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1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk-FULL LESSON
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1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk-FULL LESSON

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1970s Music: Soul, Disco and Funk This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part seven in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of Soul, Funk and Disco music and its important artists. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with teacher Answer sheet) HOMEWORK task – written worksheet on Soul Music REVISION- written task on Stax and Motown Records POSTER- A3 poster on Soul music artists and Stax and Motown Records AUDIO – Example of the Leslie Speaker used in lots of Funk/Soul music Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) **Covered in 1970s Music-Soul, Disco and Funk ** Lesson Recap (Part six - Reggae) Outline and important elements of Soul Music Stax and Atlantic Records Motown Records Typical “Stax Sound” – Sam and Dave ‘Soul Man’ Listening Skills Outline of Funk Music The Leslie Speaker Audio example of Leslie Speaker Outline of Disco Music and important Artists Use of Wall of Sound Technique in recordings from this time
How Sound is Used in Films - FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning
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This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of how modern films used and employ many different sound and music effects throughout films. The lesson presentation covers these key areas in detail; Importance of Sound and music in Film Diegetic and Non-Diegetic Sound Film Dialogue Voice Overs Film Score and Musical Soundtracks The significance of film music Sound Effects in films Foley and Sound Design Ambient Sounds in Films Getting Creative with Sound – Sound Bridges J and L Cuts in Films Parallel and Contrapuntal Sounds The presentation comes with convenient embedded YouTube video examples, this aiding learning and ensuring a very interactive lesson that engages with learners throughout. This resource also comes with 3 separate worksheet tasks that can be completed as homework or in class projects. One of these is directly linked to the lesson presentation, this allowing learners to follow along during the lesson, but also providing greater engagement. This classroom task comes in a “No Style”, black and white print out or a attractive, “Styled” version. In this package: PRESENTATION – How Sound is Used in Films (.pdf High quality) VIDEO – Revision video of presentation to aid learning (.mp4 file) WORKSHEET – Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) WORKSHEET – Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - STYLED) HOMEWORK – Class Task- Important Words to Remember (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) ANSWERS – Homework- Important Words to Remember (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) WORKSHEET – Class Task- Diegetic and Non-diegetic (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) ANSWERS – Diegetic and Non-diegetic (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) You may also be interested in some of our other learning resources. History of Sound in Film-FULL LIBRARY (A great Bundle of resources and huge presentation that covers the full history of Sound and its development within movies and the film industry). History of Video Game and Music-5 FULL LESSONS (The full history and development of music and sound within video games). History of Popular Music Styles – FULL LIBRARY (a MASSIVE! Bundle that covers the history of popular music from pre-1950s to modern day). Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology (Full time of Music and Technology Infographic and eBook). =================================== Product License: Unlimited copies for you. However, you may not distribute additional copies to friends, fellow teachers or students. Freebies and Discounts: Follow me on TES to stay updated with discounts and freebies. There are also lots of Free resources offered on my store! Comments…We Love 'Em! Your feedback brightens our day and helps us continually improve our products. If you download this, we’d appreciate it if you’d leave a comment. Thanks!
1970s Music: Punk Rock - FULL LESSON
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1970s Music: Punk Rock - FULL LESSON

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** 1970s Music: Punk Rock ** This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part eight in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of Punk Rock and its later developments into genres like New-Wave, Indie and Alternative Rock. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheet (with teacher Answer sheet) HOMEWORK task – written worksheet on Punk Music Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) **Covered in 1970s Music: Punk Rock ** Lesson Recap (Part seven – Soul, Funk and Disco) Outline of 1970’s Britain and the birth of the Punk movement The part of the guitar in Punk music Punk Artists and Stylistic aspects of the music Punk’s later developments and Sub-gerens
Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody - LISTENING SKILLS-with Distance Learning
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Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody - LISTENING SKILLS-with Distance Learning

