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Institute for music and media (IMM)

The Institute of Music and Media (english) offers an unparalleled environment to combine artistic, scientific, and technical interests on a high level. Its diverse range of studies allows students to follow their unique professional development.

Degree programs
Music and Media, Bachelor of Music (B. Mus.)

This course of studies combines a wide range of subject matter and makes it possible to artistically and scientifically investigate, challenge and reinvent media perspectives as well as make these accessible.

Audio and Video, Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.)

The Audio and Video program is designed for students who are interested in a degree program combining technology and engineering with artistic studies but do not want to commit to a specific career path.

Klang und Realität, Master of Music (M.Mus.)

Following the principle of the unity of research and teaching, the Klang und Realität master’s degree program combines aesthetic, technical and theoretical approaches.

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Projects
pâro – Studie 3

The feeling that no matter what you do is always somehow wrong—as if there’s some obvious way forward that everybody else can see but you
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Algorithmische Literatur – 11:11 Minuten über Algolit

In June of 2018 IMM student Tim Abramczik visited the Algolit collective in Brussels. The result was a feature 11:11 minutes in length about this working group. 
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Maurice Duruflé - Messe Cum Jubilo

In February 2017 the students Lukas Hierl and Daniel Przemus recorded the girls choir of the Essen Cathedral under the direction of Prof. Raimund Wippermann. 
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#instantfiltercoffee

In his #instantfiltercoffee live performance, Joseph Baader records and loops the noises of preparing instant coffee. A snapshot of the finished cup of coffee is posted directly on Instagram.
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Transformation in Sync

The installation Transformation in Sync by Vincent Stange involves the connection and separateness of rooms. The auditory and visual levels are important in this installation. 
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Relativity

In the VR production Relativity by Leon Eckard the public can hear hip-hop beats against shifting polyrhythms. This also shifts the sense of the downbeat as well as the type of meter. 
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Rebecca Himmerich in drei Minuten

The self-portrait of Rebecca Himmerich contains a series of scenes which do not follow a plot actions in sequence, No story is told.
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Fries Nuss Quartet – Tracy

Within the framework of the project module in the Music Productionmajor concentration, Music and Media bachelor student Simon Busch realized recordings with the Fries Nuss…
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Yabanci

Yabanci [Stranger] by Simeon Herrmann and Michael Colella is a film about the fear of strangers that was awarded the Catholic Youth Media Award 2014.
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