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Marilyn Pena
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Shiela Gonzaga
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Francis Kevin Parreno
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Myra Fe Grecia
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Mary Grace Villamor
Bejie Tadlas
Jun Takahashi

1st Grade

department of community development studies

Iori Yamaguchi

1st Grade

department of community development studies

Sanshiro Atsumi
Hana Sato
Kanei Sugano

2nd Grade

primary education

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Taiga Yamamoto

2nd Grade

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Kotono Ishikawa

2nd Grade

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2nd Grade

primary education

2nd Grade

Global Communication Studies

Project Leaders

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Hayato Yamamoto

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​Riho Kunimochi

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Momona Okada

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Music Programming

Step-by-step guide for how to make a music video

Step 1 Making groups

Both DCSS students and college students will be organized  into 5 groups.  Each group consists of 2 to 3 students and 2 to 3 college students

Step 2 Composing songs

Both students can share their songs easily with each other via social networks. Both students will finish their own songs cooperatively.

College Students in each group put a selected Chord into a melody line and

record and send it to DCSS students.

DCSS students combine the melody lines  college students made with various music and sound effect loops.

College Students in each group put a selected Chord into a melody line and record and send it to DCSS students.

Step 3 Making Lyrics

Both Students make lyrics together  into their  songs.

Step 4 Shoot Videos

Both students create storyboards for each scene.

Both students will plan the shoot together

Step 5 Editing Videos

College students will edit music videos.

Program Schedule

May 1: Music Video Submission

Misha Multicultural Festival will accept paperless via Misha Multicultural Festival.com from May 1 through August 31.