knowledge of concepts and relevant theory used to describe the content and quality of music productions
  • has knowledge of concepts, processes and suitable tools used for composition, production and delivery of music
  • has knowledge of established workflows within sound and music production for media, and knowledge of the music producer's role in an interdisciplinary industry
  • has insight into relevant regulations, agreements, commercial and artistic standards and quality requirements in sound and music production for the music and media industry
  • has knowledge of professional roles, working methods, business and employment opportunities and intellectual property in the music industry

Skills

The candidate:

  • can apply professional knowledge to practical and theoretical issues related to sound and music production
  • can apply professionally relevant knowledge in music and sound theory to practical issues
  • can apply relevant production tools, materials and techniques for producing finished music products
  • can apply relevant tools, materials and techniques to compose and produce music in different genres
  • can find information and subject matter from reliable sources relevant to issues in the planning and execution of sound and music production work
  • can analyze a situation, identify issues and needs for measures in production of audio and music products

General Competence

The candidate:

  • has an understanding of professional ethical principles in the music and media industries
  • has developed a basic ethical attitude in the practice of the sound and music producer profession
  • can perform sound and music production work according to customers' and clients' needs in the music and media industries
  • can build relationships with peers and across disciplines, as well as with external target groups
  • can develop workflows, products and services relevant to a professional working life in the field of sound and music production

Komposisjon:

Knowledge

The candidate:

  • has knowledge of concepts, tools and processes used for sound and music production in multi-room studios
  • has knowledge of concepts, theories, models, processes and tools used for recording, production and delivery of sound and music productions to the music and media industry
  • has knowledge of processes, theories and tools used for sound recording and production in various genres
  • knows different roles in the music and media industries and understands history, traditions, uniqueness and societal role of the music production field
  • can assess own work in relation to current artistic, formal and commercial norms and requirements in the music and media industries
  • has insight into their own development opportunities and current career paths as a sound and music producer in an interdisciplinary media industry
  • has knowledge of concepts, theories, models, processes and tools used for composition, songwriting and arranging of music productions
  • has knowledge of relevant music theory, methods and tools for notation of music appropriate for production of various ensembles

Skills

The candidate:

  • can apply professional knowledge to issues related to production of sound and music in a multiroom studio
  • can explain professional choices related to various types of music productions and in interdisciplinary collaborations aimed at the music and media industry
  • can use tools, processes and methods related to recording and production of sound and music in various relevant formats
  • can reflect on artistic and commercial production choices and adjust these after feedback
  • can find and refer to reliable information about the historical development of the music production field and assess the relevance to their own practice
  • can find and refer to reliable information and subject matter and assess the relevance to a production issue
  • can explain professional choices in composition, songwriting, arrangement and notation of music adapted to relevant ensembles
  • can find and refer to reliable and relevant subject matter and assess the relevance for arranging musical content
  • can reflect on professional practice in composing and arranging music and adjust this according to feedback
  • gjøre rede for valg av metoder for flersporsopptak av ulike instrumentgrupper
  • can account for professional choices in music production and composition for various media formats

General Competence

The candidate:

  • can plan and carry out sound and music production independently and in collaboration with others in line with ethical standards, requirements and guidelines
  • can plan and carry out audio and music productions aimed at the music and media industries
  • can exchange professional experiences and views with peers, and participate in discussions about the development of good production practice
  • can contribute to organizational development in the music industry and develop business activities independently or in collaboration with others
  • can plan and carry out an efficient music production process in line with professional quality requirements, where considerations for participants and clients are taken into account
  • can plan and carry out compositions and arrangements in interdisciplinary collaborations aimed at the music and media industry in line with ethical requirements and guidelines
  • can exchange views with other peers in the music industry and participate in discussions about good practice in the production of musical content

Teknikk:

Knowledge

The candidate:

  • has knowledge of concepts, tools and processes used for sound and music production in multi-room studios
  • has knowledge of concepts, theories, models, processes and tools used for recording, production and delivery of sound and music productions to the music and media industry
  • has knowledge of processes, theories and tools used for sound recording and production in various genres
  • knows different roles in the music and media industries and understands history, traditions, uniqueness and societal role of the music production field
  • can assess own work in relation to current artistic, formal and commercial norms and requirements in the music and media industries
  • has insight into their own development opportunities and current career paths as a sound and music producer in an interdisciplinary media industry
  • has knowledge of concepts, theories, models, processes and tools used for advanced sound recording, production and deliveries of sound products
  • has knowledge of concepts, processes and tools used in finishing, finishing and delivery of finished music productions and sound products adapted to different media formats
  • has knowledge of key concepts and relevant sound theory for technical and acoustic adaptation of rooms for recording and post-production of sound

Skills

The candidate:

  • can apply professional knowledge to issues related to the production of sound and music in a multi-room studio
  • can explain professional choices related to various types of music productions and in interdisciplinary collaborations aimed at the music and media industry
  • can reflect on artistic and commercial production choices and adjust these after feedback
  • can find and refer to reliable information about the historical development of the music production field and assess the relevance to their own practice
  • can find and refer to reliable information and subject matter and assess the relevance to a production issue
  • can explain professional choices when recording relevant ensembles
  • can find and refer to reliable information about tools, theories, concepts and working methods in studio technology
  • can account for professional choices made in post production, completion and delivery of sound productions in various media formats
  • can reflect on the professional practice as a producer and studio sound engineer and adjust according to feedback

