Musical instrument bingo Sarah Magill
Possibilities and uses • Create different music-related games in a music therapy group setting. • Record and mix a choir or other ensemble from a music therapy session.
Limitations • There are many cheap alternatives available on the market. • Instrumental music • Vocal accompaniment tracks • Music games • The time investment is often not worth the final product.
Possibilities/uses • Audacity can be used by clients to foster creativity without a monetary commitment. • Recordings from music therapy sessions can be imported and mixed into a project.
Limitations • The recording resources may not be as robust as desired. • It can be difficult to edit sections in a track because the artist must find exactly in the visual sound wave where to edit.
Part 1: Education • Audacity was used to play sample recordings of each musical instrument that will be covered in the Bingo game. • The following slides are paired up with their corresponding sample recording to be used in an educational setting.
Part 2: bingo • Cubase was used to play the Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K. 331, Movement 1 by Mozart. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP9KWQ8hAYk • The melody voice was dragged into different instrument tracks. • Let’s play Bingo!