Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) as a Platform of Creative Musical Performance Experience
The future of world development seems to be influenced and around by the practice of technology as daily basis. Data by Simon Kemp with the Kepios Team of Data Reportal (Kemp, 2021) shows that there are over 3 billion smart phones, gadgets and 4.80 billion users of internet globally and the numbers continue to growth. Without any doubt we can all agree that technology has now become a ‘need’ for every sectors (Nicklin, Velikova, Boele, 2020). The art and education sectors that persist a ‘human touch’ and verbal communication has now begun to fluctuate impacted by the practice of technology. As the global begin to develop, the culture also developed (Sudirana, 2020). Current situation of art and education has now developed and technology-based practice are now critically required in order to practice social distancing due the pandemic of covid 19, especially here in Malaysia. This study will look into the implementation of digital audio workstation (DAW) as a platform of creative musical experience in education and also creative process.
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