Students in Mr. Lee's Music Technology classes rang in the New Year with fun, original ringtones and excellent final projects. Here are some great samples...
You'll notice the ringtones repeat a few times to give full impression of a ringing smartphone. Don't be surprised if you find yourself reaching to answer the phone!
Dillon Lozinak located sheet music for a particular segment of a video-game score. He then entered the pitches and rhythms into our software sequencer to produce an energetic and impeccable rendering of the music.
Jetson Ku sampled a short audio snippet which served as a springboard for original music. Drawing from the harmonies and emotions of the singer, Jetson created a rich blend of chordal and rhythmic accompaniment, giving the sampled voice a new musical context.
Students in Mr. Lee’s music technology classes have been producing creative work this semester! Check out some examples:
Sophomore Brian Buonocore skillfully manipulated the compositional elements of drone, ostinato, harmony, melody, and rhythm, crafting a fine example of program music. The music evokes a foreboding, distant volcano.
Freshman Quinn McAndrew merged original musical lines with sampled audio to create this catchy and polished remix song.
Sophomore Sasha Allen set traditional musical elements into a contemporary idiom with this high-energy and well-crafted selection.
Student Work and News
From our young composers, producers, and performers at NHS.