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10 Audio Technology Blogs To Follow

August 2, 2020

A list of Music Technology blogs to follow created by Pulse College:https://www.pulsecollege.com/10-audio-technology-blogs-follow/ ” LOOKING ONLINE FOR EXTRA GUIDANCE TO MASTER AUDIO TECHNOLOGY? The world of audio production and music technology moves quickly, and keeping up with the latest techniques, equipment and software…

NEW REPORT PROVES DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IS KEY TO IMPROVING ACCESS TO MUSIC EDUCATION IN RURAL AREAS | Music Education Works

August 1, 2020

“Following a pilot project – Connect: Resound– which involved 71 children from seven primary schools across North Yorkshire, music education in rural areas could soon be getting a digital boost. The seven-week pilot project explored low-cost methods of providing online instrumental…

It Starts with the Standards – Advocacy for Elementary Music | Make Moments Matter

August 1, 2020

 This article first appeared on MakeMomentsMatter.org, author David Row. “A few years ago I was in the hallway after school fumbling with butcher paper, bulletin board border, and a freshly laminated set of posters based around the National Standards for…

Standards For Educators – ISTE

August 1, 2020

“The ISTE Standards for Educators are your road map to helping students become empowered learners. These standards will deepen your practice, promote collaboration with peers, challenge you to rethink traditional approaches and prepare students to drive their own learning. Connect…

Resources for Teaching Remotely – DigitalMusicLessons

July 31, 2020

Resources for Teaching Remotely:http://digitalmusiclessons.weebly.com/resources.html “Have you been asked to teach music lessons remotely or through a digital platform?  I know that many of us are scrambling for ideas about what we can teach, how to share that with students, how…

Great Music Technology Programs in High Schools

July 30, 2020

A big topic in music technology, particularly audio education communities is the wave of high schools now looking to incorporate music technology into their programs. Question: What about the high school programs that have already had success in their music…

Music Technology Dictionaries

July 26, 2020

Rick music technology dictionaries filled with all the terms you would expect. Do you know of a music technology dictionary that we should share with the community? Write to us. Music Repo (Full and Advanced): https://www.musicrepo.com/music-technology-glossary-of-terms/ PodComplex (Basic): https://www.podcomplex.com/blog/music-technology-glossary/ ContinuumMusicStudio…

Types of Audio Connectors

July 26, 2020

This is a fantastic post on the importance of audio connectors. “When many people think of musical equipment, they think of shining guitars and the hulking amplifiers that blast the music. While these elements are certainly important, the often overlooked…

Music Technology Resources

July 26, 2020

DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) Ableton Live Apple Pro Logic Adobe Audition Apple Logic (MAC only) Anvil Studios (basic midi piano) Avid: M-Audio (daw), Digidesign (Pro Tools) Aviary Myna Audio DAW ClubCreate: with Dubstep, the Music Studio, Charles Ives Music Lab…

How To Use A Mixer – WikiHow

July 25, 2020

An audio mixer, also known as a mixing board or a soundboard, is used to control the levels of multiple inputs so you can balance the sounds correctly. Mixing is an important process when you record music or perform live so one…

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  • Bate, Bate, Chocolate
    by David Row on January 10, 2024 at 5:54 pm

    I find that I talk about food in my classroom all the time. It’s one common thing that unites all culture and peoples around the world because we all love to eat! Even my English language learners who might be brand new to the country learn food words really fast The post Bate, Bate, Chocolate appeared first on Make Moments Matter.

  • Two Books for Las Posadas
    by David Row on December 16, 2023 at 6:37 pm

    If you’ve spent even a few minutes on my blog you know that I love using children’s books in the classroom.  So it makes sense that in December I like using books to explain holidays, teach songs, and expand the worldview of my students.  I’ve got books for Christmas, St. The post Two Books for Las Posadas appeared first on Make Moments Matter.

  • Three Books for Hanukkah
    by David Row on December 1, 2023 at 1:27 am

    I love December in my classroom (post concert stress) because it means we have a few days or weeks to explore lots of different cultures and traditions.  So much of this learning happens through singing songs and playing games.  We learn about the tannenbaum, celebrate caroling, sing about the new The post Three Books for Hanukkah appeared first on Make Moments Matter.

  • Welcome to the Opera – Book Recommendation
    by David Row on November 21, 2023 at 5:10 pm

    As a kid, I remember that every single time I was able to try out a “push a button and listen” style of interactive book I was filled with pure delight.  There is something so joyous and exciting about flipping through a book and seeing the little bubble telling me The post Welcome to the Opera – Book Recommendation appeared first on Make Moments Matter.

  • Run, Turkey, Run! – Book Recommendation
    by David Row on November 19, 2023 at 7:36 pm

    With Thanksgiving only one day away, can Turkey find a place to hide from the farmer who’s looking for a plump bird for his family feast?  Maybe he can hide with the pigs . . . or the ducks . . . or the horses . . . Uh-oh! Here The post Run, Turkey, Run! – Book Recommendation appeared first on Make Moments Matter.

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