Little Secrets - Passion Pit - Cover performed by Wendy Anggerani and Ensemble for her Master's Recital.
Little Secrets - Passion Pit, written by Michael Angelakos from Manners (French Kiss, 2009)
Wendy's notes - It is said that Michael Angelakos had written most if not all the songs in the album using a laptop. Almost every sound you hear in the song is artificial, mainly using the saw wave. This song was my first choice when i was thinking about the repertoire for the performance. On this song i will do a solo that is inspired by George Duke, one of the most influential synth players.
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To study music at AIM is all about having a fun, professional, academic experience, that helps set you up for a diverse lifelong career in the music industry, from performing to studio work, teaching, publishing, entertainment management, music business and a whole lot more, all connected as part of the AIM learning experience.
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Integration is the name of the game at AIM with six music departments on offer. Students focus on one major area of study but can integrate across other areas of study through a wide range of elective choices. AIM departments include; contemporary performance, music theatre, classical performance, composition and music production, audio technology and entertainment management, taught by some of the finest industry practitioners available in Australia.
So whilst a student may for example take audio as their major study, they can also choose to take units from any one of the other five major areas. In this way, students build a portfolio of music, audio, entertainment & business skills to create diverse career opportunities.
From AIM's annual showcase where students have the opportunity to perform on stage with full production to a full house, comes smaller creative projects where the journey of writing, producing and recording a song in the studio can be documented on video and placed on the web through AIMtv, as part of the AIM learning and artist development experience.
At the completion of two years of intensive study at AIM, students graduate with a Bachelor of Music degree majoring in one of six areas or a Bachelor of Entertainment Management. Equipped with state of the art Q Recording Studios, 300-seat concert hall, 60-seat intimate performance space, fully equipped Apple Mac labs, performing arts library and over 1000 students, the Australian Institute of Music offers the complete educational experience.