i got the hang of soundtrap, almost everything i missed out on yesterday thanks to mr. de luc.
Use your Paper Practice Log
Use JamZone and books.
Write notes of topics you want to remember. This video is very intense. There is a lot of music theory in it. Please enjoy and try not to get overwhelmed. much of this will make more sense as you work with these concepts. Think of this as an overview. DELETE ALL OF MR. LE DUC’s INSTRUCTIONS DETAILED ABOVE AFTER COMPLETING THEM
Explore some more songs at https://www.hooktheory.com/theorytab/charts/chart/top
Write what you noticed about some of the songs you explored. What keys were they in? What were their tempos? What about the note or chord structure was interesting? These are just some of the criteria you might want to examine. DELETE ALL OF MR. LE DUC’s INSTRUCTIONS DETAILED ABOVE AFTER COMPLETING THEM
Go for a walk. Think about your life as a narrative for today. A story of today. You as the protagonist. What/who is your nemesis? Are you trying to win/accomplish something? What? Write notes here about what you thought… and experiment with your blog. Maybe change the theme? Have fun! DELETE ALL OF MR. LE DUC’s INSTRUCTIONS DETAILED ABOVE AFTER COMPLETING THEM
Start American Songwriter Andrea Stolpe’s series: How to Write a Song: Use Imagery and Small Moments
Write a brief reflection of some of the highlights you learned.
Continue Soundtrap.com expert training. Pick tutorials that interest you.
- Write a brief reflection on how this process worked for you.
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WHAT I LEARNED and PROBLEMS I SOLVED
Tell your daily story here! Highlight what you learned and enjoyed most. Also, share what you needed to do to complete the day’s work. Problem-solving is one of the most important skills you need in life. Employers want to know HOW you get stuff done as much as what you got done. DELETE ALL OF MR. LE DUC’s INSTRUCTIONS DETAILED ABOVE AFTER COMPLETING THEM I learned the basics on how to navigate soundtrap. I did what I could to make things easier for myself. I had lots of fun learning the chords to some of my favorite songs.