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International Journal of New Developments in Education, 2023, 5(20); doi: 10.25236/IJNDE.2023.052011.

Exploration and analysis of the use of modern electronic equipment in music laboratories to assist college course teaching


Li Cheng

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Li Cheng

School of Music & Dancing, Lingnan Normal University, Zhanjiang, 524048, China


In the music laboratory of colleges and universities, for students majoring in music, because the teaching techniques are different from those of general majors, and the particularity of students' creative learning, music courses are taught through practice, experiment and exploration. In today's society, with the continuous development of science and technology, the Internet and education have developed in parallel and become key factors that affect the destiny of the times. In the process of development, people organically combine the two, and educational informatization has gradually emerged and developed. The so-called educational informatization mainly refers to modern information technology based on modern electronic equipment (computer multimedia and network communications) in the context of information socialization. The development of educational informatization has broken the geographical limitations of education and has important practical significance for colleges and universities in course teaching. The number of people using modern electronic devices is increasing rapidly, not only for communication, information search and entertainment (viewing photos and video materials, communicating in social networks, as a platform for video games, etc.), but also for educational and creative purposes ( painting, composing, etc.). Academic musicians, educators, and theorists gradually became involved in this process, hoping to use modern electronic equipment to achieve their goals. Especially during the three-year quarantine period, online teaching used modern electronic equipment to the extreme, and fundamentally adjusted our courses and work habits. Therefore, the use of modern electronic equipment (especially computer technology) in music laboratories has been used successfully by many composers and performers for tasks such as sound synthesis, gesture control and automatic or computer-assisted composition. Continuous advances in computer processing power and data analysis techniques have also created an environment that offers great potential for music theory research. It's now not only possible to apply the same type of pattern recognition algorithms to music that make tasks like automatic speech recognition and optical character recognition possible, but it can also be accomplished using a simple desktop or laptop computer.


modern electronic equipment; Music laboratory; Auxiliary course teaching; Autonomous classification engine

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Li Cheng. Exploration and analysis of the use of modern electronic equipment in music laboratories to assist college course teaching. International Journal of New Developments in Education (2023) Vol. 5, Issue 20: 59-64. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJNDE.2023.052011.


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