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VoiceSyllabus2 - Voice-Technology David Grogan MUSI...

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Voice--Technology David Grogan MUSI 20110-756 Words make you think a thought. Music makes you feel a feeling. A song makes you feel a thought. --E.Y. Harburg (1898 - 1981) Spring 2008 Music Building South 106 Meeting times TBA Instructor : David Grogan [email protected] 817-929-9585 Office Hours : by appointment Required Text : None, but I strongly encourage you to read up on voice technology in the library. Additional Resources : I strongly encourage you to read chapters 90-95 in Richard Miller’s The Art of Singing . They are short chapters, and deal with the use of technology in the teaching of singing. You should also go to the Grogan Studio Website, for links and files that might be beneficial to you. The address is: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/GroganVoiceStudio/. Course Description : Learning to apply technological resources to the study of voice. Course Objectives : 1)to establish a visible and audible base line record of vocal characteristics in the areas of range, vowel definition, tonal balance, vibrato, legato articulation, and efficiency, which can be used as one means of measuring vocal development; 2) to learn to use analysis software in various ways to
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MUSI 20110 taught by Professor Grogan during the Spring '08 term at TCU.

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