Industry course students come together for a collaboration project

Lydia Wood

Students from across all three of our industry courses came together to work on a joint project as part of our Collaboration Week.

They put their skills to the test and worked together to create the music, underscore and Foley for a TV scene. This cross-discipline approach required a full team effort and gave students a broader perspective on the creative process when designing a complete soundscape for visual media. Learning from each other, students from across all three courses – Creative Music Production, Sound for Visual Media, and Studio Production and Mastering – developed skills in areas of production they wouldn’t normally have access to.

We interviewed tutors and students to find out more about how the project went.


We try to instil a collaborative spirit in our students from the word go. To succeed in the music, audio and post-production industries, it’s critical to establish positive working relationships and links with professionals in other skill sets. By combining their skills, styles and knowledge, students were able to produce a complete industry-standard scene ready for the big screen.

“It gave me a glimpse of what the real world of work will be like” – Matthew Mutton, Sound for Visual Media student

“Being around different people and in different situations can inspire growth” – Rich Harris, Creative Music Production student

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