The Miracle of Sound – New Time Music 2.0 cherish art by using technology
Can there be decent quality of sound in learning music online? Will the quarantine change the way we consume music? Will e-earning be inevitable part of being a musician in the future?
Share your experiences, problems, solutions, frustrations, and amazements in the New Time Music 2.0 online conference on 4th June. New Time Music looks for practical solutions for challenging problems. We will talk about how to make the sound quality better, what kind of setting works with different instruments, how can latency be minimized and much more.
But is it really possible to make digital learning for music work like a pro?
– Many teachers and students face this challenge in education, rehearsals as well as in performances making music through the internet, says Jim Daus Hjernøe from The Royal Academy of Music.
– New Time Music 2.0 provides a forum where teachers and students from across the Scandinavian and Baltic HE Institutions of Music come to meet a renowned team of international specialists within this field. The main objective for the conference is to share knowledge and experience, enhance collaboration and curriculum innovation, and to find new practices for music professionals to make a living in the digital future.
New Time Music 2.0 aims and objectives
The purpose of Nord+ funded New Time Music 2.0 is to enhance collaboration, curriculum innovation, distant and blended learning and earning for the music professionals.
The New Time Music 2.0 main objective is to find answers and practices for future music professionals to make a living in the digital future. To reach this goal, New Time Music experiment fearlessly possible and impossible solutions in a framework of Scandinavian and Baltic HE Institutions in Music. This will dramatically increase and enhance transnational learning and working opportunities.
– Blended learning and earning will change the future for music professionals, says Timo Korhonen from Arts Academy of Turku University of Applied Sciences.
To reach the goal, the project collaborates hands-on with students and teachers. This will accelerate the development of a deeper understanding and skills in e-learning and e-working in music. The project hopes to prepare young music professionals for a wider variety of ways to employ themselves.
Watch and listen how the sound quality changes with different instruments in different settings:
New Time Music 2.0 partners
Arts Academy of Turku University of Applied Sciences in Finland
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in Tallinn, Estonia
The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus and Aalborg, Denmark
The Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway