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- July 22, 2016 at 2:13 pm #518859
My school is starting broadcast journalism and my principal has assigned me the task of developing an Engineering Sound Prodiuction curriculum (his title) to work alongside the broadcast group. His vision is that the broadcast group will make daily newscasts and iteresting things for other segments of the school. (e.g. Sporting events) I believe I will be training students how to create and sync music to video. I am sure that this has been done repeatedly by others so I won’t need to reinvent the wheel. I also hope to get ideas about equipment needed and other things to pursue (besides scoring) in a semester/year. I am very comfortable with Sonar by Cakewalk and Sibelius. I have a strong affinity for technology. Feel free to guide me to your websites and/or other resources to get this going. I have been given plan time this year to get it all set up and running for next year.July 23, 2016 at 6:22 pm #518890pwargoParticipant
I teach a music production class at Western HS in Anaheim, CA. Visits our web page at whsmusictech.weebly.com. Generally speaking syncing music to video is easy and would likely not take up much time or be very relevant vz. your video class. You need to stick to music making, etc., in my opinion. In my class, I assume that the students are independent musicians when they walk in but know nothing about what they need to be able to do to be successful. This would include songwriting, production, recording, music videos, advertisement, copyright, etc.July 25, 2016 at 10:42 pm #518960
Very impressive! I’m glad I have a year to work.November 16, 2016 at 12:34 pm #526070
Paul, (or anyone else for that matter)
Could you send me (or a link to) your course syllabus, scope and sequence or something similar so that I can start to build my own class. Also if possible, hardware and software needs. Those things weren’t obvious from the website.
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