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Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody-FULL LESSON The Music Espionage - The aim of this resource is to enable learners to develop their listening skills, with a focus on sonic and musical components. It is part of a bundle of resources that allows learners to break-down and understand some of the most popular and iconic songs in Pop/Rock. Moreover, these listening skills lessons would work excellently alongside the “History of Modern Music” resource, this detailing the history of modern music. Listening Skills - Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit Listening Skills - The Beatles - Hey Jude Listening Skills - Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode Listening Skills - Oasis - Don’t Look Back in Anger All material, presentations and worksheets within this resource have been recently updated and now includes links to online ‘Distance Learning’ versions through Google Slides™. This allowing extra flexibility and continued support if students are learning and engaging from outside the classroom at home. This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of the song “Bohemian Rhapsody” by the band Queen, with a full song break down and analysis. This covers some of the background and history of the band/artist along with a detailed breakdown of all musical elements from this track. Musical Elements covering: Tonality Tempo Meter/Time Signature Instrumentation Structure Dynamics/Texture Rhythmic Elements Song Theme Genre/Style The material in these resources would easily cover 1 to 2 lessons. The presentation covers the major musical elements from the song, and can be used after students have completed the Listening Skill worksheet or at the same time, working through section by section. The presentation also comes with embedded YouTube musical examples to support and engage learning and even references to other artists that are similar in style, or rhythm or tempo. This proving the learner with a wider range of listening and musical tastes. Moreover, the resource comes with a Listening Skills worksheet for learners to listen to the song and work through, and answer worksheet for teacher reference and also a Help and Guidance sheet. In this package: PRESENTATION – Listening Skills-Queen-Bohemian Rhapsody (.pdf High quality) WORKSHEET – Class Task – Listening Skills Questions(.pdf) ANSWERS – Class Task – Listening Skills Answers (.pdf) GUIDANCE - Class Task-Help and Guidance listening Skills (.pdf) INFOGRAPHIC– Bohemian Rhapsody – Song Structure (.png) INFOGRAPHIC– Bohemian Rhapsody – Song Dynamics (.png) INFOGRAPHIC– Bohemian Rhapsody – Song Structure with Dynamics (.png)
Video Game Genres and their Music-FULL LESSON- with Distance Learning
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Video Game Genres and their Music-FULL LESSON- with Distance Learning

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This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of popular genres of video games and some of the music and sound design techniques most common to these styles. The lesson covers a brief history of video games genres/styles and how these developed throughout the early generations of gaming. Moreover, how music and sound has been an exceptionally important aspect of video game design and development and now seen as significant as good graphic and game-play. This lesson links very closely to ‘History of Video Game and Music’ and ‘Sound Design in Video Games’. The presentation is more than50 slides, each with an eye-catching design for better student engagement and also linked to classroom tasks that feed in and work along with the presentation. Moreover, throughout the presentation, there are really useful embedded YouTube examples, with links to the videos to support and aid learning. The presentation come in both .pdf and PowerPoint version, along with a video version that can be used for revision and student home study. Moreover, all elements of the resources have been developed in Google Slide version, that can be used for remote learning and easily allow for remote and digital submission of the learning tasks included. The resource also comes with 3 classroom tasks/worksheets with extremely useful listening exercises that link with the presentation/lecture itself and also a Practical Project where students are asked to create their own ‘Looped Game Music Theme’ (music and sequencing software is required for this class project – but any software can be used). In this package: PRESENTATION – Video Game Genres and their Music (.pdf High quality) PRESENTATION – Video Game Genres and their Music (.pdf compressed quality) PRESENTATION – Video Game Genres and their Music (.pptx PowerPoint - read-only) VIDEO – Revision video of the presentation to aid learning and help with student learning. GOOGLE SLIDES™ - Resource sheet with links to Digital Learning version of material (.pdf) ========================================== WORKSHEET – CLASS TASK 1-Sounds Within Old & New Shooters-Styled linked with Presentation-STYLED (.pdf) WORKSHEET – CLASS TASK 1-Sounds Within Old & New Shooters-NOT STYLE (.pdf) ANSWERS – CLASS TASK 1-Sounds Within Old & New Shooters (.pdf) ========================================== WORKSHEET – CLASS TASK 2-Sounds Within Old & New Platformers-Styled (.pdf) WORKSHEET – CLASS TASK 2-Sounds Within Old & New Platformers-Not Styled (.pdf) ANSWERS – CLASS TASK 2-Sounds Within Old & New Platformers-Not Styled (.pdf) ========================================== WORKSHEET – CLASS TASK 3-Practical Project-Creating Loop Game Music-Styled (.pdf) WORKSHEET – CLASS TASK 3-Practical Project-Creating Loop Game Music-Not Styled (.pdf)
World Music Map - INFOGRAPHIC + MUSIC EXAMPLES
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World Music Map - INFOGRAPHIC + MUSIC EXAMPLES

