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Richard Liggins is a 25 year engineering veteran, and had been lecturing full time at TVU for 10 years until a recent move to the technical management of the London College of music and the Ealing School of Art Design and Media. He is responsible for studio design and technical development of the Schools facilities.
Richard has been involved in Music Technology at LCM since 1994, when he was invited to help formulate studio techniques modules for the embryonic Dip HE course, he taught studio techniques and audio theory as a sessional lecturer till 2000. Appointed to a full time position in 2001, he was made Senior Lecturer in 2002 and was involved in the development of the FdA Music and Multimedia Technology and the MA Audio Technology.
Graduating from De Montfort University (then Leicester Polytechnic) in 1985 with a BA in Performing Arts, he then gained a Master of Music degree in 2002 from the London College of Music.
He is a bass player and holds black belts in Karate and Tomiki Aikido, although he hasn't trained in Karate since the 80's.