School of Rock – Week 7 – Tools, Time, and Room

CreativeCommons image Tool Stash by Meena Kadri at Flickr.com

SUMMARY

  • so first we talked about what we talked about that we entered a new phase or something like that had to do with really getting the class together. Then we talked about our assignments and what we had to do.

CLASSROOM (THEORY & ANALYSIS)

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  • I learned that maybe silence instead of being the absence of sound being the absense of white noise. Also just because that the supposed silence is endangered doesn’t mean that noise isn’t bad

LAB (THEORY PRACTICED)

  • One thing i learned about is that almost every single song can be transposed into piano chords and singular notes. Also that some songs were actually more complex lyrics wise than I thought.

OUTSIDE (CREATIVITY & THE BRAIN)

  • Liam A somewhat normal high school kid having a normal day with nothing out of the normal. I mean other than the election for president is in a few days and their is a global pandemic. But other than those small details it was a normal day. He got up this morning looking at his clock realizing school was in 10 minutes. At first casually getting out of bed then as his brain started to wake up he realized that SCHOOL WAS IN 10 MINUTES. So he quickly put on clothes and didn’t bother with anything else. He opened his chromebook signed in for the day and joined the class zoom for english. As soon as he went on he regretted it because today was the day that he had to prepare for a boring argumentative essay. Liam then looked at his assignment where you had to submit your question. His question was whether students should go to school before Corona is over or not. Well the teacher had marked some pronunciation errors but then came the big Whammy. “I am not sure how this would work because one of your sources has to be a book and there hasn’t really been time to have books published on that subject. I was ABSOLUTELY DEVESTATED. Oh no now I have to think of another question. For the rest of the class I pondered what I should do. And even into the next class at 10:50 I couldn’t think of anything. I may have overexaggerated (I did) some of this so don’t think I am having a mental break down or anything 🙂

STUDIO (SONGWRITING)

CONTROL ROOM (RECORDING & MIXING)

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