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World Music Map - INFOGRAPHIC + MUSIC EXAMPLES This really useful infographic, covers a wide range of traditional and indigenous music from around the globe. All music genres listed come with musical examples to support the resource and aid in learning. It would provide an excellent addition to any lesson on World Music styles, for example the BTEC Level 3 “Unit 36 Studying Music from Around the World”. The resource comes as HD picture, ready for printing, a HD eBook and a compressed, small file eBook, great for saving to mobile devices for revision and study. In this package: INFOGRAPHIC – World Music Map (.pdf High quality) BOOKLET – World Music Map- MUSIC EXAMPLES (.pdf High quality) BOOKLET – World Music Map- MUSIC EXAMPLES (.pdf compressed quality) GOOGLE SLIDES™ - Resource sheet with links to Digital Learning version of material (.pdf) ========================= PRESENTATION – World Music Map- MUSIC EXAMPLES (.pptx PowerPoint) PRESENTATION – World Music Map (.pptx PowerPoint)
Foley & Sound Effects In Films-FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning
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Foley & Sound Effects In Films-FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning

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This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of how modern films make use of Foley sound Design and Sound FXs. The lesson presentation covers these key areas in detail; On location sound recording in film production Recording dialogue when on location What is ADR in films (with class task/exercise) Why use ARD in film production Post-production sound FXs (Ambience, Library Sounds and Foley) Film Ambience Film Library Sounds Film Foley Sound FXs 3 Types of Foley Sounds Brief History of Foley in films Jack Foley – Sound Designer Back of the Mike Documentary (with class task/exercise) Direct to Picture Sound Sound Mixers/Editors Sound Spotting Session Modern Foley and Sound FXs All material, presentations and worksheets, within this resource has been recently updated and now includes links to online ‘Distance Learning’ versions through Google Slides™. This allowing extra flexibility and continued support if students are learning and engaging from outside the classroom at home. The presentation comes with convenient embedded YouTube video examples, this aiding learning and ensuring a very interactive lesson that engages with learners throughout. This resource also comes with 2 separate worksheet tasks that can be completed as homework or in-class projects. One of these is directly linked to the lesson presentation, thus allowing learners to follow along during the lesson, but also providing greater engagement. This classroom task comes in a “No Style”, black and white print out or an attractive, “Styled” version. In this package: PRESENTATION – Foley and Sound FXs in Films (.pdf High quality) PRESENTATION – Foley and Sound FXs in Films (.pdf Compressed) PRESENTATION – Foley and Sound FXs in Films (.pptx PowerPoint) VIDEO – Revision video of presentation to aid learning (.mp4 file) GOOGLE SLIDES™ - Resource sheet with links to Digital Learning version of material (.pdf) WORKSHEET – Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) WORKSHEET – Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - STYLED) HOMEWORK – Class Task- Important Works to Remember (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) ANSWERS – Homework- Important Works to Remember (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) **WARNING – Before you buy this resource PLEASE READ! ** Some of the music and video game examples and embedded YouTube videos may not be suitable for learners of all ages. It is the teacher/lecturer’s responsibility to monitor and check before engaging with learners. We have tried to ensure that music examples are suitable for all classrooms, but this really depends on the learning environment and age range of your learners. Thank you for understanding!
Music Recording and Production-BUNDLE
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Music Recording and Production-BUNDLE

