BMus (hons) Commercial Music Technology course in London, UK | LCCM

The BMus (Hons) Commercial Music Technology focuses on the creation, development and delivery of commercial audio. As audio creators we are reliant on technologies which afford us many creative careers. 

Course details

The course encourages you to explore these technologies and their contextual practice, understanding their history and relevance to future associated industries.
  • Mode of study: 2 -3 day campus
  • Intake: October, February, June
  • Course length: 3-4 years
  • Course fee: £9,250 per year
  • Location: London

London, UK LCCM

Course overview

Areas of study include basic to advanced recording, mixing, mastering techniques in both analogue and digital landscapes and spatial audio experiences for emerging technologies. Modules are designed to integrate skills, knowledge and understanding of commercial music industries and their future development.

The course is very practical with an emphasis on portfolio creation; however, students are required to engage in academic writing for assessments. In general assessment weightings are 70% portfolio and 30% essay/assessments. All modules are compulsory.


Entry requirements

A 2:2 honours degree, or equivalent. Applicants would normally have 2 years’ relevant work experience.

Course overview: he MBA is a general management course aimed at aspiring and established middle managers from a range of business sectors. The course has been designed to account for current (local, regional and international) market trends and has recently been updated to provide additional flexibility, choice and opportunity and to help apply taught management skills.

The overall objective of this course is to educate and develop individuals as managers and business specialists, adding value through an integrated, applied and critical understanding of management and organisations, as well as the development of professional, transferable and intellectual skills that are essential for successful general and strategic management in private, public and third sector organisations.


You will learn research and academic skills which will allow you to continue to further academic study at level 7.

  • Music producer
  • Recording engineer
  • Mix engineer
  • Mastering engineer
  • Sound designer
  • Film and media composer
  • Audio technician
  • Live sound engineer


This course is aimed at aspiring music producers and audio engineers looking to develop industry skills and in-depth research in contemporary practices within the music and audio industry.

  • Applied Theory
  • Instrumental Studio
  • Studio, Production & Programming 
  • Mix Concepts
  • Audio Technology, Then, Now, Next
  • Studio, Production & Programming 2
  • Music Programming 3-Sound Design
  • Audio Mastering
  • Spatial Audio
  • Live Sound
  • Music Programming 4 – Contemporary Electronica
  • Studio Production 4
  • Advanced Sound Engineering 
  • Composing for Media (Broadcast) 5
  • Working in the Music Industry
  • Professional Practice Portfolio