If your serial number is for a different language than the installation language you select (for example, you purchased a German Creative Suite, but attempt to install it in English), you will get an invalid serial number error. Reinstall the product, choose the correct language, and enter the serial number when prompted.
The Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool is designed to run after you uninstall your Adobe application. Run the appropriate uninstaller to remove the application producing the invalid serial number error first, and then run the Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool.
Another workaround is to use IP unnumbered interfaces on the cloud. This is also a problem for administrators who manage the WAN based on IP addresses of the serial lines. This is a typical configuration for RTA and RTB:
Point-to-point links: These could be physical or logical (subinterfaces) point-to-point serial link connections. These links could be numbered (an IP address is configured on the link) or unnumbered.
MUSIC 5 is a course on listening, with emphasis on the relationship between musical style and historical context. Students will learn the basic skills of informed music-listening: how to hear and describe melody (phrase structure; motive; developmental strategies), harmony (the basic principles of the tonal system), rhythm (meter, tempo, and their application), timbre (including a full knowledge of the instrumental families [strings, winds, brass, percussion] and voice types), and texture (monophony, homophony, polyphony). Students will also become familiar with the eras of western musical history, and to consider relationships between musical style and non-musical developments (e.g. the intellectual environment of the Enlightenment and the Classical style in music). The course begins with an introduction to the elements of music. The goal of this section is to give all students, whether or not they have previous experience as performers, the basic skills necessary to approach any musical work as informed listeners. This activity takes four weeks. The remaining portion of the course is spent surveying the history of western music, with that history treated as a series of case studies: particular works are considered stylistically but also with regard to the historical circumstances of their production and consumption. From this activity students gain experience considering artworks in discipline-specific terms, even as they learn to relate particular artistic features to non-musical factors of culture and society. Two methods of evaluation are used. Examinations (the number determined by the instructor) test the students' mastery of the course material. Concert reports (again in a number determined by the instructor) give students the opportunity to apply that knowledge to the act of listening in an authentic performance setting. Ample time is provided in lectures for questions and discussion of the course material and of repertoire and issues suggested by the students.
Group study emphasizing development of sound vocal and musicianship skills fundamental for music theatre. This class is designed for freshman BFA Musical Theatre majors and freshman BFA Acting majors and is the start of a year long exploration of vocal musical production for the stage. The purpose of this class is to lay introductory foundations in singing techniques and skills currently required for a career in the theatre. Students become familiar with the basic concepts of voice production, as well developing an understanding and awareness of vocal health issues. Additionally, students are exposed to a variety of musical theatre and classical sung repertory while they are encouraged to develop perceptive listening skills by interacting and responding to their peers in class and other performers. In MUSIC 113, students are encouraged and required to develop an appreciation of all genres of sung performance from classical to contemporary. Another important element of the course is helping students develop the necessary vocabulary to respond in writing to vocal performance. Toward that goal, attendance at vocal events scheduled around campus and the community is required. These vocal events will include performances by professionals in many genres. Faculty will provide students with lists of approved events. To help students develop their music performance vocabulary, students are required to respond to some vocal events with written critiques. Aesthetically, students are encouraged to appreciate and practice vocal performance in a variety of stage genres. On the practical side, students learn effective practice skills, music reading, and appreciation of all areas of vocal performance. Students are evaluated based on readings, short writing assignments, evaluations of a number of memorized song performances, and classroom attendance and participation.
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