Using Cubase & Sequel in the Keystage 3 Curriculum
This 1 day course will provide delegates with a range of practical music making activities using Cubase and Sequel that can be included within a Keystage 3 scheme of work. These will focus predominantly upon composing and performing, but will also relate to listening work and notation.
The course will make much reference of the Classroom Resource Pack and will be delivered through a series of 1 hour practical activities which delegates will undertake using a computer workstation.
The course is likely to include the following activities:
- Composing music to picture
- 20th Century composition techniques – minimalism, aleatoric music
- Samba-sequence – creating samba rhythms
- Creating dance music using loops and samples
- Working with words – capturing and editing vocal sounds
- Mixing – balance, blend and stereo placement
- Creating a lead sheet – intro to notation
This course is ideally suited to KS3 music teachers who want to make effective use Cubase and Sequel within their scheme of work.
Places are limited to 8 delegates.
Venues & Dates
10th February 2009
26th February 2009
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