Listen to your favorite song - Length vs Width
Test your ears!
There are four essential elements that we use to control that image:
1. Level (Height)
2. EQ (Height)
3. Panning (Width)
4. Time-Based Effects (Depth)
Test your ears!
Log into Sound Gym and practice the Frequency Recognition
Bruno Mars 24K Magic Production Techniques
Export assignments as MP3
1. Go to Share
2. Select Export song to disk
3 Name file, select desktop and MP3
4. Click on Export
5. MP3 file will appear on desktop
In Google How do I ?
Access the Music Technology Google Drive
1. Log in Google.com
2. Click on Grid in upper right hand corner
3. Click on Drive icon
4. Click Shared with me.
5. Select your Music Tech Period
Access Google Drive on my device
1. Go your device's app store
2. Download Google Drive App
3. Log into App.
4. Access your Music Tech Period.
ALL your files can be accessed on your device
Export movie as MP4
1. Go to file
2. Click Movie
3. Click Export Audio to Movie
In Garageband how do I?
All completed assignments must be uploaded into the Google Drive.
You will receive a "0" for assignments not uploaded into the Google Drive.
A mixing engineer (or simply mix engineer) is a person responsible for combining ("mixing") the different sonic elements of a piece of recorded music (vocals, instruments, effects etc.) into a final version of a song (also known as "final mix" or "mixdown").
Music Technology II is an advanced level class.
You will be required to work independently and have time management skills with each project.
Topics will include but not limited to:
Garageband/Logic Review, Audio Engineering Basics, Composition, Podcasting
Film Scoring, Live Performing using Technology: iRig, JamHub,etc
How is Music Technology II different from Music Technology I?
More emphasis on independent work, projects are more in depth, there will be required readings, Youtube summaries and listening assignments.
Need help with the Garageband App?
Listen to each song a couple times and think about the questions below.
What is the difference between the unmixed and mixed songs?
What can you hear clearly?
What can you hear in the front?
What can you hear in the back?