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The Schome Park Programme - Music

Description

The music sessions were organised and delivered by a staff member using instruments bought and ferried from the main grid. The instruments, cellos and flutes, are ‘worn’ by the users and their avatar is animated to make approximate actions of competent play. The real work is actioned using a HUD (Heads Up Device) that is worn in addition to the instrument. This provides a set of notes like a keyboard, visible only on the users screen, and left-clicking on the notes produces the sound. There is some skill necessary to do this with the right timing as there is a small delay from using the HUD to producing the note for all to hear, and a certain knack is needed to start and end notes as required. The staff member organising the sessions is a qualified music teacher and used a mixture of activities to explore the music making possibilities in-world, for example from working on playing Pachabel’s Canon in the round to much freer jamming sessions where the instruction might be simply ‘everybody stick to black notes only’.
Music Session: One Cello, Two Flutes

Evidence of Learning/ Benefits

Most participants enjoyed the sessions, with one staff participant commenting ‘This has really made me want to start playing again in the real world’. With at least 3 participants in each session there was small group learning, and each activity required participants to work together or to explore sounds together. There were a small number of Second Life skills involved in using the instruments – wearing the instrument and the HUD and managing use of the HUD to produce the required sounds.

Issues / Problems

Participation in the sessions was limited by the number of instruments available, and in the longer term it would be more practical for the community to create the instruments so that they can be shared freely. This was in fact part of the plan for the music stream but for personal reasons the staff member leading the stream had to leave the project. For the same reasons he was unable to participate fully in the forum and wiki aspect of the group communication, and the music sessions were not well publicised, attracting just one or two students and one staff member to each of the 5 sessions that took place.

Key Lessons Learned

The small amount of activity resulting from the music stream was very positive and if viewed as a pilot it is encouraging for further work. The idea of an initial series of workshops where participants create their own instruments is exciting and would potentially enable a more exploratory use of creating music within the environment, removing the musical as well as the practical restrictions inherent in working with the limited number of main grid instruments.

NB. Contrary to what the history might indicate, the original version of this was written by Elsa. PeterT just cut and pasted it in here from the original wordprocessed version.

I watched the music lesson when it took place, and I'm afraid I don't agree with most of what is written in this 'case study'. I feel it is biased and misleading, and does not help us to understand what happened. Amba 06:32, 9 February 2009 (GMT)

That's helpful that you have a chatlog of one of the sessions, Amba. Would you be able to add quotes from it to make this report more representative? Or, maybe, report on aspects of your experience that weren't picked up in the chatlog? Fox, 12:20, 9 February 2009 (GMT)

Would it make sense to tie this section in with the two video reports on the Schome Philharmonic that were put together by Athena and Estella? I feel that their evidence relates to the 'Key Lessons Learned' section. I think we'd have to make it clear that the original music sessions were not treated as a Pilot - that Athena and Estella mostly had to work things out for themselves (though I'm pretty sure I remember hearing SParkers telling them about the earlier music sessions.)Fox, 12:17, 9 February 2009 (GMT)

The Schome Park Programme - Music

Chatlogs

Sorry I didn't capture the date on these but if I sent them in at the time we would have it somewhere. I only have the chatlogs for two of the sessions I was at and only for while I was there. I was trying to write a very simple capture of what happened just so that we have a record of it, but they weren't my sessions. I can see that one student had trouble getting the instrument to work so I have changed the 'all enjoyed the sessions' to 'most', which seems to be a fair representation. If we are talking about personal experience I'd be happy to add some more - it would be great to have Amba's perspective too. Elsa 09:29, 10 February 2009 (GMT)

