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Creative Arts & Industries

Tasks / Evidence / Submission Date

Grading Criteria

NYA

WT

Achieved

Task 1 Configure a keyboard controller to a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using an appropriate interface (e.g. USB etc.) and map the following: a. Volume or Filter envelope b. Resonance c. Cut-off d. LFO

Pass P1 Display a basic ability to configure a keyboard to a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using an appropriate interface demonstrating an elemental understanding (e.g. USB etc.) and perform the following: Volume or Filter envelope Resonance Cut-off LFO Merit M1 Accurately configure a keyboard to a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using an appropriate interface demonstrating proficient abilities (e.g. USB etc.) and perform the following: Volume or Filter envelope Resonance Cut-off LFO Distinction D1 Accurately and efficiently configure a keyboard to a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using an appropriate interface demonstrating excellent abilities (e.g. USB etc.) and perform the following: Volume or Filter envelope Resonance Cut-off LFO

Evidence: Tutor observation/video evidence

Submission Date: 24/06/13

Volume or Filter envelope Resonance Cut-off LFO Distinction D1 Accurately and efficiently configure a keyboard to a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using an appropriate interface demonstrating excellent abilities (e.g. USB etc.) and perform the following: Volume or Filter envelope Resonance Cut-off LFO

Task 2
Pass P2

Apply keyboard skills to accurately construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time using drum and percussion patches in the following time signatures and feels: a. 4/4 shuffle b. 4/4 funk or break beat c. 6/8 swing d. 7/8 straight Erase any unwanted notes, quantize accurately, adjusting the velocity on specific notes to achieve desired aim and feel e.g ghost notes etc.

Apply basic keyboard skills to construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time demonstrating a basic proficiency at using both the keyboard and the interfacing software using a drum or percussion patch in the following time signatures: 4/4 shuffle 4/4 funk or break beat 6/8 swing 7/8 straight Merit M2 Creatively apply keyboard skills to accurately construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time demonstrating a good, proficient ability at using both the keyboard and the interfacing soft ware using a drum or percussion patch in the following time signatures: 4/4 shuffle 4/4 funk or break beat 6/8 swing 7/8 straight

Task 2
Pass P2

Apply keyboard skills to accurately construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time using drum and percussion patches in the following time signatures and feels: a. 4/4 shuffle b. 4/4 funk or break beat c. 6/8 swing d. 7/8 straight Erase any unwanted notes, quantize accurately, adjusting the velocity on specific notes to achieve desired aim and feel e.g ghost notes etc.

Apply basic keyboard skills to construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time demonstrating a basic proficiency at using both the keyboard and the interfacing software using a drum or percussion patch in the following time signatures: 4/4 shuffle 4/4 funk or break beat 6/8 swing 7/8 straight Merit M2 Creatively apply keyboard skills to accurately construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time demonstrating a good, proficient ability at using both the keyboard and the interfacing soft ware using a drum or percussion patch in the following time signatures: 4/4 shuffle 4/4 funk or break beat 6/8 swing 7/8 straight Distinction D2 Creatively apply keyboard skills to accurately construct 16th note based 8 bar rhythms/beats in a DAW in real time demonstrating an excellent ability at using both the keyboard and the interfacing soft ware using a drum or percussion patch, displaying excellent rhythmic creativity in the following time signatures: 4/4 shuffle 4/4 funk or break beat 6/8 swing 7/8 straight

Evidence: Tutor observation/video evidence

Task 3 Using keyboards skills develop the following for two of the beats created in 1.2., playing both into a DAW in real time, using appropriate patches: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a., which include: i. the use of inversions ii. the use of one suspended chord iii. use of at least one 7th chord Task 4 Erase any unwanted notes, quantize accurately adjusting the velocity on specific notes to achieve desired aim and feel.
Pass P3 Using keyboard skills in real time displaying basic skills carry out the following activities demonstrating elemental musical examples on the keyboard and software: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a. which include: the use of inversions the use of one suspended chord use of at least one 7th chord Merit M3 Using keyboard skills in real time creatively carry out the following activities demonstrating musical examples on the keyboard and software: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a. which include: the use of inversions the use of one suspended chord use of at least one 7th chord Distinction D3 Using keyboard skills in real time inventively and creatively carry out the following activities demonstrating highly musical examples on the keyboard and software: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a. which include:

Task 3 Using keyboards skills develop the following for two of the beats created in 1.2., playing both into a DAW in real time, using appropriate patches: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a., which include: i. the use of inversions ii. the use of one suspended chord iii. use of at least one 7th chord Task 4 Erase any unwanted notes, quantize accurately adjusting the velocity on specific notes to achieve desired aim and feel.
Pass P3 Using keyboard skills in real time displaying basic skills carry out the following activities demonstrating elemental musical examples on the keyboard and software: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a. which include: the use of inversions the use of one suspended chord use of at least one 7th chord Merit M3 Using keyboard skills in real time creatively carry out the following activities demonstrating musical examples on the keyboard and software: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a. which include: the use of inversions the use of one suspended chord use of at least one 7th chord Distinction D3 Using keyboard skills in real time inventively and creatively carry out the following activities demonstrating highly musical examples on the keyboard and software: 8 bar bass line, including an LFO or Envelope filter on one of the lines where the automation is recorded 8 bar rhythmic chord progression relating to the bass lines in a. which include: the use of inversions the use of one suspended chord

Submission Date: 24/06/13

Task 5 Evaluate the success of the process analyzing strengths and areas requiring further development

Pass P5 Evaluate the success of the process using identifying basic strengths and areas requiring further development. Merit M5 Evaluate the success of the process using a self assessment style process identifying strengths and areas requiring further development which may offer viable solutions where appropriate. Distinction D5 Evaluate the success of the process using an excellent self assessment style process identifying strengths and areas requiring further development offer viable solutions where appropriate.

Evidence: Tutor observation/video evidence

Submission Date: 24/06/13

PLTS (Personal Learning & Thinking Skills) Key: IE Independent Enquirers CT Creative Thinkers Achieved: Assessor Feedback

RL Reflective Learners

TW Team Workers

SM Self-managers

EP Effective Participators

Action Plan

Learners Feedback

Assessor: Marc Rapson Learner

Signed Signed

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