Digital Music Maker Badge
Digital Music Maker Badge

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By earning this badge the learner has demonstrated advance creativity and innovation skills by discovering how to arrange digital instruments to create a cohesive piece of music. The learner has also demonstrated skill development in digital media by Learning how to use digital music software to create multiply original pieces of music.


Badge Type: skill

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