Delhi government launches Music Bus with recording studios to train future musicians

Delhi government launches Music Bus with recording studios to train future musicians

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Category : State Published on: September 19 2021

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·        Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday launched a mobile music classroom and recording studio, aimed at helping children from government schools in Delhi pursue their passion in music.

·        The Delhi government claimed it is India's first 'mobile music bus', and aims to train children through a media-based curriculum, including audio production and film production, to help them build sustainable careers in these fields.

·        The 'Music Bus Studio' is also equipped with a Smart TV, which will be used to share digital educational music videos on issues related to socio-emotional health and wellness. The studio is also equipped with enough power back up to last for at least eight hours without electricity.

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