Excellent advice from the charity Thomas's Fund. It is geared towards Music Therapy but great content for everyone.
This free course, Recording music and sound, provides an historical introduction to music and sound recording and offers some guidance about making your own recordings, should you wish to do so. Many of the processes that have been developed and the issues that have been raised in the first 150 years of recording are still relevant today, and a solid grounding in them will help you understand the wide range of recording techniques currently in use.
This OpenLearn course is an adapted extract from the Open University course A232 Music, sound and technology.
Music has long been a way in which visually impaired people could gain financial independence, excel at a highly-valued skill, or simply enjoy musical participation. Existing literature on visual impairment and music includes perspectives from the social history of music, ethnomusicology, child development and areas of music psychology, music therapy, special educational needs, and music education, as well as more popular biographical texts on famous musicians.
Women in Audio features almost 100 profiles and stories of audio engineers who are women and have achieved success throughout the history of the trade. Beginning with a historical view, the book covers the achievements of women in various audio professions and then focuses on organizations that support and train women and girls in the industry.
Women in Audio is a valuable resource for professionals, educators, and students looking to gain insight into the careers of trailblazing women in audio-related fields and represents required reading for those looking to add diversity to their music technology programs.
This book is a big step towards the goal of drastically increasing the awareness, accessibility and credibility of DJ-ing in education in not just the UK, but across the world. FutureDJs want to change the landscape of music education by filling music departments with young people passionate about the music that excites them. Through DJ-ing, they can learn an instrument that teaches them critical listening skills, how to improvise, how to compose, how to perform, and builds confidence like no other activity in school.
At TiME UK accessability to Music Making for everyone is very important to us
The fast-moving pace of technology makes it hard to keep abreast of current practices in production design. However, the ethos and skills behind filmmaking remain the same. Here, art director Terry Ackland-Snow, with TiME Director of Film Wendy Laybourn, shares his passion and knowledge of traditional film design from more than 50 years of industry experience, using real-life case studies from such iconic films as Batman, Labyrinth, the James Bond franchise, and The Deep.