Updating MusTech.Net has been worthwhile, but also it is very tricky. There are hundreds of posts that contain great and still-relevant information, but they also contain broken links, outdated “blog tech,” reworked categories, and other quirky problems. As I am moving through the data, I am reliving the original thrill of “the post” and experiencing all of the nostalgia that goes along with it. Some of these posts have been “buried” for too long and I have decided to unearth them and bring them to light again. I will be posting a new, limited series, on MusTech.Net called “Unearthed Arcana” that highlights these amazing “finds.” Whether you are a long time reader of MusTech.Net or a first time reader, I hope you enjoy these amazing posts.
The first re-post of the Unearthed Arcana series recalls a major project that Richard McCready and I put together as part of NAFME’s Music in Our Schools Month. With it, we put together a major lesson plan that introduces and chronicles the evolution of music “hard tech” and the DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). Although I’m not able to completely update the original powerpoints and the PDFs, I did go back and correct the missing YouTube Videos from the playlist. You may find the updated playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL617C3CF5E2287BD9. This work is just as interesting as relevant today as it was back in May of 2012 and makes a great lesson plan or unit.
- Original Post Date: May, 16, 2012
- Original Page Title: The Long And Winding Road That Leads To DAW – Our MIOSM Project Revealed!
- Find it here: Touch/Click to read