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A number of different means/modes of learning are below. Choose as many as you’d like to occupy your time in class today. Please stay focused on one of these tasks below. When you finish one, move to another that interests you.

DO NOT PLAY GAMES ON YOUR PHONES OR COMPUTERS. Please. AND. Thank you.
Ms. Gondek may be working with you as well during this time.
As a reminder, on Thursday this week we will travel to the Culinary Arts program in the Career and Tech building to make pizzas.

Write me a note and send it to me using typatone: like the one I wrote to you below.

 

Read:

What You Need to Know About the Future of Electronic Music, According to the New York Times https://thump.vice.com/en_us/article/kb5xjw/future-of-electronic-music-essay-new-york-times

Jeff Mills Predicts the Future of Electronic Music: http://www.technostation.tv/jeff-mills-predicts-future-electronic-music/

Watch:
Theremin:
DJing:

 

Build: Little Bits Synth Kit

 

TED Talks:

 

Follow TEd Ed lesson on graphs (which we will use in this class at some point):

 

Pick a Podcast:

 

Open Audacity and follow the tutorials via the link below (Audacity is on their machines):

 

Just 4 Fun:

Every Noise at Once – Genre Map of Music – discover specific styles of music that you might like.  Ever wondered about the difference between skate punk and power-pop punk?

Gnoosic – Enter three of your favorite bands and get suggestions.

TuneFind – Find music from TV and Movies

Music Suggestions Ninja – Type in a band name or musical artist to see related music and generate a YouTube playlist of related songs. No sign-in or registration required!

Take a spin around the site we’ll be using for electronic music: