The Recording Musician is a unit designed to empower the musician in order to generate maximum effectiveness in the recording environment. In this unit you will define and develop a complex set of skills that are essential for today’s recording musician. You will uncover the differences between performance in live and recording environments via contextual research, written reports and practical (musical) exercises.
|Unit name||The Recording Musician|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Creative Arts and Media
Mr Stewart Long
Mr Stewart Long
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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1 x 90 minute lecture weekly
Task 1 (25%) – ‘Practical Tasks for the Recording Musician’ (three performance recordings and 800 word report).
Task 2 (25%) – ‘What is Your Recording Philosophy’ (1500 word essay).
Task 3 (25%) – ‘Planning Your Recording Project’ (1500 word project plan).
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