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Music Museum Present
Music Museum Present
Music Museum Present
Music Museum Present
Music Museum Present
Music Museum Present
Music Museum Present
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    • 1. Interactive Music Museum Created by: The Music Team
    • 2.  
    • 3.
      • Explore Music through the generations and through
      • different generas
      • Provide visitors with the first hand experience
      • of real musicians
      • Educate visitors through video shows and kiosks
      Main Objectives
    • 4. Interaction
      • They will be able to participate in a mock radio interview, explore and create music using computer programs, actually try out musical instruments, and film music videos and play a concert through a pre-chosen list of songs.
        • Our visitors will feel as if they are the musicians
        • themselves. They get the opportunity to experience
        • what it is like to be a rock star
    • 5. ... Continued
      • They'll also take back the historical events in music,
      • as well as exploring new forms of music and genres
      • that they might not be accustomed to
      • We will also provide historical pieces through music,
      • such as instruments from famous musicians, old
      • record contracts, concert billings, rare artist
      • photos and facts from the beginnings of rock and
      • roll to the present
    • 6. Informational Kiosks
      • These kiosks will provide musical history and facts
      • about all kinds of artists and music they play.
      • Visitors will be able to interact with them using
      • video screens, in which you can play games,
      • take quizzes, see videos, and look at pictures from
      • all kinds of musical events and perspectives.
      • Through these kiosks, visitors can listen to music,
      • write and create their own music, view biographies
      • of various musicians and bands, and see the evolution
      • of music through the years in a videography.
    • 7.  
    • 8. Interactive “Rock Star” Zones
      • Visitors will be allowed to pick from a extensive list
      • of songs, and create music videos for them, as well as
      • being able to perform songs in a mock concert. As part
      • of the rock star treatment, visitors will be able to be walk
      • on a mock red carpet, where interviewers ask questions
      • and your biggest fans will be there to scream your name.
      • Also, visitors can pick their favorite radio stations to hold
      • a mock interview with. After all the glamour and glitz
      • of rock stardom, visitors will be able to use all kinds of
      • musical instruments, from guitars to drums to keyboards.
    • 9. Music Artifacts Exhibit
      • In this exhibit, visitors will actually get to experience the
      • history and see the real evidence of musical progression.
      • They will be able to see famous pieces of history,
      • such as Kurt Cobain’s guitar, Elvis Presley’s first
      • record contract, and an official Woodstock ticket.
      • Music fans may appreciate this section as they get to
      • see the actual artifacts of the musicians and their
      • contributions in person.
    • 10. Visitors
      • They will visit our museum to have fun and to be
      • educated about the other side of music and the
      • lifestyle that goes with it
      • Our visitors can be of all ages, yet teens and young
      • adults, as well as current musicians may take away
      • more from this exhibit
      • We want our visitors to explore their creativity by
      • actually using an insturment and creating their own
      • music
    • 11. Motivation to Visit
      • To motivate our visitors to enter in to the world of
      • music, we would advertise and let them explore the
      • real life of a rock star in all of its glory.
      • By presenting a highly interactive world, people will
      • draw to this exhibit to fulfill their dreams and to
      • experience what some of their heroes get to do

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