Trinity College Dublin partners PreSonus for online learning
Posted on: Thursday 5th of November 2020
The Music & Media Technologies (MMT) programme at Trinity College Dublin has partnered with PreSonus Audio Electronics in adapting to a new online lecturing format, to enable students to carry out their creative and technical audio projects remotely.
MMT lecturer Jimmy Eadie said, “We are delighted about the potential of this industry and academic partnership between ourselves here in the Dept of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and PreSonus. Through this support, the students will avail of the professional sound quality that PreSonus products afford. We hope to develop this partnership further in the coming years”.
The MMT programme is a 12-month full-time or 24-month part-time Masters course in TCD. The first and second semester taught modules provide the necessary music, video, computational and technological skills to allow creative individuals to engage in computer-assisted audio-visual composition and production, engage in audio signal processing system design, apply software tools for the music and media industries and/or enter the arena of media production. In the third semester students complete a research project culminating in a Masters thesis and public Exhibition of their end results.
PreSonus is well known in the audio production space with a product range covering everything from professional studio monitors, recording software, loudspeakers, headphones and mobile audio interfaces, to high end digital mixer systems. Founded 25 years ago in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the company opened its first overseas facility in Cavan, Ireland in 2012.
Trinity College Dublin Music & Media Technologies www.tcd.ie/eleceng/mmt/