MARTA CWIKLA / SOUNDSCAPES
INTERACTIVE PLATFORM FOR IMAGINATION, CREATIVITY AND MUSICAL INTUITION DEVELOPMENT
SOUNDSCAPES is my personal educational project where I want everyone to experiment to be a composer. JUST TRY IT! - It's great!!!!
I am uploading here MUSICAL SOUNDSCAPES - a film like music with cinematic sounds.
Anyone can FREE DOWNLOAD and modify the SOUNDSCAPE or its parts in any creative way.
You can add personal interpretation using instruments, vocals, beats, or electronics. You can remix it as you like or use it - as it is - for your dance, theater, or art performance.
If you need separated tracks - MIDI or AUDIO - please contact me by e-mail.
If you like to inspire global creativity and GLOBAL ARTS DIALOG
- share your creation!
Please send me an e-mail and I will publish it at the next page:
Once a while, I will be uploading short lessons, encouraging you to experiment with improvisational techniques, and giving some tips about music edition.
You will find here musical pieces, with a very different mood.
They illustrate how, by using only midi piano and one's own voice, you can create your compositions, podcasts, sound design and music for film, theater, dance, or be a Dj.
You may train a therapeutic aspect of music as well:
- you can create a Musical Diary, that captures your emotions and frees your Spirit (I show how I do it daily on the first video)
- by permitting yourself to improvise and break the 'rules' - you can develop
self-expression, self-confidence, communication skills and trust that will help you to play with a Partner.
I hope that with all participants of SOUNDSCAPES we can create in the near Future amazing live performance and publish CD/DVD that will inspire more united creativity.
I also hope that this Project will encourage schools to focus on CREATIVITY DEVELOPMENT and share my
methods. They are fruits of many years of multicultural research culminated with an MA thesis at the Danish Royal Academy of Music in 2016 - called 'Global Music Connection Method'.
The project 'SOUNDSCAPES' is supported by the Polish Ministry of Culture
and National Heritage with a grant program 'CULTURE IN NETWORK'