DRUM: TEACHING HOW TO MAKE MUSIC ON COMPUTERS
Governments' National Curriculum in Action states that ICT:
helps pupils learn in music by supporting the development of musical skills, knowledge
- acts as a tool and a distinctive medium of musical expression...
for recording or listening to music and for creating electronic sounds.
ICT strongly influences the creative process and enables pupils to compose in
a variety of different ways.
state-of-the-art technology and software these courses introduce students to digital
sampling and recording and give them the opportunity to create their own original
piece of music in any style - from drum 'n bass to hip hop, indie pop to techno,
rock to folk. We have a huge range of pre-recorded loops and samples but also
encourage participants to make their own - either by recording live instruments
and vocals or by playing with our bank of sounds. It's surprisingly simple and
quick to create a whole piece of music or a backing track to play behind a live
have also worked for the past three years with inmates at the Young Offender Institution,
Portland Dorset and produced two albums of their music.
hear a track click here
from people on previous courses:
found it really interesting...amazing how you can change the music so much and
make it a totally different tune."
best thing about the workshop was that I could work with fun people. I really
enjoyed learning how to use the software"
good programme for Key Stage 2"
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