Music Session 1

You: are you ehre for teh jam session D?
R SParker: hi D
D Schomer: nice intro
You: bleurgh, typos
D Schomer: why not
R SParker: ok would you like a flute
D Schomer: sure
You: oh dear, my cello has gone right through my legs
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You: brb
R SParker: just trying to get you something to play, D
R SParker: panpipes ok for starters?
D Schomer: thaks
D Schomer: huh
D Schomer: i plyed the claranet
R SParker: so do I
D Schomer: i played pass tence
R SParker: choose wear
R SParker: for both HUD and pipes
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R SParker: how are you doing, D?
D Schomer: good
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R SParker: can you get the HUD to play?
D Schomer: no
R SParker: do you see it at the top of the screen?
D Schomer: barly its cut off
You: right, sorry, what have I missed?
R SParker: trylclickjing on the green on the left
D Schomer: got it
R SParker: ok
R SParker: don't see your pipes but they sound good
R SParker: you can stop the sound by clicking on the note again
You: I can hear them, veyr pretty
R SParker: good eh?
D Schomer: thanks
R SParker: ok D we discovered that the pipes are in a different keyD, we found the pipes are in a different key
D Schomer: ok
R SParker: so can you gice me the pipes back and I'll give you a flute for now
R SParker: thej we can try something together
D Schomer: i have never givin anything to any one befor
You: open your inventory
You: locate the pipes
You: and drag them onto R
R SParker: thanks
D Schomer: got it
You: you'll need to do the pipes and the HUD and any notecard or whatever as well
D Schomer: se the only thing i was never tagt how to read music
R SParker: no problem here
R SParker: we'll make it up as we go along!
You: you just need to read letters :)
You: yes, or even better make it up!
R SParker: can't see th flute
R SParker: still sounds good
R SParker: well done
R SParker: ok E and I have aliiltle tune you can try
R SParker: play E D C B A G A B descending scale
D Schomer: who r u talking to
R SParker: sorry you
D Schomer: me
R SParker: E needs a minute to practice
R SParker: so yes you first D
D Schomer: huh what do u need me to play
R SParker: E D C B A G A B
D Schomer: not good with memory
R SParker: ok no problem try E D C first
R SParker: good but start on E2
R SParker: you'll find it easier
R SParker: then B A G
R SParker: that's for you D
R SParker: so carry on down to B1 A 1 G1
R SParker: then A1 B1 to finish
R SParker: ok so all together
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D Schomer: let me wright down the notes brb
R SParker: no problem
D Schomer: tell me the note i play like 1a that stuff
R SParker: how are getting on?
You: that was pretty, are you going to have a go now?
R SParker: ok
You: if you write down the letters that R gave you, you just need to play them to the same timing as us
R SParker: E2 D2 C2 B1 A1 G1 A1 B1
You: maybe if we play one round first and you can hear when that comes to end and starts again and join in one the repeat
D Schomer: i got to g1
You: R can tell you when that comes up
R SParker: A1 B1 to finish
R SParker: so when you're eady dark wolf give it a go
D Schomer: k
D Schomer: 1
D Schomer: 2
D Schomer: 3
D Schomer: now
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R SParker: escellent then just keep going round
You: COOL!
R SParker: really well done D
E SParker grins happily
You: well done D that sounded brilliant!
D Schomer: i whent a little fast and whith u echoing me it sounded cool
R SParker: ok we could try that wityh the echo in
You: it was fab, Mr E is hanging around and he was very impressed
D Schomer: ok
R SParker: it is ghard to get exactly in time
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D Schomer: yhea
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D Schomer: on the cout of 3
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You: oh dear, pressed somehting I shouldn'ta
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You: go on D, you lead we'll follow
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R SParker: ok you start and we'll join in on 2nd and 3rd times
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D Schomer: 1
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R SParker: E on 2nd
D Schomer: 2
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D Schomer: 3
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You: argh, mine is stuck with the preloading thing
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You: can't make it stop adn play
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R SParker: ok
