Deadline: 1 March 2019
At Aalborg University, we offer a new master’s program called Sound and Music Computing. You can study in either Aalborg or Copenhagen.You will be trained to solve problems demanding deep technological insight as well as knowledge on the creative aspects and users. This combination makes the program in Sound and Music Computing unique in Denmark, and competences in both the technical and creative area are much sought after.
Job and Career
As a master of science in Sound and Music Computing from Aalborg University, you will have a solid profile aimed at both the Danish and international markets. Denmark has a long and proud tradition in sound and music computing, and Danish companies and their products are known all over the world. You may find employment in companies such as Bang & Olufsen (B&O), T-Rex Engineering, IO Interactive, Carl Martin, Dicentia, etc. Here, you will be working with development and test of programs and equipment for sound processing (especially interactive), production of sound as well as new business opportunities and –concepts within sound and music.
- Sound Processing
- Multivariate Statistics and Pattern Recognition
- Music Perception and Cognition
- Real-time Interaction and performance
- Sound and Music Signal Analysis
- Music Information Research
- Sonic Interaction Research
- Multimedia programming
- Modelling physical systems
- Human Sound Perception
- Audio Engineering1
- Sound and Music Innovation
- Research in Sound and Music Computing
Screening of applications is based on the following criteria in order of priority:
- Grades obtained on completed semesters of the undergraduate program at the time of assessment.
- The given motivation for studying and the knowledge of the MSc.
- Relevant, verifiable extra-curricular activities, e.g. work experience within IT and/ or companies within the sound and music technology business.
- Applicants applying for Master’s programs at Aalborg University must submit results of an IELTS, TOEFL or Cambridge test.
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in September 2019
You can apply until: 1 March 2019
- For more details please visit program website.