The Human Factor
These days, many professionals are building better equipped and prepaired home studios thanks to the breakthroughs in technology, allowing the music industry to optimize resources and time, and above all that there is mobility, since a project can now contain instruments recorded in diverse places, allowing important musicians to collaborate in a musical production without the need of traveling long distances... but the experience has shown us that the machines do not act alone.
Music is made by people, not machines. It is our trademark at Aula Clave De Sol that we put professional music production at the service of the project, the musicians of the songs.Everything revolves around the artist and the concept he wants to express in our recording studio. This is our philosophy.
- For those who are learning to play an instrument or to sing, the studio is essential to improve their performance, because it allows you to record yourself and polish details that are not perceptible when you are absorbed in your own instrumental or vocal performance.
- To the instrumentalist or composer, the studio allows you to rehearse and try with different sounds and styles in a completely reversible process that stimulates creativity at all levels.
- To the artist or amateur in general, the studio allows you to record your own songs without having the obligation to hire a recording studio and thus be able to show your work to the public.
Technology is nowadays present in music either at the moment of its creation, its interpretation and the reproduction of the musical work as well as of its dissemination, having expanded information and musical communication in an extraordinary way in the last decades.
In Aula Clave de Sol, we teach music using these new resources which helps the students to understand how to listen, how it has been done and how the music is created and thus promoting more conscious and critical attitudes towards the musical fact.
In this way, the use of technological resources in learning music not only arouses the interest to learn in the students but it also prepares them to join the each day more technified society in which they live.
Throughout the different stages of education students must learn to listen (perception of the musical fact, through hearing and musical analysis) and make music (expression, through interpretation and composition).
Technologies are tools that favor these procedures and improve their development since they provide new tools and working techniques inherent to the use of the computer. The use of these means involves changes in the learning process and promotes a more active and agile teaching. The musician learns in an informal and playful way as he discovers and assimilates musical knowledge, and exercises critical and aesthetic thinking.
Learning music can be and is indeed fun!