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Creative Arts & Industries

Creative Arts & Industries

Tasks / Evidence / Submission Date

Grading Criteria

NYA

WT

Achieved

Task 1

P1. Produce two competently produced contrasting remixes of a given piece of music to a set deadline, one of which is to a client brief. The work must meet the following requirements:

exploration of mix types: e.g. dub/house /extended/drum and bass/instrumental etc with selection and justification of a preferred option(s);

     

Produce two contrasting remixes of a given piece of music to a set deadline, one of which is to a client brief.

assessment of the key areas of the given piece in relation to the chosen mix types. i.e. time signature, key signature iii BPM;

 

Evidence:

 

the remixes must complement and retain aspects of original song;

Task A) Audio recording

the remixes are a convincing example of the chosen remix style;

there is creative use of audio editing and effects to include timestretch audio, pitch shifting, tempo changes and audio processing;

the creation of two mixdowns reflective of the remix styles.

This should display competent contextual awareness and abilities of the remix style.

The student should display elemental skills in using a DAW and a basic knowledge of the techniques that are required to achieve the mix types. They should demonstrate basic organisation skills when working with a structured brief.

M1. Produce two well produced contrasting remixes of a given piece of music to a set deadline, one of which is to a client brief. The work must meet the following requirements:

exploration of mix types: e.g. dub/house /extended/drum and bass/instrumental etc with selection and justification of a preferred option(s);

assessment of the key areas of the given piece in relation to the chosen mix types. i.e. time signature, key signature iii BPM;

the remixes must complement and retain aspects of original song;

 

the remixes must complement and retain aspects of original song;

Submission Date:

the remixes are a convincing example of the chosen remix style;

Remix 1: 22/10/12

there is creative use of audio editing and effects to include timestretch audio, pitch shifting, tempo changes and audio processing;

Remix 2:

the creation of two mixdowns reflective of the remix styles.

This should display substantial contextual awareness and abilities of the remix style.

The student should display substantial skills in a DAW and a good knowledge of the techniques that are required to achieve the mix types. They should be very organised when working with a structured brief.

D1. Produce two excellent contrasting remixes of a given piece of music to a set deadline, one of which is to a client brief. The work must meet the following requirements:

exploration of mix types: e.g. dub/house /extended/drum and bass/instrumental etc with selection and justification of a preferred option(s);

assessment of the key areas of the given piece in relation to the chosen mix types. i.e. time signature, key signature iii BPM;

the remixes must complement and retain aspects of original song;

the remixes are a convincing example of the chosen remix style;

there is creative use of audio editing and effects to include timestretch audio, pitch shifting, tempo changes and audio processing;

the creation of two mixdowns reflective of the remix styles.

This should display excellent contextual awareness and abilities of the remix style.

The student should display excellent skills in a DAW and a comprehensive knowledge of the techniques that are required to achieve the mix types. They should be highly organised when working with a structured brief.

Task 2

P2. Give a basic assessment of the legal implications of producing the above remixes, focusing on:

Produce an article assessing the legal

implications of producing your remixes, focusing on:

an analysis of copyright ownership of original recording and the remixes;

an evaluation of potential payment methods from remixing, including gratis (free service), one-off payments and points structure;

1. an analysis of copyright ownership of original recording and the remixes;

This should demonstrate simple research skills and a competent grasp of all related copyright laws in relation to sample and remixes.

2. an evaluation of potential payment methods from remixing, including gratis

M2. Give a detailed assessment of the legal implications of producing the above remixes, focusing on:

(free service), one-off payments and points structure

an analysis of copyright ownership of original recording and the remixes;

an evaluation of potential payment methods from remixing, including gratis (free service), one-off payments and points structure;

Evidence: Article

This should demonstrate good research skills and a substantial grasp of all related copyright laws in relation to sample and remixes.

D2. Give a detailed in-depth assessment of the legal implications of producing the above remixes, focusing on:

 

Submission Date: 12/11/12

an analysis of copyright ownership of original recording and the remixes;

an evaluation of potential payment methods from remixing, including gratis (free service), one-off payments and points structure;

This should demonstrate excellent research skills and a comprehensive grasp of all related copyright laws in relation to sample and remixes

Task 3:

 

In interview, evaluate how well the remixes you created meet the specified criteria, using feedback from the client (where applicable), and assess strengths and areas for development.

P3. Give a basic overview of how well the remixes created in 1.1 meet the specified criteria, using feedback from the client (where applicable), with a simple assess strengths and areas for development.

M3. Give a detailed analysis of how well the remixes created in 1.1 meet the specified criteria, using feedback from the client (where applicable), and assess strengths and areas for development giving some solutions to the areas for development.

 

D3. Give a highly detailed analysis of how well the remixes created in 1.1

meet the specified criteria, using feedback from the client (where applicable), and assess strengths and areas for development giving viable, reasonable solutions to the areas for development.

Evidence: Interview

Submission Date:

 

PLTS (Personal Learning & Thinking Skills)

 

Key:

IE – Independent Enquirers

CT – Creative Thinkers

RL – Reflective Learners

TW – Team Workers

SM – Self-managers

EP – Effective Participators

Achieved:

Assessor Feedback

 

Action Plan

Learners Feedback

 

Assessor: Marc Rapson

 

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