Making Movie Music

Week 3: July 17-21, 2017


In this session, we’ll look at music and sound effects in selected films of the past and present (Jaws, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, WALL-E etc.) and discover the power and emotion of sound. Using some of the latest software and hardware in KO’s music technology lab, we’ll also be collecting, composing, and recording our own music and sound effects to video and film clips. We’ll end the week with the Camp KO Film Festival.

For students entering grades 9-11. Minimum enrollment: 6; maximum enrollment 10.
Program runs from 8:30am - 4:30pm. 

Cost: $495; Early Bird Discount $445 until March 15

Instructor: KO's Director of Music Technology, Dr. Wayne Pierce is an accomplished composer, flutist, and Electronic Wind Instrument (EWI) player. He serves on the board of directors and is Publications Chair for Technology Institute for Music Educators and is an adjunct professor of music at UConn.

 


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