A FREE ONLINE CLASS BY BRYAN WOOLBERT THAT STRIVES TO SCRATCH THE SURFACE OF ANSWERING THE EVER FAMOUS QUESTION "WHAT IS MUSIC?"
It is no secret that the modern world of music as we know it is changing by the minute. As countless composers, artists, producers, technological innovators and industry professionals from around the world compete for the highest levels of prestige and recognition, the precious definition of music is constantly evolving. However, in the midst of the continual shifts occurring within the modern music industry, some facets of its definition remain untouched by time, talent and technology.
This class aims to observe the definition of music from three angles: -A scientific perspective using basic sound physics combined with human perception (hearing) to differentiate music from other "noise" and sound -A modern look at how digital audio technology has impacted the ways in which music is created by composers and listened to by audiences -A theoretical standpoint based on historically accepted classical and jazz standards which elementally separates music from other sounds
This class is best suited for high school and college aged students (though others are certainly welcome!) who wish to gain an elementary understanding of the precious definition of music in the modern music industry. If you are interested in attending, please read through the Introduction PowerPoint, then complete the short Registration Form.
***REGISTRATION FOR MUSIC101S2020 WHAT IS MUSIC? ENDS*** THURSDAY, MAY 28TH, 2020 AT 11:59PM U.S. EASTERN TIME. LATE REGISTRATION FORMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.