A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to visit with Katie Wardrobe on her podcast via Skype. Katie is an Australian music teacher, technology trainer, podcast host (and more) who is the only person I know that has been able to make a full-time job out of helping other music teachers use music technology. And, may I add, Katie is perfect for the job as she is able to blend instruction, her natural ability to put people at ease, organization, and of course, valuable resources together in one place. She offers a subscription based community of music educators who benefit from her instruction and resources–and you can check out that community at her website (midnightmusic.com.au).
Our conversation was split into two parts–the first part being about music technology in general, and the second part about ukulele. The first link went live last week–and I failed to post about that as I have been busy arranging some music for our high school choirs as well as doing some ukulele work. Now that the second link is out, I figured I would post about both podcast episodes at the same time.
If you haven’t subscribed to Katie’s podcast–you should do so.
You can find the links to our discussion below (to Katie’s Podcast area on the Midnight Music website) or you can find them on Apple Podcasts/Google Play.