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Alexandra Richardson / Events / Sat 13 to Sun 14 Jul 2019 (2 days)

Electronic India

Electronic India

Working with two experts, this weekend offers the opportunity to learn about music technology and Indian music through performance and composition.

Age: 11-15 years*
Prior experience: Introductory level
Location: University of Huddersfield
When: 13th and 14th July 2019
10am – 3pm

Indian music vocalist Supriya Nagarajan is joined with electronic music specialist Jess Aslan and Metal producer Mark Mynett to deliver a fusion project on Indian vocal music and performance, computer music and studio based music production. The weekend will use professional facilities as it is hosted at the University of Huddersfield. You will learn music technology fundamentals such as sound recording, production and making your own beats, as well as the structure and use of Indian musical scales, giving you the building blocks to make your own pop music remix. You will then have the opportunity to explore your own sounds in a professional music recording studio, where you will be guided on how to edit and create your own original piece of music within the studio itself!

Learning outcomes

Understand the basics of sound recording
Learn about Indian music scales
Develop critical listening within a group setting
Understand what happens in a recording studio
Direct the production of an original track
Discover sequencing within a music studio
Collaborate and support peers in a music technology environment

Electronic India in the studio is a continuation of a 2018 project curated by Liz Dobson in collaboration with SELFA, Over two weekends Arts Leaders Jess Aslan and Supriya Nagarajan worked with young people delivering workshops involving interactive technology and Indian vocals.

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Event Location

University of Huddersfield

Richard Steinitiz Building Atrium

Telephone: 07563 758 868

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