Music Tech Resources and Assignments - master list
Admin,Blog setup,--,You will be posting all of your work for the class on a public-facing blog. If you already have a blog, you are free to use it for the class. If you do not have one, you will need to set one up. I recommend using WordPress or Tumbl...
We Have a Notation Program - Now What? A Step-by-Step Guide | Midnight Music
With the shift of teaching toward digital, many of you have probably tried out different online notation programs to use with your students. Whatever program you have chosen, the bones of this lesson can be completed using any of the notation options out there.
The act of writing has always been an art. Now, it can also be an act of music. Each letter you type corresponds to a specific musical note putting a new spin to your composition. Make music while you write.
The Aural Skills Guru Ear Training Channel! This YouTube Channel run by James Woodward includes ear training exercises in harmonic, melodic, rhythmic dictation, music theory and more! To find exercises appropriate for your level, please use the playlists. Remember, if you have difficulty with an exercise, try an easier one to become more secure in your abilities before adventuring forward.
Things to know:
- The answer can usually be found in the video description by clicking on 'show more' or the answer is in the last 30 seconds of the video.
- The excerpt will play a number of times before the end of the video, but feel free to rewind or pause as necessary.
- Other exercises include intervals, find the mistake, music theory analysis, popular chord progressions, and modes.
EAMIR is an open-source music technology project whereby tech-based interactive instruments, tools, and systems are developed to facilitate accessible diatonic music-making and music-learning experiences.
Superbooth 2022: Introducing the MIDI3D and MIDIGlove for making music with movement
Superbooth 2022: We’ve seen plenty of experiments with involving the physical body and movement into music production in the past, but the MIDI3D and MIDI Glove may be the most solid contribution we've seen yet.