On the lead up to the music tech exams we will be running revision sessions to help students with their AS music technology exam revision preparations
During the days leading up the the music tech exams we will be running some revision sessions to help students with their A2 music technology exam preparations. Below is a list of topics that we will be covering each day. Follow the attached feed for the full days plan.
The compressor is one of the most important tools in a studio engineer’s tool kit. Virtually every modern recording makes use of a compressor in some way. Compression is the reduction of the dynamic range. The dynamic range is the signal level difference between the loudest and quietest point of a signal.
When approaching EQ in this manner it’s important to keep the following 3 tips at hand. These are common sense no nonsense approaches to EQ that all professional mixing engineers use in their decision-making process. Using a subtractive …
The A2 Coursework is made up of three tasks and a logbook. Each task is worth 40 marks there are no marks for the logbook. Coursework must be completed in controlled conditions as specified by Edexcel.
Edexcel AS Music Technology Coursework 2016 – 17 we will be creating a range of resources to help with all aspects of the A Level course
How much should an A Level Music Tech Student Practice each week?
Here’s the thing! Most A Level Music Tech Student’s don’t practice. Their production activities outside of the classroom are non-existent.
Why is this? The most common excuses we found and how to resolve them.
Excuse 1: I don’t have the software needed to produce music
Solution 1: Practice using a demo or cut down piece of software – Garage band, Ableton live, Cubasis etc.
Below are all the grade boundaries for the A Level GCE Music technology course for 2015-16. This should help you make some big decisions about what you need to do to improve your grades in the A2 year, this could …
EDEXCEL GCE MUSIC TECHNOLOGY UNIT 2 LISTENING AND ANALYSING 6MT02 Recommended listening for Special Focus styles June 2017 Examination The following list gives the names of some artists whose work exemplifies the Special Focus for 2017. Extracts for Section A, Listening, …
Rock ‘n’ Roll Stylistic Finger Prints: Instrumentation includes – male vocals, backing vocals, electric guitars, double bass, drums, piano, harmonica, saxophone and other brass Fast Tempo – 140bpm or faster Energetic delivery of vocals (screaming and shouting) Often based on …