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D Schomer: got stuck
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R SParker: technical hitch with E
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R SParker: so you and me D
R SParker: ok she' back
You: ooh, am back in the game
D Schomer: ohfrom the begging
R SParker: ok
D Schomer: 1
D Schomer: 2
D Schomer: 3
You: luvverly
D Schomer: cool
R SParker: really nice
R SParker: ok let's try something else
D Schomer: good
R SParker: as we're in a japanese garden
R SParker: let's sticvk to the 'black' notes
D Schomer: k
R SParker: this way everything we play will fit together
You: who said konichiwa?!
D Schomer: me
You: :)
D Schomer: notes please
R SParker: so play anything you like on the balck notes
R SParker: just see what happens
D Schomer: k
R SParker: join in over the top of me if you like
You: mr E says wow!
R SParker: atmospheric Mr E?
You: so he thinks
D Schomer: cool i have no idea what notes i hit
R SParker: that's the joy of all playing black notes
You: but it sounded great
R SParker: it all sounds ok
D Schomer: yhea
You: I mishit one, there was a bum white note in there somewhere
D Schomer: ok!?
You: hmm, mis-hit
R SParker: I did it deliberately a couple of times
R SParker: just to see what happened
D Schomer: so it still sounded sweet
R SParker: this time try to settle on a pattern
R SParker: keep playing until you get something you like
R SParker: the repeat it
D Schomer: yhea that will not happen
R SParker: you can have rests as well
D Schomer: k
R SParker: ok
D Schomer: lets go
R SParker: ok
D Schomer: my dad said it sounds like spa musci
R SParker: agreed
You: lol, yes it does
You: now we know how they make it!
D Schomer: my dad is a massage theropist
R SParker: we'll send him a recording!
You: for a fee
R SParker: naturally
D Schomer: good one he is right here
R SParker: just seeing if we can get somewhere near a Blues
You: hello D's dad
D Schomer: hi
E SParker smiles
D Schomer: go have fun got to cook dinner for kid 1&2
R SParker: ok
You: brb
D Schomer: stop i whant my dad to hear the first song we played
R SParker: ok when E's back
R SParker: are you ok with all this D?
R SParker: it sounds great
D Schomer: yhea
R SParker: we've not tried this out with students before
R SParker: i'm really impressed with how quickly you're picking it up
R SParker: not easy playing together virtually
D Schomer: i am a quick learner
R SParker: yep I can tell!
R SParker: ok E?
You: hello am back, we can play the cannon again
D Schomer: i am going to start calling u teacher
R SParker: ok is D's dad ready?
D Schomer: yes
D Schomer: 2
D Schomer: 1
R SParker: ok we'll make this the last one for tonight
D Schomer: 1
D Schomer: 2
D Schomer: 3
D Schomer: E
You: mm?
D Schomer: yhea
You: what?
D Schomer: nothin
You: 'k
E SParker grins
You: wish I didn't have a cello sticking into my face, it hurts
You: is your dad impressed then D?
D Schomer: good job all
D Schomer: Ds dad
D Schomer: said
R SParker: thanks very much D's dad
You: :)
You: do we get to pass the hat round now?
You: audience of one?
D Schomer: $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
You: yay!
D Schomer: that was my dad
R SParker: the virtual hat is now full so that could be it from me for now
You: thank you D's dad, I think we have a sponsor for the band
R SParker: off to spend.......
You: me too
R SParker: thanks D
R SParker: good session
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You: first proper money I've seen in weeks with this cello - the elslets can eat tonight!
R SParker: can i have my flute back, D?
D Schomer: welcome my dad got a kick out of that
R SParker: please, sorry
You: nice to share a bit of schome with the real world :)
D Schomer: yhea if u were wondering kid 1&2 is my dads name for me and my sister
R SParker: so do you need to eat now?
D Schomer: no
R SParker: ok
D Schomer: he is cooking ham it has to thouh out
R SParker: ok
You: the E’lets are number 1 son and number 2 son
R SParker: i need to put my kids to bed now so i'll be off
You: right, this has been a great session but I have to go
D Schomer: that was fun
D Schomer: k
You: R’lets and E’lets all to bed!
You: night night
R SParker: ok flute D please?
R SParker: to keep safe for next time?
You: oh yes D, we need to give th einstruments back so that R can hold on to them
R SParker: thanks you
R SParker: brilliant
R SParker: we'll try again maybe soon D
You: see you both soon, maybe at the math's session next sunday evening...
E SParker winks
You: bye
R SParker: look outon the events board and bring a friend if you like
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Music Session 2

