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Critical Listening Tools and Tactics for Sound Specialists by James Clemens-Seely

James Clemens-Seely presents a practical introduction to the merits and pitfalls of technical ear training as an approach to increasing critical listening and analytic skills in developing audio professionals.  Ear training topics discussed include training tools, self-study vs. large class sizes, sensible goals and overall usefulness in career development. James Clemens-Seely supervises the learning experience of participatants of the Audio Recording Engineer Practicum at the Banff Centre, AB, and has taught Technical Ear Training at McGill University, QC.
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Roundtable discussion about Critical Listening and Technical Ear Training

Dr. Paul Thompson (Leeds-Beckett University, UK) and James Clemens-Seely (Banff Centre, Alberta) explore differing viewpoints on the benefits and limitations of using ‘Technical Ear Training’ (TET) modules to train as a sound engineer. Facilitated by Kelsey Taylor (University of Lethbridge, Alberta), this round table highlights Clemens-Seely’s teaching strategies that promote TET, and Thompson’s preference for other approaches of critical listening in a learning environment. Sharing pedagogical methods and audio education thoughts, the panelists address anti-education feelings in the audio industry and discuss to which extend TET can actually help audio students to create better music.  
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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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