The music tech site…

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This is the dedicated Music Technology site for all things Music Technology related from Simon Balle School. Here you will find video, document and online resources, coursework mark schemes, details of homework, deadlines, the whole shebang.

Do let us know if there is anything you would like added/amended, mistakes spotted etc.

We do have a youtube channel with a stack of music technology related video tutorials and links to video content we hope can be of use to you.

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One Day Like This – sequencing task

Please make sure that you complete the full 27 bars notated in the score for One Day Like This. This means adding piano, strings and voice part to your rhythm track Logic project. The voice should be added using an appropriate soft synth sound (to emulate vocals).

Your sequences will be marked using this mark scheme, a total of 24 MARKS FOR THE TASK:

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Click HERE for the audio and score.

The marks for this work will be your first assessed work on Go4Schools.

Rick Rubin – genius

I’m a huge fan of this man…

Have you heard of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Beastie Boys, Kanye West, Slayer, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Ed Sheeran, Johnny Cash, System Of A Down, Justin Timberlake, Lana Del Rey…the list goes on. Well Rick produced their finest recordings – unbelievable really.

Rick Rubin is a stunning producer, instrumental in the story of Hip Hop and a fascinating bloke, do grab a moment to listen to this interview, take a few tips from a mix master.

Rick Rubin meets Zane Lowe

Rick meets Zane Pt 2