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Visualizing Note Values Through Sequencing

Visualizing Note Values through Sequencing Laura A. [email protected] Area Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotationSequencing Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Desktop Computer (WIN PC or MAC)Software Sequencer (ie: DP4 or Cakewake)MIDI sound source (synth keyboard or software instr or soundcard) Duration: 40 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students at this […]

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Visualizing Note Values Through Sequencing

Visualizing Note Values through Sequencing Laura A. [email protected] Area Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsNotationSequencing Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: Desktop Computer (WIN PC or MAC)Software Sequencer (ie: DP4 or Cakewake)MIDI sound source (synth keyboard or software instr or soundcard) Duration: 40 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students at this

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Aleatoric Music Composition

Aleatoric Music Composition Robert [email protected] Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Sequencing Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: MAC G4 Powerbook (or comparable PC)Digital Performer (or any other sequencing program) Duration: 100 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students know how to step enter music on a sequencing program. MENC Standards Addressed: MENC 4: Composing

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I IV V V7 Chord Progression

Russell Wagoner [email protected] Tappan Zee High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Notation Software Instructional Software Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Auralia, Finale, Digital Performer (Band-in-a-Box – optional) Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students will have a basic understanding of primary chords and their inversions and will be able

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Aleatoric Music Composition

Aleatoric Music Composition Robert [email protected] Middle School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Sequencing Level: Middle School Class: General Music Equipment: MAC G4 Powerbook (or comparable PC)Digital Performer (or any other sequencing program) Duration: 100 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students know how to step enter music on a sequencing program. NAfME Standards of 1994 Addressed: NAfME Standards

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I IV V V7 Chord Progression

Russell Wagoner [email protected] Tappan Zee High School TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical Instruments Notation Software Instructional Software Level: High School Class: Music Theory Equipment: Auralia, Finale, Digital Performer (Band-in-a-Box – optional) Duration: 45 Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students will have a basic understanding of primary chords and their inversions and will be able

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The Evening News

The Evening News Patrick A. [email protected] School District TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsSequencingMultimedia/Digital Media Level: High School Class: Music Technology Equipment: Computer lab, headphones, MIDI keyboard, Garageband or a like sequencing program, Quicktime Player, iMovie. Duration: 2 weeks (meeting several times a week) Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have experience with Garageband

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The Evening News

The Evening News Patrick A. [email protected] School District TI:ME Technology Areas Addressed: Electronic Musical InstrumentsSequencingMultimedia/Digital Media Level: High School Class: Music Technology Equipment: Computer lab, headphones, MIDI keyboard, Garageband or a like sequencing program, Quicktime Player, iMovie. Duration: 2 weeks (meeting several times a week) Minutes Prior Knowledge and Skills: Students have experience with Garageband

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