Bandlab Mixing Tutorial/Assessment – Talking ’bout a Revolution
With this tutorial, the students will look at mix principles that are applicable to whatever particular DAW they use. The benefit of using Bandlab is that it creates a…
The Guide to Mixing ‘Moaning Lisa Smile’ by Wolf Alice & ‘Whinging Tom’ by Alan Dogg£119.95
The Resource Packs that I have created are designed to support teachers and students while they are working through the Component 1: Recording Coursework as part of the Advanced…
Recording & Mixing. This is one of the practical components where you will record a cover version of a song from a list of artists designated by Edexcel. This list will change every year.
The difference between the AL and AS courses is that the A level course requires you to record drums and percussion, whereas the AS specifies that no drums should be used in the recording.
It is recommended that A level students should complete the AS coursework as a stepping stone to recording their main project (with drums).
Go to the MT Toolbox to have an introduction to logic and the basic functions of the sequencer
Individual Feedback Service
We are now offering an individual coursework feedback service. This involves sending us the DAW project and we will provide a guidance video to help access the higher grades in the Music Technology A level course.
Contact us via the contact page for more details.
Check out some examples below
AS MT RECORDING
The Recording tutorials available are
- A Practical Recording Project
- There are also supporting documents, quizzes and powerpoint presentations relating to recording techniques.
You should then be ready to undertake the AS level Recording coursework.
AS MT MIXING
The Mixing tutorials should be undertaken in the following order,
- Mixing EDM (as part of the composition coursework)
- There are also supporting documents, quizzes and powerpoint presentations relating to mixing techniques.
These tutorials will help you with Component 1 and the composition coursework