The course will be executed as a two-week intensive hybrid period, which is succeeded by individual project work over the summer. During the intensive period Jamk degree students are required to be present face-to-face, but students via open studies and Campus Online are allowed to join remotely.
The course consists of a case study and project-based learning. The course will be implemented by general lectures, learning assignments and practical project work. During the course the student will learn the basic terminology and the general mindset of music and sound design in games. The student will also become acquainted with the tools and conventions to make game sounds and music in practice.
Horowitz S. The Essential Guide to Game Audio, 2014
Phillips W. A Composer's Guide to Game Music, 2014
Kalle Raijonkari, Ilari Miikkulainen
Special lectures from the experts concerning the topic.
There will be no exam during this course. A project summary and learning diary as well as the final assignment are in the main role concerning the assessment. Individual smaller assignments will be assessed during the course, which influence the final grade based on student activity.
In the case the student is unable to return the assignments, project report and summary in time, please be in contact with the lecturer responsible of the course.
20.05.2024 - 31.05.2024
Course workload is 5 ECTS = approx. 135 hours.
Practical assignments: 20%
Research assignments: 20%
Final assignment: 30%
Project summary and learning diary: 30%
You have the right to apply for recognition of your studies if you have prior learning (e.g. university studies completed elsewhere) that can be accredited towards the degree you are currently completing.
The recognition of prior learning is possible in three primary ways: accreditation (replacement or inclusion), recognition of informal learning and studification. More precise info: JAMK Degree Regulations, section 17.
20 - 30
Avoin amk 10
Campusonline 20 (not translated)
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business Information Technology
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