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OUTLINE-Music Recording and Production This fantastic bundle is a great guide to teaching and learning Music studio recording and production. Items Included: 5 Step Guide to Basic Mixing Common Recording Techniques Step by Step Guide to Mixing a Pop Track Understanding Reverb What is covered?.. Step by Step Guide to Mixing a Pop Track: Preparing the Mix. Before starting any mix it’s important to consider…. Referencing Monitoring Speakers (Placement and anomalies) Starting points for your mix Mixing Techniques Aux Sends and Returns Spatial FX Dynamics The Frequency Range Common Recording Techniques: Audio chain, following the patch of the sound Dynamic microphones Condenser microphones How to record drums Recording Bass and Electric guitars Getting a better sound for acoustic guitars How to mic a piano Recording vocals Important words to remember when recording 5 Step Guide to Basic Mixing: Dynamic Balance Use of Compression and Gates How to reduce background noise Creative use of the Stereo-field through basic panning techniques Tonal balance and EQ Creating depth within your mix Using Reverb The finished product Understanding Reverb: What is Reverberation Reverb and Delay Direct, Early Reflections and Decay – Parts of Reverb Reverb Control Parameters Reverb types – Chamber, Plate, Spring, Gated Reverse Reverb Using Reverb Covered in Common Instrument EQ Guide: EQ Guide – Full – pdf-A4 Kick-Drum-EQ Snare-EQ Bass-Guitar Electric-Guitar Acoustic-Guitar Vocal Vocal-Intelligibility
1980s Music: Electro & Synth Pop
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** 1980s Music- Electro & Synth Pop** This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part TEN in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the key aspects and influences of 1980’s Electro and Synth Pop. In this package: Lecture RESOURCE-Recommended - Listening-1980s Music- Electro & Synth Pop Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) 1980s Music- Electro & Synth Pop Recapping Indie and New Waves Genres (Part Nine) Leon Theremin and early Electronic Instruments Robert Moog and early Synthesizes Wendy Carlos and using Electronic Instruments Outline and development of Synth Pop The Roland TR-77 and how it was used in this music Outline and Development of New Romanticism music Quick outline to writing a Synth Pop song.
History of Audio Technology - FULL LESSON
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History of Audio Technology - FULL LESSON

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History of Audio Technology This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part of the “History of Popular Music” package, but can also be used as a stand-alone lesson if needed. It covers the key aspects and development in music technology and music devices from 1900 to modern day, along with a very interactive classroom worksheet and research/homework task. In this package: Lecture WORKSHEET – Audio equipment timeline, an interactive classroom task. RESEARCH/HOMEWORK – a research task to investigate audio equipment REVISION – Music Technology timeline revision sheet Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision)
1950's Music: Rock'n'Roll & Rockabilly-FULL LESSON
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1950's Music: Rock'n'Roll & Rockabilly-FULL LESSON

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1950’s Music: Rock’n’Roll-&-Rockabilly This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part three in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the rise of teen culture in 1950s America and the Baby Boomer Generation, the development of the electric guitar in pop music and how Rock ‘n’ Roll became the main style of popular music at that time. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheets (two homework/research tasks) Listening Exercise worksheet with Teacher ANSWER sheet REVISION- Rock n Roll: Terminology & Vocabulary REVISION- Recommended Listening - Artists and Songs Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in 1950’s Music: Rock’n’Roll-&-Rockabilly Lesson Recap (Part one/two) The Baby Boomer Generation and rise of Teen/Youth culture The development of Rhythm and Blue with Blues Music How the Electric Guitar became the main instrument of the music Rockabilly music genre The Bo Diddley Beat and this rhythm is still used today The birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll music, and the genres that influenced it (Rhythm & Blues, Rockabilly, Blues, Gospel and Country) First Rock song – Rock Around the Clock Rock ‘n’ Roll recording techniques Slap-Back Echo in Rock Music
1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle-FULL LESSON
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1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle-FULL LESSON

