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Basic Audio 101: Audio Compression and Audio Compressors

| March 9, 2009 | 12 Replies
Basic Audio 101: Audio Compression and Audio Compressors

With the basic Audio 101 series, I’m going to introduce a number of basic audio related topics and concepts to the readers of MusTech.Net.   Compression is a very common audio process and yet many people do not fully comprehend how or when to implement it.   Audio compression is used to reduce the overall dynamic range of […]

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Music Flash Cards -Old School Proven Technology

| March 1, 2009 | 3 Replies
Music Flash Cards -Old School Proven Technology

I recently had the chance to evaluate an “old school” technology with regard to learning a number of music educational terms and tasks: Cool Cat Cards Complete Music Reading Set.   I have to say that I was impressed with their product(s). Their complete set includes a number of music topics from simple music “basics” to a […]

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Only 4 Days Left To Submit For The March Blog Carnival

| February 25, 2009 | 4 Replies
Only 4 Days Left To Submit For The March Blog Carnival

David French over at the Tanbur Music Education Blogspot is hosting the March 2009 Edition of the Music Education Blog Carnival.  If you are thinking about being a part of this carnival now is the time to act as there are only 4 days left for submission!  If you are new “potential” to the Music Education Blog Carnival and […]

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Using Netflix And Legal Movie Streaming In The Classroom

| February 23, 2009 | 15 Replies
Using Netflix And Legal Movie Streaming In The Classroom

I recently purchased the Netflix service for use in my home via computer streaming and my Xbox 360.   One of the real “world shakers” of television programming is rapidly approaching our present timeline…that of the self-programmed television lineup.   For many, it’s virtually here already…  think hulu.com and all of the other network affiliates that allow the […]

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MusTech.Net Version 4.0 Is Now Online!

| February 21, 2009 | 12 Replies
MusTech.Net Version 4.0 Is Now Online!

After about one month of fussing with the site, I can now state that the changeover of MusTech.Net is complete.  I am very happy with how it turned out and thankful to Michael at michaelhutagalung.com for providing such an amazing set of code to work with as a theme!  His efforts and talent is amazing.   Over […]

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Should We Utilize Technology in the Music Classrooms? Questions to Ask First.

| February 20, 2009 | 5 Replies
Should We Utilize Technology in the Music Classrooms?  Questions to Ask First.

Today, there is a lot of emphasis to utilize and incorporate “technology” into every classroom and integrate it into the daily instruction regardless of the academic subject. Incorporating technology into either the music or the “arts” classrooms is seemingly not as straightforward as some of the other academic subjects, but regardless of the academic subject, […]

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Music Education Carnival Of Blogs Still Going Strong

| February 18, 2009 | Reply
Music Education Carnival Of Blogs Still Going Strong

If you’ve missed any of the Music Education Blog Carnivals then you’ve missed something good indeed.   Joel and I started the Music Education Blog Carnival as a way to spread good information about music education and music technology by the quickest of means to those looking for ways to improve their teaching, music knowledge, or […]

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