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iRubric: Music Tech 3 - MPA 1 rubric

iRubric: Music Tech 3 - MPA 1 rubric

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First marking period assessment rubric for Music Technology 3 students.
Powered by iRubric MT3 - MPA1
  Developing
1 pts
Proficient
2 pts
Accomplished
3 pts
Distinguished
4 pts
Procedure
25 %
Proper handling of equipment
Developing

Much equipment is not handled according to the instructed methods. This includes the sequence of powering up the console and monitors, running cables, using microphone clips, handling microphones, stands, and instruments.
Proficient

Some equipment is handled according to the instructed methods. This includes the sequence of powering up the console and monitors, running cables, using microphone clips, handling microphones, stands, and instruments.
Accomplished

Most equipment is handled according to the instructed methods. This includes the sequence of powering up the console and monitors, running cables, using microphone clips, handling microphones, stands, and instruments.
Distinguished

All equipment is handled according to the instructed methods. This includes the sequence of powering up the console and monitors, running cables, using microphone clips, handling microphones, stands, and instruments.
Organization
20 %
Management of equipment
Developing

Little to no evidence of a well-thought out, logical approach to the setup. Lines are set up haphazardly and channels are set without evidence of intent. Some mic placements are inappropriate or not optimal for their application.
Proficient

Some evidence of a well-thought out, logical approach to the setup. Lines are set up with some thought and channels are generally set with intent. Some mic placements are inappropriate or not optimal for their application.
Accomplished

Evidence of a well-thought out, logical approach to the setup. Lines are set up methodically and channels are generally set with intent. Mic placements are for the most part logical and appropriate for the application.
Distinguished

Clear evidence of a well-thought out, logical approach to the setup. Lines are set up methodically, channels are set with intent and mic placements are logical and appropriate for the application.
Microphones
30 %
Selections and configurations
Developing

No microphones used on one or more instruments for the assessment.
Proficient

Microphone selections appear random. Microphone configurations requiring pairings are set with unpaired microphones and may not be set appropriately, relative to the intended pairing selection.
Accomplished

Microphone selections are made with a clear idea of intended sound capture. Microphone configurations requiring pairings are complete with paired sets but may not be set appropriately, relative to the pairing selection.
Distinguished

Microphone selections are made with a clear idea of intended sound capture. Microphone configurations requiring pairings are complete with paired sets and set accordingly.
Console Management
25 %
Use and understanding of the board
Developing

Cable management into the console is careless and unorganized. No understanding of functions of the channels is evident (i.e., +48V, Gain, HF, LF, etc.).
Proficient

Cable management into the console is somewhat careless and unorganized. Little understanding of functions of the channels is evident (i.e., +48V, Gain, HF, LF, etc.).
Accomplished

Cable management into the console is mostly methodical and logical. Some understanding of functions of the channels is evident (i.e., +48V, Gain, HF, LF, etc.).
Distinguished

Cable management into the console is methodical and logical. Understanding of functions of the channels is evident (i.e., +48V, Gain, HF, LF, etc.).



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