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1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle This lecture and supporting classroom resources is part four in the “History of Popular Music” package. It covers the rise of American pop music becoming more and more popular with British bands/artists and how they developed this into something new and formed their own music. Soon British artists became so popular they “Invaded” the America charts. In this package: Lecture Classroom Worksheets (with full ANSWER SHEET for teachers) VIDEO - Skiffle music example (720p) HOMEWORK task – written worksheet (with full ANSWER SHEET for teachers) REVISION- Recommended Listening - Artists and Songs CATCH-UP LESSON – Free lesson recapping and covering new topics in this genre Video (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Covered in 1950/60s Music: British Invasion & Skiffle Lesson Recap (Part three) The Baby Boomer Generation and rise of Teen/Youth culture How American Rock ‘n’ Roll became popular with British artists Skiffle Video example Liverpool’s development of modern pop music at the time “Telstar” first British number 1 in America The rise of Beatlemania How The Beatles took over the world Equipment used in the studio The impact of the British Invasion Mods – new music style to develop
Microphone Basics-FULL LESSON
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Microphone Basics-FULL LESSON

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This lecture and supporting resources covers all the major elements for common studio microphones. The lesson is provided with detailed explanations and methods for how to record and produce using a range of microphones as well as coming with a range of class tasks to support and test understanding. This would be a great lecture to work through for any practical, recording lesson and closely ties in with Bundle “How to Record…Everything!”, this bundle covering production of Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals, as well as recording Drums, and Stereo recording techniques. The Lecture/Presentation cover all the basic elements of microphone basics; everything from Dynamic, Condenser and Ribbon microphones, detailed diagrams of how there work, along with the advantages and disadvantages. The lesson also covers, microphone Frequency Response, Sensitivity, Impedance and Polar Patterns. All these with examples and references back to common everyday microphone found and used in professional recording studios. Along with the lecture/presentation there are 3 classroom worksheets, that could also be used for Homework and/or further research and understanding. These worksheets, also come with Answer Sheets for teachers. The tasks range from, “missing words”, Dynamic/Condenser microphone Advantages and Disadvantages and Understanding Polar Patterns. There all support and aid learning for Microphone basics. Finally, there is a Revision .pdf file, covering the most common types of microphones used, these being Dynamic, Condenser and Ribbon, this taken from the presentation and would act as a great student reference for further studies and revision. In this package: LECTURE – How to Record…Microphone Basics-High Quality Presentation (.pdf) VIDEO – How to Record… Microphone Basics (lecture/presentation in video format, great for student revision, .mp4 file) -CLASS TASK 1 - WORKSHEET-Microphone Basics-Missing Words (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 1 - ANSWERS-Microphone Basics-Missing Words (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 2 - WORKSHEET-Microphone Basics-Advantages & Disadvantages (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 2 - ANSWERS-Microphone Basics-Advantages & Disadvantages (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 3 - WORKSHEET-Microphone Polar Patterns (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 3 – ANSWERS-Microphone Polar Patterns (.pdf)
Creating Music for Film-FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning
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Creating Music for Film-FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning

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This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of how modern films use both Music and Sound, but also the people that make it. This lesson is closely linked with others in this series, “Music and Sound Design in Films”. The lesson presentation covers these key areas in detail; Has Music always been in Films? Non-Diegetic Sound in movies Why have Music in films? The two types of musical elements in films How Film scores play with our Brains Who creates the music for Films? The people that work on film music and production Spotting Session Composing and Writing Practical Example Part 1 – Interstellar Film – Hans Zimmer: writing for film Practical Example Part 2 – Interstellar Film – Hans Zimmer: writing for film Music and sounding Syncing Slates Timecode Themes and Musical Motifs Great example of musical Motifs in classic films Character Themes – “Leitmotifs” Practical Example – JAWS Film Practical Example – “Leitmotifs in Star Wars Films” Film Music Conclusion The presentation comes with convenient embedded YouTube video examples, this aiding learning and ensuring a very interactive lesson that engages with learners throughout. This lesson also links very closely to those of: Foley & Sound Effects In Films How Sound is Used in Films History of Sound in Film Sound Design in Star Wars This resource also comes with 3 separate worksheet tasks that can be completed as homework or in-class projects. One of these is directly linked to the lesson presentation, allowing learners to follow along during the lesson, but also providing greater engagement. This classroom task comes in a “No Style”, black and white print out or an attractive, “Styled” version. This also has embedded YouTube videos to aid learning and provided industry examples of score in film making. Moreover, these are also provided with answers to aid learning and save teaches time with marking student’s work. In this package: PRESENTATION – Creating Music for Films (.pdf High quality) VIDEO – Revision video of presentation to aid learning (.mp4 file) WORKSHEET 1 – Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) WORKSHEET 1– Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - STYLED) ANSWERS 1– Class Task (Linked with Presentation) (.pdf Plain - STYLED) WORKSHEET 2 – Important Works to Remember (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) ANSWERS – Homework- Important Works to Remember (.pdf Plain - Not Styled) WORKSHEET 3 – RESEARCH; Homework – Music Features in Films (.pdf Plain - Not Styled)
Rock and Roll - Quick Outline
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Rock and Roll - Quick Outline

