The paper presents a learning environment where recording engineering students work together with studio musician students. A learning environment, in our definition, is a setting for learning experience, and therefore dependent on conditions being as realistic as possible. The purpose of the empirical study was to gather data regarding possible learning experiences among sound engineering alumni that work as professionals in the recording industry. Alumni value the campus learning environment highly and consider sociocultural skills acquired to be of high importance for their professional careers, where co-operation with producers and musicians is essential.
Nordstrom, Erik; Stenbacka Nordstrom, Caroline
Affiliation: Lulea University of Technology, Piteå, Sweden
AES Conference: 50th International Conference: Audio Education (July 2013)
Paper Number: 7-5
Publication Date: July 25, 2013
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