TORRINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 
MUSIC DEPARTMENT

The Pride of Torrington  

Remember!
Week One
Sampling
Apple iPod
Sony Walkman
Metallica vs Napster
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

If you need this website translated 

Class and lab rules
Course Outline
Real World Applications of Music Technology

 

 

 

 


Music Marketing, Marketing Mix the 4p's

 

 

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

 

All completed assignments must be uploaded into the Music Tech Network Folder  
You will receive a "0" for assignments not uploaded 

Music Technology II at Torrington High School 

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:

 Audio Engineering, Music Productio & Music Business/Industry

 

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, tests/quizzes 
Youtube summaries, reading responses, listening assignments and more.  

 

 

The most sampled 20 seconds of drums in music history! 

Sampling is the reuse of a portion or sample of a sound recording in another recording

 

Discussion Questions
What are your thoughts on Peer to Peer file sharing?




 

AirDrop is the best way to transfer files from your iPhone to the computer

 

 

 

 

  1. Choose Go  AirDrop from the menu bar in the Finder. Or select AirDrop in the sidebar of a Finder window.
  2. The AirDrop window shows nearby AirDrop users. Just drag one or more documents, photos, or other files to the recipient shown in the window.
Overview

Metallica, et al. v. Napster, Inc. was a 2000 U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California case that focused on copyright infringement, racketeering, and unlawful use of digital audio interface devices. Metallica vs. Napster, Inc. was the first case that involved an artist suing a peer-to-peer file sharing ("P2P") software company.

Discussion Questions

How are the Song Walkman & Apple iPod the same?

How did they change the music industry? 

What was the target audience for each device's marketing campaign?

Future devices will have.......?
What would you like to see?