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Rock n Roll - Quick Outline, is one of many infographics that outline the main features and elements of popular music styles and genres. These quick summaries would act as a great study guide to give a concise and detailed look at different Pop music key characteristics and qualities. Each poster comes with embedded YouTube links to musical examples and breaks the style into these key areas: · Instrumentation · Performance & Arrangement · Technology & Production · Main Artists/Bands · Influences · Key Facts & Terminology Posters and displays are an extremely useful tool to aid learning and can motivate students to learn a specific topic. They can help learners to focus on a certain idea, fact, event, or process. They are convenient both for pupils and teachers as they help students to absorb the material faster and but used again and again for a range of materials. In this package: OUTLINE-POSTER – (.png HD quality image file) OUTLINE-POSTER – (.pdf with embedded links) POWERPOINT Version POSTER - (.pptx - read-only) GOOGLE SLIDES™ - Resource sheet with links to Digital Learning version of material (.pdf) =================================== Product License: Unlimited copies for you. However, you may not distribute additional copies to friends, fellow teachers, or students. Freebies and Discounts: Follow me on TeachersPayTeachers.com to stay updated with discounts and freebies. There are also lots of Free resources offered in my store! Comments…We Love 'Em! Your feedback brightens our day and helps us continually improve our products. If you download this, we’d appreciate it if you’d leave a comment. Thanks! Get Social with The Music Espionage: If you would like to see more of our lessons, infographics, and teaching resources please like and follow on social media platforms and the store. Why not even become a Fan on Patreon, and get early access to material, free video lesson content, and lots, lots more.
History of Rock Music - FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning
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History of Rock Music - FULL LESSON-with Distance Learning

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History of Rock Music This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of the development and progression of Rock music through the ages, with a brief outline of each major style/genres all the way from Rock’s Blues roots, to Rock ‘n’ Roll in the 1950s, to Glam Rock of the 1970s, and all the way to modern styles. All material, presentations and worksheets, within this resource has been recently updated and now includes links to online ‘Distance Learning’ versions through Google Slides™. This allowing extra flexibility and continued support if students are learning and engaging from outside the classroom at home. In this package: Lecture HOMEWORK – Question sheet linked with presentation ANSWERS/HOMEWORK – Full answers for marking of Worksheet. Video .MOV file (presentation in video form, used for student revision) Video .mp4 file (presentation in video form, used for student revision) **Covered in the lesson “History of Rock Music ** Origins of Rock ‘n’ RolL Music Robert Johnson and early Blues Big Bill “Broonzy” – early Blues Racism and Music 1930/40/50 Early crossover music – Rockabilly New Technology and the Electric Guitar – 1930/40 Rock ‘n’ Roll British Invasion Surf Rock Folk Rock Blue Rock Psychedelic Rock Glam Rock Punk Rock Indie Rock and New Wave Heavy Metal 1970/80 Heavy Metal 1980/90 Grunge Alternative Rock Post-Hardcore and Emo Digital Rock Rock Music’s Cultural Impact In this package: PRESENTATION – History of Rock Music (.pdf High quality) PRESENTATION – History of Rock Music-COMPRESSED (.pdf compressed quality) PRESENTATION – History of Rock Music (.pptx PowerPoint - read-only) VIDEO – Revision video of the presentation to aid learning and help with student learning. GOOGLE SLIDES™ - Resource sheet with links to Digital Learning version of material (.pdf) HOMEWORK – CLASS TASK 1-History of Rock- not Styled ANSWER SHEETS (for homework task above) – CLASS TASK 1-History of Rock- not Styled WARNING – Before you buy this resource PLEASE READ! The embedded links to YouTube within this resource/presentation may not be suitable for all learner ages. It is the teacher/lecturer’s responsibility to monitor and check before engaging with learners. We have tried to ensure that video/music examples are suitable for all classrooms, but this really depends on the learning environment and age range of your learners. Thank you for understanding!
Understanding Reverb
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Understanding Reverb

