Music is often contingent on the equipment at hand. Multi-talented musician, producer, and professor, Jason Goldman, considers the relationship between the artist and the necessary equipment to achieve their ends. While artists do not need the most expensive gear on the market, they will need the two bare essentials for producing music: a computer and digital audio workstations (DAW) software. Beyond the basics, Jason discusses equipment for noise cancellation, microphones, musical instrument digital interface (MIDI) controller, and more to arm musicians with the equipment they need to produce their own music.
Age Group: Grades 6 – College