This course, unlike others, is not all theory. The course is about listening to our audio examples, learning what makes a good recording, understanding how things can go wrong, then making your own recordings and having the option of getting them listened to.
Each module contains not only Audio Example Files demonstrating the material covered in the online Course Manual, but also audio material demonstrating the Practical Assignment Project for that module. You get to hear work done to a professional studio standard, and also some less-than-perfect recordings so that we can show you how things can easily go wrong, and explain how to avoid these problems.
It's not exactly made clear in the packaging and notes, but this appears to be the first item in what would seem to be a massive series leading up to the bicentennial of Haydn's birth in 2032. How will music be acquired in 2032? Will it be directly transferred to the brain from the neurocloud? Be that as it may, the historical-instrument group Il Giardino Armonico and its leader Giovanni Antonini make one curious to hear what's coming down the pike. The plan is to place Haydn in a "thematic dialogue with other composers."