Global Music Visions C.I.C. updates February and March 2020

With Toucan Diversity Training Ltd we facilitated some Visual Impairment Awareness training sessions for the staff and volunteers at the Mary Rose Museum. We have also completed some lyric writing and song composition sessions with Losing My Sight UK. The two groups now have a demo track each, which they will use for rehearsing to before having them recorded. The GMV Music group is continuing to work on their projects.

The GMV Music group of 4 is standing on the grass facing away from the camera. In front of them are green bushes. The group is recording ambient sounds. One person is standing holding a microphone out in front of them as another person to their right is holding the mic leads. Another member is standing behind them wearing headphones and listening to the sounds being recorded, watched by another person. David is standing in the middle of the group supporting with the recording. Sunlight is shining over the tops of houses in the background.
A photo of the group outside recording different sounds.

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Global Music Visions C.I.C. updates January and February 2020

We started the New Year with two new projects. First of all we worked with Rachel Goodall to create the backing track for her show called “Victory Day”. Also, with support from Music Fusion, we started another Inclusive Music Project at Toynbee School. We have also continued to facilitate 1to1 and small group music workshops.

Included is a picture of the group. One is sitting on a chair in front of a mic stand, listening to the recording. Another person is sitting at a table in front of the MIDI keyboard, also listening to the recording, whilst a third participant is sitting in front of a laptop monitoring the vocal mic levels, and adjusting when needed, supported by David.
A photo of the group during a workshop.

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Global Music Visions C.I.C. Updates December 2019

It has been another busy month. We completed the backing track for Rachel Goodall and her performance of her original show “The Shoes That Were Danced Through”. We are continuing to deliver group music workshops with the GMV Music Group, and we have also facilitated a taster session at Craneswater Junior School, which will hopefully lead to new opportunities, in the future. We are still working on our first audio book trial, alongside supporting two groups of adults to create original songs for an upcoming project, which you will hear more about soon.

Included is a photo of the group of five pupils. The laptop is open on the table in front of two of the pupils, and the MIDI keyboard is on the table in front of the other three pupils. David is crouching between the two groups of pupils.
Pupils at Craneswater Junior School enjoying a Taster Music Workshop.

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Global Music Visions C.I.C. Updates September, October & November 2019

Things may have appeared quiet from us for a little while, but it has been busy the last few months. We have continued to deliver both 1 2 1, and group music workshops for people of all ages, made new connections, which will hopefully lead to new opportunities, and started work on our first audio book trial, with support from Ben Whyntie at The Old Blacksmiths Studios Portsmouth. Also we are supporting groups to create original songs for an upcoming project, which you will hear more about soon.

Included is a picture of Ben Whyntie and David Shervill sitting in front of the studio work surface with different plugin windows open on the screen, and speakers positioned at head height behind them. The shape of an Anvil is visible on the back wall.
A picture of David and Ben in the studio Control Room.
Included is a picture of Richard Miller narrating the audiobook in the studio. He is wearing headphones, and is standing in front of the Microphone holding his script. Old script is on the floor in front of him. There are three rectangular shaped acoustic treatment panels on the right side of the photo, positioned vertically across the wall. There are also panels on the ceiling above him.
A picture of Richard in the studio Live Room.

To find out more about The Old Blacksmiths Studios here is a link to the website: www.oldblacksmiths.com

 

Providing computer music software workshops and consultancy, for blind, visually impaired and disabled people of all ages.

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