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Listening Skills-Sonic Components 10/10/13

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Listening Skills 3/10/13
Learning objective: To analyze the Musical Components of recorded music.

Sonic Components
What are Sonic Components?
Sound effects, what are they?
Listen
Listen to the following tracks and accurately record the Sonic Components
Last Week
Recap
Nature / Urban Environment
Reverb: Indoor or Outdoor?
Contrast between Sounds
Frequency Range of Sounds
Sonic field, mix balance, blend, clarity
Sound effects & Processors
Tone & Texture

Delay
Chorus
Flanger

Name some more?
Tone
the overall quality of a musical or vocal sound : the piano tone appears monochrome or lacking in warmth.
Texture
the quality created by the combination of the different elements in a work of music or literature : a closely knit symphonic texture.
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