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Individual talks by Amandine Pras, Paul Thompson, Maël Peneau, Leonard Menon, and James Clemens-Seely

Amandine Pras introduces AFRINUM and the West African Audio Network partnerships. Paul Thompson characterizes three broad forms of learning methods in audio engineering and music production, namely formal, non-formal, and informal. Maël Peneau highlights how in Dakar, the only purpose of owning a mixing board is to give evidence of professionalism to clients, although it is almost never used for mixing. For instance, Senegalese beatmakers use their digital skills to build Kontakt instruments based on Yamaha DX7 presets that emulate traditional Senegambian percussion instruments in the local genre Mbalax. Leonard Menon explains how Malian arrangers challenge the production sequence of ...
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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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