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50th Episode Of MusicTechForMe.com -Prof. Keith Mason and Dr. Joseph Pisano

| July 15, 2009 | Reply
50th Episode Of MusicTechForMe.com -Prof. Keith Mason and Dr. Joseph Pisano

Congratulations to Prof. Keith Mason on his 50th episode of the Music Tech For Me Podcast.   Keith is a great musician, educator, and music technologist.  His podcast is one of the cornerstones of the entire music education podcast movement and worth the time to “check it out”.   It was a pleasure to be selected as […]

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The Monday Music Mix: Music Education News From All Over ~7-13-09

| July 13, 2009 | Reply
The Monday Music Mix: Music Education News From All Over ~7-13-09

I’ve decided to publish, periodically, links to a number of current and interesting “newsworthy” music-education-related articles that I’ve recently read and have found interesting.   There are many great articles being written related to music education that seem to get buried beneath much of the other news.    This is an attempt to get the authors a little more […]

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Prospective, Upcoming, And Current Music Majors -Here Is A Great Little, Free, Ear Training Program

| July 10, 2009 | 3 Replies
Prospective, Upcoming, And Current Music Majors -Here Is A Great Little, Free, Ear Training Program

One of the big “killers” of 1st year music students is the ever un-popular (with the students) Solfeggio courses.  Solfeggio or SOLFEGE is a teaching technique where we use syllables such as DO, RE, ME, etc. to sharpen ones ability to hear and determine what notes or chords are being heard when we listen to music (Many math enthusiasts […]

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Making The Case For Music Technology Usage In The Classroom And The Educational Curriculum

| July 10, 2009 | 11 Replies
Making The Case For Music Technology Usage In The Classroom And The Educational Curriculum

In June of 2009, I was part of the MENC Academy discussing very real and important issues facing music educators today with regard to the onslaught of new technologies available to educators to use within the music classroom.  Dr. Jim Frankel developed a series of insightful questions to ask us during the session.   I’ve decided to […]

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Amazing YouTube Video Series #2: Art Tatum Playing Yesterdays

| July 8, 2009 | Reply
Amazing YouTube Video Series #2: Art Tatum Playing Yesterdays

YouTube Amazing Music Video Series #2: Art Tatum playing Yesterdays YouTube Title: Art Tatum — Yesterdays Date Posted on YouTube:  October 6, 2008 YouTube Original Poster’s Comments: “Pianist extraordinaire Art Tatum performs “Yesterdays”.. composed by Jerome David Kern and Otto Harbach. “ Views of this video when posted on MusTech.Net: 62,300 YouTube Snapshot: (Scroll Down For […]

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Odds And Ends, VST Plugins, Music Education Blog Carnival, MENC Clinic, And More…

| July 7, 2009 | 3 Replies
Odds And Ends, VST Plugins, Music Education Blog Carnival, MENC Clinic, And More…

Wow, it seems like it has been a year since I’ve written on MusTech.Net!   In reality it has been just over a month, but this has been the longest I’ve gone without a post since I started MusTech.Net!   The end of the year at the college hit me pretty hard and fast with all the obligations […]

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Heading To Washington D.C. To Discuss Music Education And Technology Issues At The National MENC Conference This Weekend

| June 18, 2009 | 8 Replies
Heading To Washington D.C. To Discuss Music Education And Technology Issues At The National MENC Conference This Weekend

On June 20th, Saturday Morning at 10:00 a.m., I along with Profs. Brian Moore (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Stefani Langol (Berklee College of Music), and Dr. James Frankel (SoundTree/Korg) will be holding an open plenary that discusses the role of Technology in Music Education. Our discussion will center around: 1. The role of music technology in […]

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