This time we will go over the process of digitizing a shellac.
From the physical cleaning, needle, digitizing process
(while you hear the recording directly from shellac),
and a digital clean to be able to play that track at a milonga.
Join us restoring a track from the 30s | The complete process!It is open for everybody!!!
Feel free to share with friends :)
The meeting will be transmitted via zoom, and you will be asked for the passcode.
Bring your headphones!! :)
See you soon!
The event is free of charge. However, if you would like to support the concept and investment, please click the botton below to leave a contribution.CONTRIBUTION
Recognition and analyses on the four elements a tango composer can work with to create a composition. Conductors decisions and how to bring this orchestration to a body interpretation.
Analyses on the qualities of the sounds produced by the different musicians and how is the attack-decay-sustain-release (ADSR) curve of the sound.
Embodying the ADSR into the tango dance to create qualities of movements that match closer the intentions of the musicians and composition.
All Material is supported by
Historical moments that make those elements something important to represent in our dance.
Dance technical concepts in order to make the learning journey easier.
Plenty of visualizations for faster understanding of musical elements.
The final destination of the training is to create movements with meaning, dancing together side by side with the musical composition and instrumentation, boosting our expression thanks to the way we work with the music.
If the evolution of the course allows it, we will also overlay the stylistic approach, milonguero-style and salon-style differences, orchestras particularities, and decisions, to integrate into our dance.
We really believe that the best dancers we have seen or experienced had a great balance of many tango layers. They were not only good in sequences and steps or just good in musicality. There is a fully holistic approach behind their dance, which is usually hard to find as students. Why? Well, we think it is because all these layers are frequently taught separately and it is left to the student, to connect them.
Our intention of assisting in this hole of the learning process is what had inspired our workshops and classes worldwide.
In addition, at the beginning of 2021, we did a survey on what dancers thought was needed in the "learning tango journey".
The result couldn’t be more holistic! confirming the idea that sharing tango from a multi-layer perspective and creating sense from any angle, do make a change in students from any level.
Throughout the course, we will respect the interest distribution that came out from the survey:
Orchestras and History