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I'm a music technician at an upper school and have recently started a Music Technology teaching Blog. I tend to have a go at some of the AS coursework myself, I find this really helps my teaching. So now I've decided to share this work I've been doing online. I'll also be posting tips and tricks and documents you can download to help any Music Tech Students.
Here's the blog: http://musictechnick.wordpress.com/
Please let you class mates know about it too, I'm trying to get a bit of a community going.
Hope this helps!
How are you getting on with copying the synth tones? I haven't worked out how to "squelch" the first two Vocal 3 notes. Have you started your arranging and recording yet? I'd suggest you need to get all your note inputting done by Feb half-term if you want to have enough time for good mixes (worth half the marks!).
Sounds like a joke to me; 1000 words? You write about that much just in the log book in Music Tech (20 marks of the 140 for the coursework alone). You're not even writing about a hard subject "the influences of social media..." Face it, if you know French you'll easily get an A* at A Level (aka it's easy if you did well at GCSE French). Even if Music Tech was the 'easiest' A Level, going around bashing it on every thread is both sad and pointless. In other words, get a life.