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Introduction to Electronic Music with artist-producer Mervin Wong


Programme IDAEP0320886
Programme TypeTalks
Recommended Size 15 - 500
Language English
Programme Format Digital
Cost $1500.00 Per session $3000.00 Per session $800.00 Per session
Primary Art Form - Sub-Genre Music - Music Tech/DAW/Recording
Student Profile Secondary Lower, Secondary Upper, JC/CI, ITE
Secondary Art Form - Sub-Genre -
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Programme Synopsis DIGITAL PROGRAMME (VIDEO): SHOWCASE & PERFORMANCE - (35 MINS) Learn the ins and outs of the cutting edge art of electronic music from artist-producer Mervin Wong. In today’s digital age, discover the infinite possibilities of expression, exploration and storytelling through a performance of different elements of instruments and technologies involved in the creation and performance of electronic music. These include effects, electronic machine, instruments, the digital audio workstation, synthesisers and live sampling coming together as artist-producer Mervin Wong performs and deconstructs several of his songs. The educational institution can purchase an optional a supplementary resource pack。
Focus Areas Appreciate Arts & Culture, Acquire Skills & Knowledge
Point of Emphasis Arts x Tech
Lesson Goal #1 To inspire students that electronic music is a gateway of infinite possibilities of expression, exploration and storytelling through music making.
Lesson Goal #2 Through the artistic process, students will make choices of what their compositions/sonic explorations reflect - cultural and personal.

OPTION 1 - VIDEO Session 1 only - $800 + prevailing GST rate OPTION 2 - VIDEO Sessions 1, 2 and 3 - $1,500 + prevailing GST rate OPTION 3 - LIVE PERFORMANCE & TALK Session 1 by artist-producer Mervin Wong in-person - $3,000 + prevailing GST rate (includes technical equipment that Artist will bring)

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