One of the (excellent/strong/trustworthy) voices in the world of Technology in Music Education is Katie Wardrobe, an Australian who is an expert in the field. Katie can teach just about any aspect of technology for music education at any level. Katie’s website is http://midnightmusic.com.au and one of the recent things Katie has done is to open her blog up to other educators to submit articles.
One of my colleagues in my school district, Mallory Martin, recently had an article about “flipping the music classroom” published at Midnight Music. Please visit and support Midnight Music, and also visit Mallory’s website: https://mrsmartinsmusicroom.wordpress.com.
Tim Topham wrote a blog post about scanning music that he invited me to share with you:
These strategies will work with any platform, but the iPad still has the best tools for viewing (and annotating) music.
A couple of weeks ago, Chad Criswell (author of MusicEdMagic.com, a band teacher in Iowa, who is also the person responsible for all technology articles in NAfME publications) and I sat down to talk about the latest news in music education technology. It was great to visit with Chad, who I have had the chance to visit with a number of times at some music conferences, including the Iowa Music Education Association Professional Development Conference. I appreciate Chad asking me to visit with him on the podcast!
I am very excited to see where this goes. Definitely a blog to follow…
A few years ago, Philip Rothman took over the Sibelius Blog as most of the Sibelius team headed to Steinberg (I believe that Daniel Spreadbury, who was a part of that group, used to run the Sibelius Blog). Although the Sibelius Blog was never limited to “Sibelius-Only” items, Mr. Rothman writes about music notation in a broader sense. As a result, if you are a person that uses software from other companies/developers, and you haven't followed the Sibelius Blog, you are missing out.
Last week, as MakeMusic announced its transition to go under the umbrella of Peaksware, Mr. Rothman was also given access to the new CEO over MakeMusic, and was able to ask questions that I had not thought of. As I mentioned, the topic for me became more about the people currently employed by MakeMusic, as I have had the opportunity to get to know a number of MakeMusic's staff over the past years. I was very happy to be able to read Mr. Rothman's information about the news.
Today, Mr. Rothman wrote about one of my favorite iOS/Android apps, NotateMe. He did so with feedback from Neuratron's CEO, Martin Dawe–and I really enjoyed reading about Mr. Rothman's experiment with NotateMe. So, go read the article. And if you subscribe to blog feeds (my latest choice of blog feed readers is Feedly), subscribe to the Sibelius Blog so you can read all of his posts!