Examples of Student Work

From string quartets to digital beats or

song writing to recordingfoley

and sound design to sonic art

Walking through Farnham Park

Walking through Farnham Park

Common Occurrences 

Taking inspiration from common occurrences of the Fibonacci sequence in nature, this piece of sonic art used binaural and other field recording techniques to create an augmented sound walk through Farnham Park. A custom created comb filter was designed based on the sequence, as well as subtle rhythmic motives and structuring.

String Quartet

String Quartet

Fidelity

This beautiful and subtle string quartet has had multiple lives as wedding music and multi-channel audio installation. In this guise a seperate speaker was used for each of the four instruments in the quartet and placed around a weavers studio. By walking around the space, listeners were able to create their own unique mix and experience of the work.

Mixture of traditional electronic

Mixture of traditional electronic

Piano Burst

This piece uses a mixture of digital techniques to manipulate a number of connected and disconnected samples of audio. Through pitch-shifting, reversing, panning, compressing and distorting the sounds. This pieces integrates digital and analogue recording techniques to produce a lively a upbeat work suitable of a large range of applications.


β€œThe Music Composition and Technology course has already taught me many of the fundamental skills needed for being in the music industry. It is giving me a thorough knowledge of the history of music, we are taught the theory and practice for composing for moving image and we can use a variety of instruments both live and electronic.”
— Clayton De Haan Year 2 MCT Student