PROJECT #9 FROM MY BUNDLE
This is a music technology project using GarageBand where students create their own mash up! They will learn about how to find the tempo of a song, how to change the tempo and the key of a song, and how to use flextime editing in a DAW. Their sense of rhythm and tempo is heightened as they have to use their ear to adjust and assign tempos in this fun and creative project!
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• a basic overview of what the project will be
• the list of skills that will be learned (here you can easily add standards)
• a step-by-step of how to accomplish the project
• a list of requirements needed for full credit
• a “tips and tricks” section designed to help students with common mistakes, challenges, etc. which I’ve encountered after teaching these projects for many years.
On a separate page you’ll find:
• a rubric that can be easily customized
• a “teacher to teacher” section designed to help the instructor effectively communicate and teach the project. Here I explain some common issues I’ve run into in the past and ways I’ve found to help students be more successful.
While my lessons have been created for use with GarageBand, you may choose to use a different DAW (program) and the general concept will still apply. If you aren't familiar with how to use GarageBand you will probably need to study up on some of the basics before you teach this lesson. These project downloads assume you are already familiar with simple music theory and the basics of how to use GarageBand. If you're not, you may need to do a little homework before teaching; either way, I recommend teachers complete the project on their own before teaching it to students. Although this is not a formal lesson plan, it can easily be adapted to be just that.
Be aware all of these projects are created to be completed in order. However, if you are mostly familiar with how GarageBand works, this particular project can be completed out of order.
If you like this, check out my 12 Project Bundle!
• 12 sequential projects which progress in difficulty and music theory (enough project ideas to take you through a year-long music technology course)
• Comprehensive glossary of the "techy" terms used in the project lessons
• Map of important GarageBand features
• Extensive list of keyboard shortcuts
• ALL (3 pages) of the extra resources I use to teach the projects: links to videos,
articles, project examples, etc.
Check out my store for more great resources!
Project 1: Special FX
Project 2: Get In the Loop
Project 3: Sell Me Short
Project 4: Drum Up the Beat
Project 5: Mini Midi Songwriting
Project 6: Level Up
Project 7: Re-Mix Up
Project 8: MOViE to the Music
Project 9: Mix & Mash
Project 10: That’s a Rap (Beat)
Project 11: Cover Your Basses
Project 12: Compose Yourself