Staff Profiles: Tim Land

Tim Land

Staff Profile: Tim Land
Academic Course Leader in Creative Music Technology

Tim Land

Tim Land

Academic Course Leader in Creative Music Technology

Music and Media

Tim Land has an extensive background in music production and independent music business, he is the academic course leader for Popular Music and Music & Media Management at the University of Gloucestershire.

Biography

Tim Land has an extensive background in music production, performance and independent music business.He has released artist albums for Hospital records, Sony (Japan) and Om (US) along with EP’s for various other labels and has a large remix catalogue. He has completed International tours as a DJ and as a musician with award winning live bands.He was a member of interactive music collective Audiorom and awarded a BAFTA for enhanced Music CDRom – Shift Control. He also has numerous commercial production credits for T.V and Radio

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BA (Hons) Commercial Music University of Westminster 1996
MA Creative Music Practice University of Wales, Newport 2012
PGCert Higher Education University of Wales, Newport 2012

Awards

BAFTA 1998 – Audiorom – Shift Control

Milia d’Or 1999 – Audiorom – Shift Control

Knowledge Magazine Awards 2005/06 – London Elektricity (Best Live Act)

Membership of professional bodies

BAFTA

PRS

Teaching and research

Teaching

Music Production

Electronic & Urban music composition and production

Music Business

Level

Undergraduate

External responsibilities

Subjects for media interviews

Urban and Electronic dance music

Spatialised and Multi Channel Audio and Music

Independent Music Business

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External examining

Past

MA Audio Production -University of Westminster

BA Music Production - University of Central Lancaster

BA Electronic Music and DJ Practice - University of Central Lancaster

Present

DBS Music Provision - University of St Mark and St John