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UAL Level 3 Diploma in Music Performance and Production

The EP Project Units 5 and 6

Unit 5 Music Production in Context

Unit 6 Music Performance in Context

Hand In Date: 3rd March 2017

The Brief:

Develop Music Technology skills by completing a number of industry


related tasks, reflecting on industry practices, and implementing new
found theories.

Task 1 Songs and Song Structure

Task 2 Your EP

Task 3 Studio Roles and Procedures

This brief with associated criteria are found on Tumblr.

(miskinmusictech1617.tumblr.com)

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Task 1 Songs and Song Structures

Your group will analyse the make up of songs, starting with the
structure and arrangement and then the musical and sonic textures
found within. There are two Logic projects to complete, and an audio
recording.
Logic Project 1: Song Structure
Listen to the examples given and then determine the sections of at least 3
songs. Label them correctly.
Logic Project 2: The Beatles Listening Project
Correctly identify a number of different instruments, from classical to
traditional rock instrumentation, in a number of songs by the Beatles.
Mini Desert Island Discs
Select 3 songs that you would take to a desert island and, by using technical
and musical language, discuss the elements of each that you appreciate.
(Further notes, and examples, are found on Tumblr).

Task 2 Your EP Project


You must create, from scratch, an EP that consists of 4 songs. This is
not a composing project but you are encouraged to use originality.
Although the 4 songs should have a loose theme, each should be
unique.
One song must be acoustic, that is to say does not contain any MIDI
instruments.
One song must be comprised of only MIDI instruments (except for vocals).
One song must use at least one musical sample which can be looped to form
the base or a hook in a song.
One song must be a combination of multi-track recordings and MIDI.

Task 3 Studio Roles and Procedures


Keep a logbook on the layout, equipment, roles and procedures of the
recording studio.

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Learning Outcomes

Unit 5 Music Production in Context:

L.O.1: Be able to analyse and research a production design brief in a music performance.

1.1 Analyse the requirements and parameters of a production design brief in music
performance.

1.2 Apply research activities to support solutions to a production design brief in music
performance.

L.O.2: Be able to use an integrated approach to production design problem solving in music
performance.

2.1 Demonstrate the ability to plan, organise and present solutions to a production design
brief in music performance.

2.2 Apply practical skills, understanding and methods to solve production design problems
in music performance.

L.O.3: Be able to evaluate solutions to a production design brief in music performance.

3.1 Analyse effectiveness of solutions to a production design brief in music performance.

Unit 6 Music Performance in Context:

L.O.1: Be able to analyse and research a music performance brief.

1.1 Analyse the requirements and parameters of a performance brief.

1.2 Apply research activities to support solutions to a performance brief in music.

L.O.2: Be able to use an integrated approach to performance problem solving in music.

2.1 Demonstrate the ability to plan, organise and present solutions to a performance
problem in music.

2.2 Apply practical skills, understanding and methods to solve performance problems in
music.

L.O.3: Be able to evaluate solutions to a music performance brief.

3.1 Analyse effectiveness of solutions to a music brief.

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