R SParker: hi E
You: hello F
R SParker: so do we all want to play ?
F Schomer: yup yup
F Schomer: :D
You: yuppity yup
H SParker: sounds good
You: we sound like yappy dogs F
F Schomer: lol
F Schomer: :P
R SParker: ok
R SParker: F, cello or flute?
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F Schomer: cello
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F Schomer: I play it in real life
F Schomer: :)
M SParker: Can you play it E?
You: ace!
R SParker: ok coming over but I will need it back at the end!
H SParker: Very nice - is it in tune
You: sort off
You: *of
You: ask R, his cello
You: I just have it on loan
R SParker: ok F choose wear
R SParker: and then open the HUD with the green square
F Schomer: hooray
R SParker: you will then need to play all the notes to get the cello to respond quickly
F Schomer: I can't hear it
M SParker: I hear someone
R SParker: wec an
H SParker: I name that tune in one
You: play the same note again to finish
M SParker: "in one" is a stange name for a tune
H SParker: lol
F Schomer: gah I cannot hear
ED Schomer: hi
You: is your sound on F?
M SParker: Hi ED
R SParker: Hi ED
You: hello ED
ED Schomer: hi
F Schomer: I can hear!
R SParker: you want a flute ED?
ED Schomer: ok
R SParker: for loan only
ED Schomer: ok
You: brb
ED Schomer: ok
M SParker: I've never looked for musical instruments on the MG
You: there are a lot about
M SParker wonders how E's wings are going to help her play
You: there are lots on cetlment
You: my wings are very tuneful
You: *actually*
You: afk
R SParker: ED choose wear
M SParker: hmm must be sympathetic resonance!
R SParker: then ED open the HUD
Jokester Schomer: did anyone see a guitar laying on the ground
ED Schomer: i cant open teh hud
R SParker: green square
ED Schomer: ok
ED Schomer: thz
R SParker: then play all the notes
R SParker: it works more quickly
M SParker: nice flute!
ED Schomer: thz
R SParker: ok I have pipes as well but they're in a different key!
R SParker: so we can't all play together
M SParker: D'oh!
R SParker: so lets try flutes and cello first
ED Schomer: my flute won't play...
R SParker: how about now ED?
R SParker: OK E has a little piece to play
R SParker: and we can all join in
ED Schomer: who is playing flute now?
You: ED are you wearing the HUD?
F Schomer: brb
R SParker: Is that F playing?
ED Schomer: no me but it wont animate
F Schomer: back
R SParker: ok
ED Schomer: i can get a sound now, but my av does not animate
M SParker: maybe you have an ao active?
ED Schomer: wats an ao
M SParker: animationm override
R SParker: F try C G A E F C F G
R SParker: start on C2 the G1 A 1 E 1 F 1 C 1 F1 G1 listen to E
R SParker: then join in when you can
F Schomer: cello concerto
F Schomer: :P
M SParker: Ah a ground bass
H SParker: Pachabel
ED Schomer: it wont wrok, r there any other instruments?
M SParker: Indeed
R SParker: ED try E2, D2, C2 B1 A1 G1 A1 B1
ED Schomer: what r they
You: the letters on the HUD
You: wear the hud then click on the little green button if you can't see piano keys
R SParker: Pachelbel is a good start me thinks!
M SParker: very simple
H SParker: Excellent - I am a music teacher in RL and that sounds good enough for GCSE!!
M SParker claps silently
R SParker: Me too
R SParker: any one ready to join in?
M SParker: Anything I can play?
R SParker: H, csan you transpose?
H SParker: hopefully!!
R SParker: the pan[pipes are in a different key but you can try
H SParker: OK
ED Schomer: thz
You: M would you like a go?
M SParker: You play divinely E
R SParker: M do you want the panpipes?
You: lol, why thank you kind sir
M SParker: I can't transpose!
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R SParker: but maybe you could try something with H?
M SParker: or any of that transcopy type stuff
R SParker: have a go anyway
M SParker: OK
ED Schomer: is there a way for the flute 2 animate
ED Schomer: no one explained wat u meant by ao
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F Schomer: brb
