|ELECTRONIC KEYBOARD||GUITAR||DRUMS||VIOLIN||RECORDER||PIANO||THEORY OF MUSIC|
An electronic keyboard (also called digital keyboard, portable keyboard, or home keyboard) is an electronic or digital keyboard instrument.
The major components of a typical modern electronic keyboard are:
Musical Keyboard: The white and black piano-style keys which the player presses connect the switches, which trigger the electronic note or other sound. Most keyboards use a keyboard matrix circuit to reduce the amount of wiring that is needed.
User Interface Software: A program (usually embedded in a computer chip) which handles user interaction with control keys and menus, which allows the user to select tones (e.g., piano, organ, flute, drum kit), effects (reverb, echo, telephones or sustain), and other features (e.g., transposition, an electronic drum machine)
Computerized Musical Arranger: A software program which produces rhythms and chords by the means of computerized commands, typically MIDI.
Sound generator/sound chip: An electronic sound module or a musical synthesizer typically contained within an integrated circuit or chip, which is capable of accepting MIDI commands and producing sounds.
Amplifier and Speaker: A low to middle-powered audio amplifier and speakers that amplify the sounds so that the listener can hear them.
Facilities in Our School: Each student has the Instrument provided in the school for the scheduled classes. Thus it reduces the risk of carrying one to School. Once enrolled for the program the student will be provided with the materials for studying. All the study materials are purely structured with notations keeping the originality of music from basic to advanced level. The centre is also centralized with Air Conditioning. Separate cabins are allocated for Students appearing for exams. Practical and Theory classes are conducted separately with test and evaluation thus improving the Music Knowledge of the student. The Instruments are categorized into certain levels: 1. Beginner- the fresh joiners, small kids etc 2. Intermediate- for students who needs accompaniment(playing with both hands) etc 3. Advanced- the students appearing for exams and other projects etc Thus the students will be allocated to any one of the above level once enrolled. And as they grow the levels too change.