Weekly Schedule Walkthrough | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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You can't see me because my phone doesn't have the ability to switch between selfie mode, the other mode where you're looking out on the world on its camera. So there's really two main groups of classes, um, for the entire college Monday Wednesday, Friday classes in Tuesday, Thursday classes as a music major. So Monday's I have wrecked class over in the Hearst Building and let me show you how close the Hearst Building is right there in Studio A. And that's where we meet with other students with the same primary instrument is US way performed one another and get feedback from a teacher the teacher who runs my rep class just so happens to be my private lesson teacher, but that won't necessarily be the case for you. Just kind of getting feedback from other people and some the teacher, sometimes teacher that's not your own and learning how to perform better in front of a group of supportive peers. Then after that, I walk back over here and I have about a twenty minute break to that's water. Unless there's a classic car, show you that route. So we go this way and that's a table where I keep a lot of my stuff during today and so do other people and this is L O three. This's what a lot of our music rooms look like. There's about twenty kids in the class with me and our teacher. I'm not gonna walk over there right now on Ly because there's a lot of students working and finishing up end of year projects. I go up here so the school theater workshop and that's where. That's where we do musical theater numbers seen studies, things like that. We're doing like a variety of songs from different shows. Everybody's in two, Um, you either have a do it or a big soul of one of our group numbers or and a solo, Um, so I'm doing a big solo and joyful noise, and I'm also doing journey to the past. Could you need, of course for that and magic to do, and it's a lot of fun. Because there's a choir rehearsal, not only am I going to be super quiet but going there anyway, so after that on Mondays, I have a really long break to grab food, go to the bathroom and do homework. Go back to the basement in practice, all of those good things, and then I go back to Hearst Mini Lab for a pro tools and pro tools is where we learned about how dare unapproachable software and we actually get pro tools certified at user level. Then there's an advanced pro tools class that you could take his. An elective would like to get certified at operator level because we have a certified avid instructor on staff and pro tools is like leading audio software for recording. Getting a job That's pretty much the end of my Sundays because I'LL go home and crash after watching some YouTube videos. Do we fill my water bottle? But anyway, and then Tuesdays I'm upstairs in the Piano lab for Keyboard Harmony, which is our group with piano class on a keyboard, Harmony for and you have to pass a deficiency exam in order to graduate and in order to do your senior project at the end of taking four semesters of group piano. So how lot of like base piano skills plane boards have a seat, which is just incredibly useful and necessary, Um, especially as a vocalist, or even just be able to use a MIDI keyboard in the studio. If I can't show you what one of them works like, yeah, there's people in there right now. As you can see, there's like a lot of pianos and then another one of those whiteboards. So the teacher often write assignments on the board. What's cool about those is that you often, um, can, um, took me to church and what not and they can see what you're doing, and you also get way more time with them. So I do that, and theirs comes in those rooms so the teacher can listen just one student at a time or the teacher can talk back to you. Then after keyboard harmony, I go downstairs to a practice room for my private lesson, and that's really fun. A lot of acting exercises a lot of Hey, Jasmine, what music do you want to work on on DH? She's amazing, would recommend her to anybody and everybody and then after that's all done. I have music history in the same room I showed you before in the basement, and that's pretty self explanatory. That's everything from the tail end of the classical period to modern day on. We're currently learning about atonal music right now and music during World War One and two. After that's all done on Tuesdays, I have record production again over in Studio A, and that's where we learn about how to record two recording techniques, different mixing techniques, different techniques that were used on famous albums like Clean and What Not? And we're also doing a big recording project where we have to do twenty four tracks of an original song mixed mastered with certain effects, and it's a lot of hard work, but it's a lot of fun, and it teaches you a lot. After record production on Tuesdays, I have our rehearsal in that same room I showed you before that choir room, and we're currently rehearsing for a thirty minute comedic Mozart opera. Then around seven o'Clock, I hit the practice rooms, practice and a clock. Then Wednesdays are pretty much the same as Monday's, except I don't have musical Theatre workshop, and during that time, Instead, I do jazz choir over the studio. That's pretty awesome on DH. After that. From six to nine, I work over in the Colson on campus, raising money for the college. Bones, that's pretty much my schedule City and higher week. So that's pretty much my schedule for the week.