DAWs and Re/Mixing as Participatory Music-Making

In-Person Only

Popular music can offer opportunities for engaging learners in participatory, critical, and social spaces. This can be particularly true when engaging with digital technologies. In this presentation, we explore a project that invites students to create compositions by mixing audio samples and compositional riffs to respond to a theme. These are projects that have low barriers to entry, offer multiple opportunities for sharing, and embrace opportunities for social connection between students. Presented by The NAMM Foundation in collaboration with TI:ME.