Music Technology Instructor within Capital's Conservatory of Music.
Today Schmitt teaches classes in web development, music technology and audio production. He is committed to developing immersive educational experiences that include student trips to Nashville, Chicago and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Schmitt believes in equipping his students with the correct tools, encouraging them to swing for the fences and using successes and failures as cherished teaching moments.
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Hocking College School of Music
I was the Coordinating Instructor for Associate in Applied Business in Music Management with a Specialization in Production at Hocking College.
In addition, I produced music concerts throughout the year, coordinated our student-run record label Can't Live Without Records, maintained the School of Music social network and supervised Washington Hall studio managers.
Columbus State Community College
Adjunct Instructor in New Media
This course I created aggregates introductory yet, powerful tools to navigate the exciting worlds of media creation and communication using both a standard Macintosh computer and powerful Web 2.0 programs. Students will create an exhilarating variety of music, digital photography and video projects that will not only focus on the creating and manipulating of original content but also the variety of methods of sharing such content with friends, family and the world.
Rock and Roll Summer Camp Experience at Hocking College
Founder and Instructor
Campers created original songs in the Mac lab using Garageband. Short lectures and listening sessions touched on songwriting basics and the language of music. Eventually campers were brought together to write and record at least one original song in the studio.
Campers came up with their own band names and logos. We held band photo shoots and finally created a website where we could upload our final content.