Learn how to digitise your music, get songs into unrealBook using iTunes, open with opening charts via email attachments, creat setlists for performances as well as how to use tap zones, dropbox and master and slave in server mode to help you become the paperless musician.
This document provides steps to create harmonisation on an iPad with the use of Garageband, there's information about adding your harmonies, saving the pieces and extension activities.
Children learn best when they engage through a broad range of activities. Antony Hubmayer finds that combining technology and group composition with his variation of the 'musical chairs' game can achieve tangible music learning outcomes. This document explains the idea that not only improves student compositional skills, but their ICT Read more →
This document contains a list of many essential shortcuts and tools for speedy workflow in Sibelius 7+, an important resource for musicians, teachers, students, composers alike to help them navigate most efficiently within this music notation software.
iPad's as an IWB, relmotely control your laptop, display iPad screen via Airplay, Dropbox & Airdrop, using pages as a tool for your teaching, pages and QR codes: interactive posters, book creator, signature ringtones ipad unit are some of the topics dicussed in this document in order to help students work Read more →
Much current music technology is focused on traditional notation. But graphic
notation is still an excellent way to convey musical ideas and it can be easily
utilized within Keynote or PowerPoint for your lessons. It can also animate your
scores in a few simple steps. This document will be useful for Read more →
This document will look at specific methods of notating scores for guitar. From neck diagrams, fingering and complex notation in the style of Tommy Emmanuel. Bound to assist the guitarists in your class as well as yourself. Sample sibelius files are included for versions 4,5, and 6.
MuseScore is a free dowloadable program designed for scoring and collaborative composition. These documents include a comprehensive tutorial for using MuseScore, processes for setting up the program, examples and a reference guide.
These files give extensive guidance as to how to produce accurate and great looking Drum and Percussion parts using Sibelius scoring software.
The first of these documents outlines the family of Finale products, an alternative scoring program to Sibelius. The other two then have specific steps to assist teachers in creating both Flash Cards and Worksheets. Examples are included in order to see the outcomes. The files refer to the Finale 2008 version. Read more →