Many traditional pedagogical approaches to signal flow training were forced to be rethought at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. This unprecedented event forced educators to reevaluate curriculum and tools for distance learning. In an effort to adapt courses to online formats, educational programs revealed the growing consensus of virtual simulations being effective for console and signal flow training. The objective of this paper is to document the impact of virtual simulations in audio education amid social restrictions and highlight its relativity for post-pandemic conditions. Observing the progress of educators and students who used virtual simulations in their studio or live sound courses combined with survey and user engagement data collected over the semester to support the results.
Affiliation: AudioFusion LLC, NY, USA
AES Conference: 2021 AES International Audio Education Conference (July 2021)
Paper Number: 38
Publication Date: July 22, 2021
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