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Panel discussion

In this panel, we highlight how the templates within DAWs shape the digital practices of West African studio professionals who have had limited exposure to the culture of analog recording and production. We then question the extent to which formal education institutions can incorporate the informal learning methods of trial-and-error, copying peers, and watching video tutorials into the high-education music curriculum. We conclude by stressing the importance of teaching anthropological, social, and cultural studies in addition to existing audio theory in University-based programs to prepare the upcoming generations for a global and diverse music industry.
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Roundtable discussion about De-colonizing the Digital Audio Workstation

Dr. Eliot Bates (Graduate Centre, City University of New York), and  Éliézer Oubda (Hope Muziks Studio, Burkina Faso) share their experiences working and teaching within and around the confines of the Eurocentric Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) that has become a music production standard in today’s digital era. Leonard Menon (University of Lethbridge, Alberta) ask them questions about their background as audio engineers and their opinion regarding the techniques, limitations, and prospects of the increasingly accessible DAW, which they discuss from a personal and professional perspective as the democratization of digital audio technologies has reached a point of ubiquitous attainability.
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