Music Technology - level 1 US32300

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Demonstrate and apply introductory knowledge of MIDI sequencing

The following are sample answers for the two assessment tasks contained in the Teacher Guidelines for unit standard 32300.

Task 1

Create a simple sequence (a minimum of one minute and three tracks) using the features and functions of a MIDI sequencer or digital audio workstation.

Achieved

Judgement for achievement

The candidate has created a MIDI sequence that has three tracks and is at least one minute in length.

Sequence sample

Achievement exemplar - Task 1, performance criterion 1.2

Merit

Judgement for merit

The candidate has created a MIDI sequence that has three tracks, is at least one minute in length and is generally musically convincing.

Sequence sample

Merit exemplar - Task 1, performance criterion 1.2

Excellence

Judgement for excellence

The candidate has created a MIDI sequence that has three tracks, is at least one minute in length and is musically convincing.

Sequence sample

Excellence exemplar - Task 1, performance criterion 1.2

Task 2

Using a range of technical language describe the steps for creating a piece of music using MIDI in a sequencer or digital audio workstation.

Achieved

Judgement for achievement  
The candidate has described their process for creating and editing a MIDI sequence to a basic level. Sample answer (DOCX, 189KB)

Merit

Judgement for merit  
The candidate has described their process for creating and editing a MIDI sequence. They use technical language to identify and describe the features, functions, of a MIDI sequencer or a digital audio workstation. Sample answer (DOCX, 442KB)

Excellence

Judgement for excellence  
The candidate has described their process for creating and editing a MIDI sequence. They use technical language confidently and accurately to identify and describe the features, functions, and of a MIDI sequencer or a digital audio workstation. Sample answer (DOCX, 506KB)

 

 
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