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== Listening concepts ==
== Listening concepts ==
Here are the Higher concepts arranged into specific areas of the course:
*[[Music technology#Higher|Music technology concepts]]
*[[20th and 21st century music#Higher|Music of the 20th and 21st century concepts]]
*[[Technological developments]]
To see a list of all concepts at Higher level click [[Higher Music Technology concepts|here]].
To see a list of all concepts at Higher level click [[Higher Music Technology concepts|here]].

Latest revision as of 22:49, 14 February 2017

The Higher Music Technology Course develops learners’ skills in the use of music technology hardware and software to capture and manipulate audio, and in analysis of 20th and 21st century musical styles and genres. Learners use music technology creatively in sound production in a range of contexts and develop a broad understanding of the music industry, including an awareness of the implications of intellectual property.

Here you will find definitions and examples for all concepts introduced at Higher level.

Note: Learners at Higher are expected to have a good knowledge of concepts which were introduced at National 3, National 4 and National 5 levels.

Listening concepts

Here are the Higher concepts arranged into specific areas of the course:

To see a list of all concepts at Higher level click here.