A basic outline of applied music lessons at Washington and Lee.
The Production Club is a student managed, self-sufficient group sponsored by the Music Department that serves the W&L community. It serves to provide sound, recording, and lighting services of professional quality at very reasonable prices, and to provide experience for students in live sound reinforcement, stage lighting, event management and business management.
Students in MUS 195 wrote songs in the Downtempo/Chillout/Ambient style of Electronic Music utilizing the software application Ableton Live.
Students in MUS 195 wrote scripts, conducted interviews and compiled complete podcasts for their final project in the Winter term of '08. These podcasts represent some of the very first to be created by students at Washington & Lee.
Students in MUS 195 recorded multi-track projects of musicians from Washington & Lee utilizing microphone techniques that they learned in class.
Documents and project files.
Welcome to the first syndicated podcast from Washington & Lee University!
The Spring of '09 exemplified the spirit of the Music Technology program at W&L combining work by students, faculty and community musicians.
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