General Competence

The candidate:

  • can plan and carry out sound and music production independently and in collaboration with others in line with ethical standards, requirements and guidelines
  • can plan and carry out audio and music productions aimed at the music and media industries
  • can exchange professional experiences and views with peers, and participate in discussions about the development of good production practice
  • can contribute to organizational development in the music industry and develop business activities independently or in collaboration with others
  • can plan and carry out an efficient music production process in line with professional quality requirements, where considerations for participants and clients are taken into account
  • can plan and carry out sound work in interdisciplinary collaborations aimed at the music and media industry and deliver finished products in line with current quality requirements and specifications
  • Can exchange views with other peers in the music industry and participate in discussions about good practice in sound production and in the studio

Laptop:

  • En nyere Mac eller Windows-basert bærbar datamaskin for bruk med musikkprogramvare i klasser og prosjekter utenfor skolens studioer. Studentene vil bli tildelt en lisens for en DAW, gyldig for skoleåret, som kan brukes på alle skoleprosjekter. De fleste oppgavene kan også gjøres i egen valgfri DAW.
  • Skolens studiodatamaskiner er alle OSX(Mac), og kunnskap om denne plattformen er en del av læreplanen, men det er ikke obligatorisk på personlige datamaskiner.

Lydgrensesnitt:

  • Alle studenter må ha et lydinterface med minst 1 mikrofoninngang (XLR) og hodetelefonutgang. Det er mange rimelige alternativer, blant dem produkter fra Steinberg, Audient, Universal Audio Spark, SSL og andre. Spør oss om råd hvis du er usikker.

Hodetelefoner:

  • Alle studenter må ha egne kablede, lukkede hodetelefoner av grei kvalitet for arbeid med individuelle oppgaver både på skolen og hjemme. Det er mange alternativer å velge mellom, men vi anbefaler å se på et av de tradisjonelle merkene som Beyerdynamic, Sennheiser, AKG.

Ytterligere krav for SMP2:

  • Komposisjon: Rimelig programvarepakke med Virtuelle Instrumenter. Spesifikasjon følger ved semesterstart.
  • Lydteknikk: En Pace iLok-dongle. Kan kjøpes i de fleste butikker som selger musikkutstyr

Lærer å drive plateselskap

Noroff Records er Norges første studentdrevne plateselskap og gir hovedsaklig ut låter av og med Noroff-studenter. Plateselskapet drives av andreårsstudenter. Mot slutten av det første skoleåret får studentene opplæring slik at de er klare til å overta driften.

Plateselskapet er delt i to avdelinger: Noroff Records Oslo og Noroff Records Bergen. Selskapet har lisensavtale med Edda Music i Bergen og Musikkoperatørene i Oslo. Disse vil stå for opplæring av promotering og markedsføring i forbindelse med utgivelser. En samlet liste over utgivelsene finner du her.

Jobbmuligheter

Studiet utdanner i hovedsak musikkprodusenter, låtskrivere og teknikere innenfor musikk og mediebransjen. Vi har også studenter som gjør det bra som artister.

Kaja Iselin Storstad
Jeg vil absolutt anbefale Noroff fordi det er stort samhold og alle hjelper hverandre til suksess! Man lærer mye på kort tid.Kaja Iselin Storstad, student

Bachelor i utlandet

Etter to år på lyd- og musikkproduksjon er det mulig å ta et tredje år i utlandet og få bachelorgrad. Ved vårt samarbeidsuniversitet University of South Wales kan man velge fire ulike bachelorprogrammer.

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Studieinformasjon

Studiestart: 15. august 2023.
Les mer om studiestart.
Studiesteder: Oslo, Bergen
Søknadsfrist: Løpende opptak. Søknadene behandles i den rekkefølgen de kommer inn.
Varighet: 2 år*
Undervisnings­­språk: Norsk
Pris campus:

61.000,- per semester.
Kr 1.900,- i registreringsavgift.

Godkjenninger: Godkjent for lån og stipend i Statens Lånekasse. NOKUT-akkreditert.
Opptakskrav: Generell studiekompetanse eller yrkesrettet utdanning med fagbrev. Det kan også søkes på grunnlag av realkompetanse. Les mer.
Grad: Høyere fagskolegrad (Higher Professional Degree)
Studiepoeng: 120

*Det er mulig å kun ta førsteåret

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Lærere

Herbrand Larsen

Herbrand Larsen

Linjeleder
Audun Ofstad Borrmann

Audun Ofstad Borrmann

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Raymond Enoksen

Raymond Enoksen

Faglærer, Oslo
Jørund Fluge Samuelsen

Jørund Fluge Samuelsen

Faglærer, Oslo
Åge Reite

Åge Reite

Faglærer, Oslo
Arve Isdal

Arve Isdal

Faglærer, Bergen
Jens Kristian Rimau

Jens Kristian Rimau

Faglærer, Bergen
Mathias Monsen

Mathias Monsen

Faglærer, Bergen

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