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Understanding Reverb Reverberation, or reverb refers to the way sound waves reflect off various surfaces and the very slight delay before reaching the listener’s ear. Being able to comprehend how Reverb works and when best to use it within any mix will leave you at a massive advantage. Lets be honest, in the music industry we all need as much help as we can get! Understanding Reverb is a tutorial, reference material written and created by The Music Espionage and has everything you need to know to get you head around everything Reverb! Understanding Reverb was created for both students and lecturers in mind and covers all the basic elements of Reverb and can be applied to any musical software you might be using. Covered in ‘Understanding Reverb’: What is Reverberation Reverb and Delay Direct, Early Reflections and Decay – Parts of Reverb Reverb Control Parameters Reverb types – Chamber, Plate, Spring, Gated Reverse Reverb Using Reverb
UAL-Level 3-Unit 13-Extended Project in Music Performance and Production-FULL UNIT
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UAL-Level 3-Unit 13-Extended Project in Music Performance and Production-FULL UNIT

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UAL-Level 3-Unit 13-Extended Project in Music Performance and Production-FULL UNIT This assignment brief and supporting classroom resources are aimed especially for the UAL – Level 3 Second year “Extended Diploma in Music Performance & Production”, Final Project Unit 13. They provide an excellent guide to structuring and student evidence for this unit and the other final unit for the extended diploma, Unit 12. This Resource is to be used along with additional evidence a centre would like to collect from the student. It is the Centre’s responsibility to ensure it covers and meets their requirements and standards. In this package: ASSIGNMNET – Unit 13 – Full brief covering all criteria and learning aims (.pdf) ASSIGNMNET – Unit 13 – Full brief covering all criteria and learning aims (.pdf compressed for smaller storage) INFOGRAPHIC - Outline of Unit 13 - UAL WORKSHEET – TASK 1-Project Context Outline-Template .docx EXAMPLE -TASK 1-Project Context Outline-Technology Student WORKSHEET -TASK 1-SWOT Analysis-Template EXAMPLE-TASK 1-SWOT Analysis INFOGRAPHIC - TASK 1-What is Primary and Secondary Research WORKSHEET - TASK 2-Research Log and Bibliography-Template EXAMPLE-TASK 2-Research Log and Bibliography WORKSHEET - TASK 3+4-Diary-Problem Solving-Template WORKSHEET - TASK 3+4-Risk Assessment-Equipment List-Template WORKSHEET - TASK 3+4-FULL Risk Assessment-Template EXAMPLE-TASK 3+4-FULL Risk Assessment EXAMPLE-TASK 3+4-Equipment Setup Plan TASK 3+4-Financial Records-Template TASK 3+4-Recording+Setup Plan-Template WORKSHEET - TASK 7-Evaluation and Reflection Log-Template WORKSHEET - TASK 7-Evaluation Worksheet-Template **You may also be interested in some of our other learning resources. ** UAL-Level 3-Unit 8 - Collaborative Music Performance Project-FULL UNIT (Assignment Brief, worksheets, homework etc… to cover FULL Unit 8 Level 3) UAL-Level 2-Unit 8-Music Performance and Production Project-FULL UNIT (Assignment Brief, worksheets, homework etc… to cover FULL Unit 8 Level 2) History of Popular Music Styles – 12 Full Lessons (MASSIVE! Bundle that covers the history or popular music from pre-1950s to modern day). Timeline of Popular Music and Music Technology (Full time of Music and Technology Infographic and eBook)
Stereo Recording Techniques-FULL LESSON
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Stereo Recording Techniques-FULL LESSON