H SParker: ok i am ready
M SParker: it means animation override
ED Schomer: how can i checj it
M SParker: basically another animation you have enabled
You: animation override ED
H SParker: bit of lag
M SParker: How do I get the HUD to show nots?
You: try going to stop all animations, which I think is under world in the menu
You: click ont he green button M
ED Schomer: but how do I check my anoimation overide? where is it?
R SParker: Open the HUd M
M SParker: aha!
You: nope, it's under tools ED
R SParker: the play all the notes to get rid of the lag
ED Schomer: no its not making any difference
ED Schomer: please could i try a different instrumnet
R SParker: did you choose Wear ED?
F Schomer: back
ED Schomer: yes
R SParker: ok
You: try looking down everything in your inventory and see if anything is in bold and showing as worn or active that might be an animation
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ED Schomer: please could you try it?
R SParker: ok
ED Schomer: i have given them back to you
You: brb
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R SParker: the speed of your machine makes a difference too
You: where did ED go?
M SParker: OK I think I have all my notes
R SParker: ok M do you want a flute instead?
M SParker: Aaargh!
M SParker: I just got my notes!
R SParker: no transpostiion problems!!
M SParker: OK!
R SParker: your choice?
M SParker: I'll try it
R SParker: ok swap for the pipes?
H SParker: Got to go guys
R SParker: ok thanks for coming in
You: bye H
H SParker: Will be back again - sounds great bye for now. Over the Rainbow
F Schomer: hehe
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R SParker: duet F?
F Schomer: okie doke
F Schomer: :)
R SParker: i'll catch you up
M SParker: / hey E, we re surrounded with talent!
F Schomer: :)
R SParker: need some harmony?
R SParker: back to Pachelbel maybe?
You: I am in awe
F Schomer: :D
You: my hud is wildly misbehaving
M SParker: not exacly together!
R SParker: E lead off
R SParker: then D
R SParker: then M
R SParker: keep repeating
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R SParker: E ready or hace you lost the cello?
M SParker: Earth to E
R SParker: gone
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R SParker: ok F start
You: oh sorry, was distracted
F Schomer: okay :)
R SParker: ok E start
R SParker: very effective folks
You: cool!
M SParker: I almost convinvd myself!
M SParker: Can you play with keybosrd keys?
R SParker: we could try something else - E try A G F E slowly
F Schomer: I'm afraid I have to go now
F Schomer: thanks very much
F Schomer: was very fun
F Schomer: :)
F Schomer: bye all!
You: bye F
R SParker: OK F well done bye
M SParker: Bye F!
R SParker: cello please
You: oh yes F, you have to give your instrument back!
M SParker: Bye the way, I don't actually see E holding a cello!
R SParker: thanks
F Schomer: byee
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R SParker: bye
M SParker: Yet she still plays divinley!
You: it's coz I'm magic M
You: in oh so many ways
R SParker: E can you try those notes again?
R SParker: A G F E
R SParker: bit slower
R SParker: M any white notes are Ok here
M SParker: I tried to do third harminy to E, but mistook the intervals
t Schomer: anyone got some brass
You: money or trumpet?
R SParker: Hi T
t Schomer: trupet
t Schomer: hi
R SParker: only pipes
t Schomer: you need some brass
M SParker: Hi T
You: do you play t?
t Schomer: its not worth having id there aint no brass
t Schomer: yuo
t Schomer: what are the pipe like
M SParker: T can have my fulte
t Schomer: thank you
R SParker: ok thanks M
M SParker: T, these aree on loan from R (no copy)
M SParker: you wear both
R SParker: yes
t Schomer: ok
R SParker: open the HUD t - green square
You: am going to have to go now people
You: nice to see everyone, thanks for the session R
M SParker: I am out of time too
R SParker: thanks E np
You: bye
R SParker: bye