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The task was completed in conjunction with the eLearning Resource (www.e-lr.com.au). This resource is an online ‘textbook’ covering a wide variety of musical concepts. It features examples from many diverse styles as well as quizzes and aural training.
The e-LR has an extensive section on Australian Indigenous Music. Within this section are pages and videos about indigenous instruments, compositional devices and audio examples. Within the audio samples are a number of contemporary loop-based samples.
The design of this task incorporates ideas from The e-LR and uses its sound samples alongside those of Soundtrap. The aims of the task is to create a rhythmically fluent foundation with featured samples derived from Indigenous instruments, performance methods and styles.
It is important that you complete these steps correctly for the teacher to access your composition:
1. Go to your Year 7 Google Classroom page.
2. Find the Composition Task post.
3. Click the link to access the project.
4. Edit the Name of your composition to (Your Name)’s Composition.
5. Click save.
Tick these off before you submit your final composition:
Soundtrap – Lesson Plan 1 Snapshot
Using external samples from Google Drive in Soundtrap.
1. Login to Google Drive, open folder of prepared samples (shared with you by teacher). Download Folder. When complete, right click to open file location.
2. In dialog box, select download folder and copy (ctrl C).
3. Navigate to local documents folder. Paste contents in documents folder, so it can be located when in Soundtrap studio.
Login to Soundtrap and enter studio.
Click import sounds button.
Navigate to documents folder to find external samples downloaded earlier.
Import sounds. Note, these sounds may not be beat-mapped so will function differently from
internal Soundtrap files that automatically loop neatly etc.
Students to experiment by matching external samples to beat.
Marking Scheme: Linked
We wish to pay respect to all Indigenous people of Australia, both past and present, and further acknowledge the important role that Indigenous people continue to play within our communities. We respectfully acknowledge the past and present traditional owners and custodians of these lands and waters and respect their culture and identity.
We acknowledge the custodians of culture and heritage, and the contributions of Indigenous people in educating people in this country, which we all share and live in together.
The authors of this project are Jarrod Schindler, Breanna Reilly, Liam O’Connell from Marist College Canberra. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.