Articles about Popular Music Pedagogy

Creative Conceptualisation: Nurturing Creative Practice Through the Popular Music Pedagogy of Live Recording Production
IASPM Journal (2015) Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 139-156

Record production is a major aspect of many tertiary-based popular music education programs. It is a practice that involves the capturing of an artist’s vision and is realised when that vision draws an emotional response from the listener. In professional ...

Staying in Sync: Keeping Popular Music Pedagogy Relevant to an Evolving Music Industry
IASPM Journal (2015) Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 124-138

The Bachelor of Popular Music (BPM) program operates in purpose built facilities on the Gold Coast campus of Griffith University (Queensland, Australia). The degree design replicates how musicians progress outside formal learning contexts in an enhanced higher education environment, including ...