Sound Thinking – Tips and Tools for Understanding Popular Music, Andrew Brown, Steve Dillon
Andrew Brown,Steve Dillon

Sound Thinking – Tips and Tools for Understanding Popular Music

Sound Thinking provides techniques and approaches to critically listen, think, talk and write about songs you hear or make. It provides tips on song writing, performing and music research. It encourages regular and deep thinking about music activities through reflective questions that help build a musical dialog that leads to deeper understanding.
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Andrea Robles
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After listening and noting your own response to the music, begin unpacking the reasons why it sounds like it does and produces that response in you.

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