“Digital Media” is a new stream of courses replacing the previous designation of “Communications Technology”. Digital Media explores a range of forms, such as: audio production, film and video making, photography, and Google apps.
Earl of March has recently built a recording studio for music and audio production. Students are now able to record and produce their own music, do voice-overs for films with professional quality, and create their own sound effects.
The Kanata Kourier recently published a story on the recording studio.
Films and music videos created by Earl students are regularily played on the foyer televsions, showcasing the creative abilities of the students in the program.
A creative process of experimenting with technology seems to provoke questions that may not usually be asked of technology.
Original Songs by Earl Students
The grade 12 Comm Tech class gets a demonstration of live sampling with a Korg Kaaos Pad and a laptop.
STUDENT VIDEO IMAGES AND SCREEN CAPS
Student Music Video: “Don’t Cry Out”
Student Music Video: “Confessions of Two Failed Directors”
Student Music Video: “Shooting Star”