2nd Nine Weeks Music Technology October 17, 2016 - December 21st 2016

Vocabulary:

DAW, tracks, input, output, digital signal processing, reverb, chorus, flange, EQ, tempo, transport bar, insert, effects send, stereo, mono, file formats, signal to noise ration, pitch shifting, plugins, parametric eq, delay, mastering, filters, non-destructive editing, latency, buffer, compressor, recorded audio, imported audio, audio trck, edit/mix window, browse window, mute, solo, region, phaser, fade/crossfade

Objectives: Students will understand...

The Digital Audio Workstation

Looping audio technology

Mixing Consoles - channel strips - tempo - tracks

Recording audio

Mixing Audio

Effects processing - reverb-EQ-chorus-flange-gain

Exporting audio

File formats

Essential Question: What are the applications of a  DAW(Digital Audio Workstation)?

Task/Product

Create/edit/produce original composition using speech/music/and sound. Create Audio book with sound design. Mix and master blues song with vocals. 

Procedure - Agenda:

Log in to Computer

Call up current software in discussion

Continue current project or task

New instruction/concept

Exercise/explore new concept using appropriate software

Learning Goal: Students will understand and use a Digital Audio Workstation to create, edit, process and  arrange audio tracks to create original compositions and mix popular music recordings.