TME Project – Reflection 5

In addition to the documentary side, I would like to create a complimentary iBook. While the documentary serves as an inspiration, the iBook could provide practical steps and activities to guide students and amateur/semi-professional musicians through the process of creating their own business. I am very keen to make something useful. As a uni student who … Continue reading TME Project – Reflection 5

CME TASK 3 – REFLECTION 15

Today I showed my draft recording to James Humberstone and some peers at uni. They gave me some very helpful feedback. Some points for consideration are: Sometimes the violin parts are all too busy - cut these down Perhaps use a different instrument for some of the fills Add a guitar The drums sound to … Continue reading CME TASK 3 – REFLECTION 15

Technology in Music Education (Week 13B) – Final Provocations

Content Recap This class involved a recap of much of the technology and ideas covered throughout the course, including: The Maker Movement Notation Software Synthesizers Processes and tools for recording sound and image Mixing and creating Mash-ups The variety of programs and applications available Critical approaches to technology, research and the "filter bubble" The Hype … Continue reading Technology in Music Education (Week 13B) – Final Provocations

Technology in Music Education (Week 12B) – Mix-up. Mash-up.

Steven Heppell – Bring a Browser This week we discussed the use of technology in schools, focusing on some of the ideas of Steven Heppell. We discussed how schools have always appropriated technology for themselves. Why do schools so often want use the same equipment for each child? How does this impact on opportunities for differentiation. We also … Continue reading Technology in Music Education (Week 12B) – Mix-up. Mash-up.