Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference “Digitalization of Education: History, Trends and Prospects” (DETP 2020)

The Use of Information and Communication Technologies in Self-Training of Students of the Pop and Jazz Direction of Training

Authors
Ye.S. Kurdina, D.E. Chernov
Corresponding Author
D.E. Chernov
Available Online 13 May 2020.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200509.010How to use a DOI?
Keywords
self-training of pop and jazz vocalists, digital sound recording, music design
Abstract
The article discusses the possibilities of using information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the organization of self-training of students in the system of higher vocal (pop and jazz) education. The analysis of the experience of musical teachers of higher education shows that at present, teachers of higher education use ICTs to varying degrees in teaching students. The current system of musical instrumental and especially vocal education requires modernization. When using ICTs, real conditions are created for the formation of self-training skills of a student vocalist, for the development of creative and critical artistic thinking, for tracking and evaluating the results of musical performance. The authors describe the possibility of introducing e-learning content and e-training into the educational process as a means of organizing self-study of vocalists. This created an electronic textbook, with the help of which student vocalists learn a new activity - “music design”, learn the skills of the professional soundman, autoarranger, acquire skills of improvisation and composition. A MIDI keyboard gives the student the opportunity to become not only a participant in ensemble singing, but also a performing instrumentalist. The use of ICTs in the educational process enables vocalists to navigate the world of sound engineering, to master many sound effects of music in the style of “rap”, “rock”, “house”, “thrash”, “hip-hop” and the like. Thus, it can be concluded that electronic computer technologies have become an integral part of the music industry and music pedagogy, contributing to the overall information and music performance culture of university students.
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