Hive NYC Learning lab: Carnegie Hall and Building Beats

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  • Digital Music Production Workshops Cohort 7

    Presented by Carnegie Hall and Building Beats

  • Summary of Workshops

    Focus of the digital music production workshops is to give young people from across New York City an opportunity To work side-by-side with

    professional musicians and producers

    to explore digital production techniques used in hip hop, rap, and R&B

    Receive hands-on experience with creative software, laptops, tablets, microphones, and audio mixing consoles.

  • Recruitment Building

    programming in underserved communities

    Targeted brokering this opportunity as a next step for students engaged in school and community settings

  • Workshop Format

    Started each workshop with a 15 minute warm-up activity

  • Workshop Format

    Topical focus aligned with a creative challenge

    Example Alternative Controllers

  • Workshop Format

    Creative work in small groups

  • Workshop Format

    Group sharing of creative work and reflection

  • Workshop Successes

    Assessment Professional

    Work Flow Brokering

    and Recruitment

    Workshop Online Resources

  • Challenges & Resolutions

    Workshop Format balancing lessons with creative work

    TA Professional Development rotating lead TAs to building TA experience

    Share-Out and Reflection provided best practices for structure and student leadership

  • Cohort Prompts

    CHALLENGE:

    Due to the format of our workshops, it was difficult to build in reflection time with the TAs after the students left.

    QUESTION:

    What are some other approaches to nurturing and facilitating ongoing reflection among TAs and program staff?

  • Cohort Prompts

    CHALLENGE:

    Production work at professional DAWs is resource-intensive and difficult to scale. Our lesson on iPads felt like the most scalable of the 8 lessons.

    QUESTION:

    What are some ways that other organizations are thinking about spread & scale of resource-intensive work?