For their final project, students in Director of Performing Arts Jackie Martino's Music Theory class composed a piece of music by producing sounds together in a digital audio workstation. After picking a song to use as inspiration, students notated the chord progression in FLAT, a collaborative music notation platform. They then created an original track in Soundtrap – combining various inputs like piano roll, loops or live instruments. For one project, students Griffen A.-G. '26 and Maeve P. '26 used The Beatles song "Let It Be" and added in the sounds of a bonfire and a door opening and closing to enhance the ambience and overall auditory experience. The project challenged students to creatively bring together concepts they had been working on during the first mod.
US Music Theory Students Compose Music Pieces in Digital Work Station