2nd Nine Weeks Music Technology October 17, 2016 - December 21st 2016
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
Effects processing - reverb-EQ-chorus-flange-gain
Essential Question: What are the applications of a DAW(Digital Audio Workstation)?
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
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.