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Music For All Session Four Notes: Marching Band Apps

| June 28, 2013 | Reply
Music For All Session Four Notes: Marching Band Apps

There will be a future posting from this session outlining the social media components.  This post details the Amazing Marching Band related apps for iPad and iPhone detailed in the session. A.P.S. Music Master Pro and A.P.S. MusicMaster for iPhone Comprehensive Solution including Score Reader and Markup, Tuner, Metronome, and More A.P.S Tuning Trainer Train your […]

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“Which Elementary General Music Curriculum Should I Use?”

| June 10, 2013 | Reply
“Which Elementary General Music Curriculum Should I Use?”

As the school year is winding down or may have already ended, many elementary general music educators are finding out that they will have a budget to purchase a new music curriculum for their classrooms. This is always exciting news, however, it can be accompanied with the feeling of being overwhelmed because there are so […]

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The Orchestra: The most beautiful music app I have ever seen

| December 11, 2012 | 2 Replies
The Orchestra: The most beautiful music app I have ever seen

This is my first iOS App review for MusTech.net, and I have started with what I think is the most beautiful music app I have ever seen, The Orchestra.  Created by an amazing team of partners including TouchPress, The Philharmonia Orchestra under the direction of Esa-Pekka Salonen, The Music Sales Group, and Rite Digital; The Orchestra […]

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The iPad in the Music Classroom: Useful Tool or Expensive Toy?

| October 22, 2012 | 30 Replies
The iPad in the Music Classroom: Useful Tool or Expensive Toy?

Let me preface this post by stating that I have never taught in the K-12 music classroom with iPads and that I am not trying to be inflammatory by asking this question.  As much as I love the device for my own personal use and music making, I simply do not know the answer to […]

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Get Your Head In The Clouds!

| October 1, 2012 | 1 Reply
Get Your Head In The Clouds!

Cloud computing still seems to be a mysterious word in education – specifically music education.  I’m not sure why.  All cloud computing means is that instead of the old-fashioned method of purchasing software in a box and installing it on your personal computer, the software instead lives online and you access it and utilize it […]

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Mid-week Listening: Finding New Music

| July 10, 2012 | 2 Replies
Mid-week Listening: Finding New Music

I am always on the lookout (or listen-out, maybe) for new music to inspire my students and give them some direction in their explorations.  Music is an organic art form, and that’s a blessing.  New music is being recorded every day, as well as new interpretations of music that’s been around a while.  Keeping pace […]

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