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Free Moog

| June 21, 2012 | Reply
Free Moog

Heads-up to all synth lovers.  Today, June 21st, 2012, Arturia are giving a way a free VST version of their MiniMoog soft synth.  You can get it via their Facebook page or from the Arturia web site.  The offer is only valid today, so procrastination is not allowed!  You just have to register, and wait […]

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iSchoolMusic.com – A Game Changer For School And Community Ensemble Directors

| August 4, 2011 | Reply
iSchoolMusic.com – A Game Changer For School And Community Ensemble Directors

I’m excited to build-upon the official announcement from iSchoolMusic.org (iSchoolsMusic) and it becoming a FREE resource and tool for all music teachers! iSchoolMusic, like many things destined to be great, started out very small, but had a core of people to dedicated to its concept and development.  Initially, iSchoolMusic got its start as iSchoolBand.com and […]

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Chad Criswell and MusicEdMagic.Com Giving Away Great Music Software Prizes

| December 3, 2009 | 1 Reply
Chad Criswell and MusicEdMagic.Com Giving Away Great Music Software Prizes

This is a great time for Music Educators/Musicians to “get in” on some great music realted “freebies” …just in time for the holiday season! As you know MusTech.Net has been giving away FREE iSchoolBand.Com subscriptions to k-12 music educators (The next batch will be going out this coming Monday …and there are still some left!) AND… there […]

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Quite Possibly, The FASTEST Way To Set Up A Meeting Time For Busy People

| September 26, 2009 | 2 Replies
Quite Possibly, The FASTEST Way To Set Up A Meeting Time For Busy People

On Friday, I was teaching my Music Technology class  where the students present their annual findings with regard to EASY-TO-OPERATE and USABLE Web 2.0 applications.  This assignment deals with them going through the site http://go2web20.net and sifting through hundreds of Web 2.0 applications to find ones that might be useful to them for their future career paths or as a student. One of […]

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Computer Organizational Secret #2: Qliner Hotkeys -Open Source

| August 5, 2009 | Reply
Computer Organizational Secret #2: Qliner Hotkeys -Open Source

A good deal of time has passed since I posted the first installment of my “mini-post series” related to computer/desktop organizational secrets.   The first post dealt with a great FREEWARE program entitled Copernic Desktop Search.  If you have not read this post and are looking for the best desktop file organizer, bar-none, it’s worth the read […]

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Freeware App Allows You To Find Photos Based On Time, Color, Features, And Locations

| July 15, 2009 | 2 Replies
Freeware App Allows You To Find Photos Based On Time, Color, Features, And Locations

You’ve all seen those really smart cameras that can tell when someone is smiling -right?  Even Google Image Search now allows you to search by color choices, faces, and clip-art criteria.  But, what about searching through your personnel collection of thousands of photos?  How can you find that “one photo” you remember the details of […]

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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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