New Partnership Supports UoN Music Students
We’re great lovers of music at Amplitude. Many of us are musicians too, so we know how tough it can be to get started. Real-world experience is invaluable for university music students, which is why we’re applauding the University of Northampton’s announcement from last week. They’ve partnered with UK Music, the Music Academy Partnership (MAP), and Kycker to provide recording, production, and distribution support to their Popular Music students.
This partnership means students have access to expert guidance to get their their music careers off to a great start. And it seems to be working. It’s already resulted in some top-quality tracks being produced, all of which can be found on Spotify and iTunes.
Our Managing Director, Jo Burns-Russell, lectures this course at the University of Northampton, giving us another reason to be excited. The University of Northampton has produced some of the region’s top talent, and this partnership paves the way for more.
Check out the full article by clicking here. Take a few minutes out of your day to listen to some music by tomorrow’s rock stars.