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This assignment requires the student to reinterpret (or adapt) a musical work (song) by another artist into a new work that is representative of another distinctive genre or style. You will need to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the elements that define each of the two stylistic movements (genres) that each piece represents in order to create an effective re-interpretation.

WIKI LINKS:

Landslide – Stevie Nicks / Fleetwood Mac [Accessed: 14.03.12]

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A written report that provides a descriptive outline of the project must be submitted with the practical work. The report must provide a descriptive overview and an analytical critique of the processes and outcomes of the project.

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Each student is required to submit an individually written report in the form of a diarised logbook. The logbook should contain detailed accounts of the events that took place during the BAP160.2 Practical Assignment. It should commence from the planning stage right up to the finished project. The diary should give an account of the day’s accomplishments, whether or not events occurred according to plan, plus an indication of what could have been improved.

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Write a reflective logbook for the BCM130.1 Practical Project (Web Site). Provide a production overview and a critical analysis of the process of the creation of the Web Site. It is important that key creative and technical decisions that were made during the production are highlighted and examined through a reflective analysis of the project.

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REFERENCES

Burruss, L. 2009, Creating a CSS style Guide: Hands-On Training (streaming audio: FLV) [online], Lynda Online Training Library. Available from: http://www.lynda.com/CSS-tutorials/creating-a-style-guide-hands-on-training/758-2.html [Accessed: 23.03.2011]

Close Window 2011, [online], The JavaScript Source. Available from http://javascript.internet.com/page-details/close- window.html [Accessed: 26.05.11]

HTML Stretch Background Image 2011, [online], Quack It. Available from: http://www.quackit.com/html/codes/ html_stretch_background_image.cfm [Accessed: 26.05.11]

King, E. 2011, Auto-centering Popup Window [online], Dynamic Drive. Available from: http://www.dynamicdrive.com/ dynamicindex8/autocenter.htm [Accessed: 26.05.11]

Lowery, J. 2011, Dreamweaver CS5: Getting Started with HTML5 (streaming audio: FLV) [online], Lynda Online Training Library. Available from: http://www.lynda.com/Dreamweaver-CS5-tutorials/Getting-Started-with-HTML5/77851-2.html [Accessed: 25.03.2011]

Pinho, L.V. 2007, jQuery lightBox plugin (plugin: JavaScript) [online], jQuery. Available from http://leandrovieira.com/ projects/jquery/lightbox/# [Accessed: 26.05.2011]

Popup Windows: Targeting the Opener 2002, [online], HTML Code Tutorial. Available from: http:// www.htmlcodetutorial.com/linking/linking_famsupp_75.html [Accessed: 26.05.11]

Weinman, B. 2009, XHTML and HTML Essential Training (streaming audio: FLV) [online], Lynda Online Training Library. Available from: http://www.lynda.com/HTML-tutorials/xand-essential-training/47603-2.html?srchtrk=index %3A4%0Alinktypeid%3A2%0Aq%3Ahtml%0Apage%3A1%0As%3Arelevance%0Asa%3Atrue%0Aproducttypeid%3A2 [Accessed: 18.03.2011]

Williamson, J. 2010, Dreamweaver CS5 Essential Training (streaming audio: FLV) [online], Lynda Online Training Library. Available from: http://www.lynda.com/Dreamweaver-CS5-tutorials/essential-training/58712-2.html?srchtrk=index %3A7%0Alinktypeid%3A2%0Aq%3Ajames%20williamson%0Apage%3A1%0As%3Arelevance%0Asa%3Atrue %0Aproducttypeid%3A2 [Accessed: 03.04.2011]

Students are required to submit their own original logbook for the practical assignment. The logbook should contain detailed accounts of the events that took place during the BAP130.1 Practical Assignment. It should commence from the planning stage right up to the finished product. The logbook should give an account of each session’s accomplishments, whether or not events occurred according to plan, plus an indication of what could have been improved.

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The following are useful links and quotes for studio practice from recording/mic techniques to mixdown and post-production for a specific digital studio assignment. In this particular assignment I have taken on the task of recording a song which has the following instruments:

 

• Drums

 

• Bass

 

• Electric Guitar

 

• Vocals

 

• Synth Pad

 

The following resources are research materials to get the best out of these instruments in both the recording and mixing stages of this assignment.

 

DRUMS

 

References:

 

Owsinski, B. 2009, The Recording Engineer’s Handbook, 2nd edition, Course Technology PTR, Boston.
Chapter 8, (pp. 142-184)

 

Web Links:

 

Pictures of Miked-up Drum Kits [Accessed: 22.04.11]

 

Practical Drum Kit Miking [Accessed: 23.04.11]

 

Video Links:

 

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ELECTRIC GUITAR

 

References:

 

Owsinski, B. 2009, The Recording Engineer’s Handbook, 2nd edition, Course Technology PTR, Boston.
Chapter 8, (pp. 191-198)

 

Huber, D.M. 2010, Modern Recording Techniques, 7th edition, Focal Press, USA.
Chapter 4, (pp. 153-154)

 

Web Links:

 

Pictures of Miked-up Guitar Cabs [Accessed: 17.04.11]

 

Comparative Guitar Amp Recordings [Accessed: 23.04.11]

 

Video Links:

 

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