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Musical Collaborations: Discussion & Knowledge Sharing
February 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EST| Free
The pandemic did not keep live music from happening, but it did change the way musicians played and recorded music with others and by ourselves. In this discussion, we’ll share our experiences from the past couple of years of making music, recording it, and attempts at playing live together while apart. What strategies did you use? What worked and what didn’t? How are tools like Garageband, LogicPro, SoundCloud, Soundtrap, Jamtaba, Zoom and similar apps making a positive impact on learning, growing, and supporting ourselves and our musical communities, online and in person? Where do these tools and virtual collaborations fall short and what can we do about it?
Active musicians, whether pro or amateur, and people who simply love to listen to music are invited to join this conversation to exchange ideas, strategies, and support.
Elizabeth Cornell supports initiatives for digital scholarship at Fordham University and serves as the director of communications for Fordham IT. She is a collaborating editor for the Digital Yoknapatawpha Project at the University of Virginia, which offers new views of William Faulkner’s works through digitized maps and timelines. She has published essays in South Central Review, Mississippi Quarterly, the Journal of American Studies, and elsewhere. Elizabeth serves on the steering committees for the Fordham Digital Scholarship Consortium and NYCDH.
Lisa Davidson is Professor and Chair of Linguistics and Director of the Phonetics & Experimental Phonology Lab at NYU. Her research is on the production and perception of connected speech, voice quality, and second language acquisition. She is the General Editor of Laboratory Phonology, and is on the editorial board of Journal of Phonetics. She
also serves on the Social Media Committee for the Linguistic Society of America.