Sara Farnor’s Website

music.sarafarnor.com

I decided to keep it simple. I didn’t want it to be too busy. In the main menu I have Home, Bio, Music, Video, and Contact. The Bio page tells you a little bit about myself. The Music and Video pages will take you to the music and video posts that will be for the assignments for this class. The Contact page is obviously to try to get in touch with me. My social media links are in the side bar.

Aaron Dyke Website

Visit my website!

My website has come together quite nicely with help from the Digital Knowledge center on campus! As you can see, I have six menu buttons with the first being “Home” which will redirect to the homepage of my site. The rest of the buttons in order are: “Bio” which takes you to a page to learn a little background information on myself, “Music” which will later take you to all blog posts specific to my created music, “Videos” which will later take you to all blog posts specific to my videos, “Soundcloud” which redirects you to my Soundcloud to see all my music in one quick view place, and “Contact” which takes you to a contact form if you wished to personally contact me. Further features of my website include a social section on the right-hand sidebar which has links to my social media and a menu bar that follows the page even when you scroll away. I plan to write some short non-assignment related blog posts to keep the website interesting.

Shane Thin Website

http://music.shane-thin.net/

I’ve been using a site similar to Bandcamp called Reverbnation for quite some time and I opted to link my account to RN instead on my site.

The menus I have are the main menu (home), About, Compositions, and Links. The About page has a brief bio entailing my past music experience. The compositions page has four songs that I’ve previously composed and recorded, and, in my biased opinion, they’re pretty good. The links page provides links to my profile on other sites, such as Soundcloud and Youtube.

I also added a widget for a calender, my facebook page, and recent comments, located on the sidebar.

On the bottom, I added additional social media links, such as Twitter.

 

Hi! This is Tram H and my website for the class

So far, the pages I have are Home, About, Music, Art, Events, and Contact. The Home page just makes it easy for users to go to my most recent posts. The About page has a picture of me and Chester (the cat) and a brief introduction. I intend to post future assignments from class under the Music page. The Art page is for me to post artworks I find inspirational and add more content to the website. The Event page will list the times of my radio show (if I get accepted as a DJ for the WMWC Radio) and concerts or events I’m attending. Contact page is for you to directly contact me for whatever reasons. Finally, my social media accounts are icons link on the sidebar.

Unnur Sigurgeirsdottir

Hey guys, This is My Website !

I haven’t done much with it yet, the two menus I have at the moment are: “About Me” and “Social Media” . The About Me page already has a bio in it, including a couple of songs from my Soundcloud. The Social Media page has my Facebook, Instagram, and Souncloud. I am excited to expand it and fill it with the projects we do throughout the semester!

Blindside Music

http://music.blindsidearchive.com/

Here’s my site everyone. The menu items i created were bio, blog, contact me, and music. I added the Bio page just so visitors could get to know who I am before the peruse the site. I felt the blog page was significant, because there could be any point in time during the semester where I might have particular feelings about an aspect of the class and blogging would be the easiest channel for me to get that out. The contact me page is necessary because anyone who would potentially want to collab or ask questions would have an effective means of doing so. The music page needs no explanation as this is Tech for musicians. I intend on posting all of my work from class and any new pieces of art that I create in the near future. I hope you all love how it looks.

Lily Flores Website (Carmen Liliana)

Hiya! Here is the link to my website!

http://carmenliliana.com/

I worked very hard on my website, and I will definitely be updating it regularly. I choose the theme because the main banner on the homepage has a link that takes you straight to my Tech for Musicians page (that is for you Mark!). I made different pages, including an about me, music, videos, photos, events, blog, tech for musicians and contact form. I have organized them under headings so that it looks cleaner. My tech for musicians page will have all of my class assignments so that it is all located in onw place.  I am hoping to populate the other pages throughout the course of the semester with projects from class but also personal stuff. I also hope to be able to write blogs. I had to create a twitter, soundcloud, facebook page, and youtube channel because I did not have any of that! Feel free to follow #teamfollowback. (links are all on my website.)

My hope for the website is to have it nice and full with content by the end of the semester!

Aliyah Fowler’s Website

I created a calendar, about me, project, and a comment menu on my site. The about me links you to my biography along with a picture of me, the calendar lists out future assignments, the project menu will contain future projects and the comment menu allows for people to send me commentary. I intend to add other assignments I complete to this site as well as event listings/footage of the String Ensemble.

http://mutc100.aliyahfowlermusic.com/