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This lecture and supporting resources covers all the major elements for both Mono and Stereo Recording Techniques. The lesson is provided with detailed explanations and methods for how to use and employ stereo methods throughout recordings, but moreover detailed and engaging infographics and lesson resources to aid learning. This would be a great lecture to work through for any practical, recording lesson and closely ties in with Bundle “How to Record…Everything!”, this bundle covering production of Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals, as well as recording Drums, and Microphone Basics. The Lecture/Presentation covers all the basic elements of Stereo and Mono recording, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each technique; everything from Spaced Pair Recording, X-Y microphone setup, Mid-Side Stereo recording technique and Blumlein Stereo. Along with the lecture/presentation there are 2 classroom worksheets, that could also be used for Homework and/or further research and understanding. These worksheets, also come with Answer Sheets for teachers. The tasks range from, “missing words”, and also Stereo/Mono Advantages and Disadvantages. Finally, there is a Revision .pdf file, covering WHY stereo recording can be so useful, and also a INFOGRAPHIC - this covering detail the six main stereo recording techniques used. In this package: LECTURE – How to Record…Stereo Recording Techniques-High Quality Presentation (.pdf) VIDEO – How to Record… Stereo Recording Techniques (lecture/presentation in video format, great for student revision, .mp4 file) ============================= -CLASS TASK 1 - WORKSHEET-Stereo Recording-Missing Words/Research(.pdf) -CLASS TASK 1 - ANSWERS-Stereo Recording-Missing Words/Research (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 2 - WORKSHEET-Stereo Recording-Advantages & Disadvantages (.pdf) -CLASS TASK 2 - ANSWERS-Stereo Recording-Advantages & Disadvantages (.pdf) ============================= INFOGRAPHIC - Stereo Recording Techniques(.pdf) INFOGRAPHIC - Stereo Recording Techniques(.png) -REVISION - Why Use Stereo Recording (.png)
History of Video Game and Music-BUNDLE
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History of Video Game and Music-BUNDLE

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History of Video Game and Music-Massive Interactive Lesson Bundle This lesson and supporting resources provide an extremely detailed account of Video Game history and the development of music for consoles and games. It covers from very early Pre First Generation all the way through to the modern, latest 9th Generation consoles and games released in 2020. The material in these resources would easily cover 4 to 5 lessons over roughly 5 or 6 weeks. This resource would also work very well with the History of Sound in Film-Full Lesson, which details the history of how the sound was introduced and added to films. Moreover, would work really well with “Sound Design in Video Games-FULL LESSON”, a great set of lessons that cover how and why sounds are important to the player’s experiences and what they provide in terms of feedback and game immersion. All material, presentations and worksheets, within this resource has been recently updated and now includes links to online ‘Distance Learning’ versions through Google Slides™. This allowing extra flexibility and continued support if students are learning and engaging from outside the classroom at home. ‘History of Video Game and Music’ presentation covers the development of music written for computer games and how this changed over time with a total of 70 slides. Moreover, there are over 50 embedded videos throughout the lesson linking to YouTube and providing an excellent addition to the resource. This resource also comes with 5 classroom tasks that can be completed alongside the lesson/presentation and integrated videos and will aid learning and revision for learners. Part of this is a very interactive lesson where a student can make their own Video Game Music. No Software or extras needed to complete, just internet access. Each of these Tasks comes in a “Not Styled”, black and white print out or an attractive, “Styled” version to help engage learners. This resource also comes with an infographic resource to aid learning. This covering some interesting facts on gaming. Along with a brief outline of each of the gaming generations covered in the presentation. Great for student revision and could be used as support while the presentation is being made. Finally, there is also a “Classic Chiptune” presentation that highlights and showcases some of the most iconic 8 and 16 Bit Songs from the Chiptune genre. This also comes with examples embedded in the presentation to aid learning and saving time for the teacher.