GameComposer featured at ASME Conference
The new and exciting GameComposer program of MusicEDU will be featured at the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) XXI National Conference 2017, RMIT University, Melbourne, 13-15 July 2017. Keep reading for details...
MusicEDU's GameComposer Featured at ASME Conference
Kate Hargreaves, Director of MusicEDU, and Heather Crawford, creator of MusicEDU's GameComposer program, will be conducting the workshop, "Enter the World of Video Game Music", on Friday of the ASME conference. Attending this workshop will give you an inside view of MusicEDU's newest digital eBook for middle school curriculum.
Teachers, GameComposer is the amazing program that gives you everything you need to teach your students video game composition, analysis and musicology. When using GameComposer in the classroom, your students will be engaged in a journey through video game composition and creation, from the 1970s to present day. They will learn the cultural, social and historical aspects of the genre as well as aural, compositional techniques and analysis skills associated with this hugely popular topic. Be sure to attend this workshop!
The ASME Conference will take place over three days. Keynote speakers will include Deborah Cheetham, Martin Fautley and David Forrest. Leading educators will conduct workshops; plus, there will be discussion panels, a trade display featuring the latest in music education resources and concerts from various ensemble groups.
The theme for this year's ASME XXI National Conference is Uniting Voices, which embraces the vast array of institutions, organisations and professional associations that provide and support music learning.
To read more about the ASME Conference, click here. Australian Society for Music Education XXI National Conference 2017