Soundscape Projects -Grade 9

Students were given the inspiration and freedom to create a project that utilizes only sound. They worked with or created original music, sound effects, voice-overs, and manufactured sounds. Soundscapes can be a narrative story that only uses sound, it can be abstract, it can be experimental, or it can be musical, or it can be a combination of all of these.


Andrew -Grade 9
“This song is called ‘DubFunk.’ I used the software Looperman and Soundtrap to mix this.
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Yong -Grade 9
“I did a piano cover of BTS – Epiphany. Listen to BTS Epiphany in the rain.”
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Soundscape Projects -Grades 10 and 11

Students were given the inspiration and freedom to create a project that utilizes only sound. They worked with or created original music, sound effects, voice-overs, and manufactured sounds. Soundscapes can be a narrative story that only uses sound, it can be abstract, it can be experimental, or it can be musical, or it can be a combination of all of these.

John -Grade 11
“I used two free software programs: LMMS and Bandlab. I did not use any other resources, apart from these.”
Listen to “Over the Shrine”:


Zayda Rose -Grade 10
“I used this for background music: Tomorrow by Benjamin Tissot (BenSound)”
Listen to “Shooting”:

 

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Soundscape Projects -Grades 7 & 8

Students were given the inspiration and freedom to create a project that utilizes only sound. They worked with or created original music, sound effects, voice-overs, and manufactured sounds. Soundscapes can be a narrative story that only uses sound, it can be abstract, it can be experimental, or it can be musical, or it can be a combination of all of these.


Simon (Sai) -Grade 7
“I used the app beat maker go. This is a subscription app which requires monthly payment.”
Listen to “Realization.”

 

Terrence and Tony -Grade 8
“Hey! it’s Terrence & Tony! We made this audio file through Audacity. There might be some echo because we recorded in a big room. We hope you enjoy!”
Listen to “Popo Incident”:

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