The Master of Design Innovation and Technology (MDIT) was established in 2014. Students in this degree can structure their studies on design studios and electives focussed on sound.
Previous MDIT studios appear below. Electives in the course appear here.
Following a research led teaching model sound design studios regularly align to research projects or research interests of staff, guests or postgraduate candidates. Design studios are also taught with other MDIT colleagues in an interdisciplinary design approach that ensures sound and auditory experience remain important.
Each semester, a studio brief is generated drawing on ideas from a range of disciplines, but particularly music composition or practice, sound studies, music technology, acoustics or sound design. Project briefs seek to create experiences, products, environments or events where sound is essential. Studios are taught using the spatial sound system in nspace, the fabrication workshops, site visits and field work.