METHOD OF USE OF TECHNICAL TOOLS AND SOFTWARE IN THE PROCESSES OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF FUTURE ARTIST – VOCALIST

Natalya Folomieieva

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The article is devoted to the basics of the methodology of the use of technical tools and software in the process of professional training of future bachelors of musical art - artists-vocalists in artistic institutions of higher education. The main terms of use of technical means and software are offered in the course of professional training of future bachelors of music art - artists-singers in higher education institutions. Also, the article defines the terms of use of software in the process of mastering the future artists-singers of the course «Pop singing» in the process of training in the specialty «Music Art». The research outlines the main methodological recommendations for using the features of the direction of the microphone and the equalizer of the mixing console for individual classes on pop singing in the process of professional training of future pop singers. The emphasis is placed on the importance of using in the process of professional training for future bachelors of musical art software for recording rehearsal work. The conclusion is made on the necessity and importance of further improvement of curricula and educational and professional programs of the specialty «Musical art» in order to deepen the practical and technical component of the process of professional training, in particular, in the specialty «Pop Singing».

 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.28925/2414-0325.2018.5.232-9


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pop music; musical arts; bachelor of musical arts; technical tools; software; Adobe Audition; microphone; mixing console

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