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This podcast is a recording of the lecture given at Loyola University New Orleans for the "Professional Development for Music Teachers Series: Technology for the Music Educator". The course schedule is: DAY 1 - Technology in the Classroom Day 2 - Gadgets & Toys for the Classroom Day 3 - Recording Basics and Podcasting with Audacity Day 4 - Multi-track recording, music software and Q/A.
 
The Music Box is an interactive music education podcast for kids, exploring fundamental music concepts through performing, responding and connecting. The current season is hosted by music educator Faith Murphy. Each episode gets listeners involved in making music! Short episodes are perfect for a car ride or just hanging out at home. Get printable lesson plans and ideas for extending the learning at musicboxpod.org. The Music Box is from Louisville Public Media and PRX, sponsored by PNC and ...
 
After Hours: Conversations for Music Educators is a music education podcast from Amro Music Stores, Inc. Our After Hours podcast host, Nick Averwater, facilitates engaging conversations each week with band directors, private music teachers, general music educators, orchestra directors, and other music industry professionals just like you. Each podcast guest shares practical advice on things like classroom management in your band program, placing beginners on instruments, band and orchestra r ...
 
The Music Room is a podcast for elementary music teachers looking to learn helpful strategies, lesson ideas, songs, and more, for distance and hybrid learning, and beyond! Through discussion and interviews, Aileen will cover everything from Kodaly-inspired teaching, to decolonizing practices, to classroom management. For more helpful ideas for music educators, visit www.mrsmiraclesmusicroom.com
 
What to learn more about learning music and technology? Every first Monday AM of the month, a new episode explores the most relevant and timely questions. Hosted by Ksenia Ova, the founder of KOVA ED, this podcast brings you honest, informative and new perspectives on teaching/learning in music education and technology-enhanced teaching/learning.
 
Welcome to the Sound On Sound People & Music Industry podcast channel. Listen to experts in the field, company founders, equipment designers, engineers, producers and educators. More information and content can be found at https://www.soundonsound.com/podcasts | Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - @soundonsoundmag | YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/soundonsoundvideo
 
Chamber Music America, the national network for ensemble music professionals, develops, supports, and strengthens the chamber music field. With a membership of nearly 6,000, including musicians, ensembles, presenters, artist managers, educators, music businesses, and advocates of ensemble music, CMA welcomes members representing a wide range of musical styles and traditions. CMA Talks series receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affai ...
 
This podcast is for the everyday music educator. Missy engages in a real way with outstanding practitioners and thinkers in the world of music education (and sometimes beyond) in order to expand our understanding of what it means to teach music. While there is a frequent focus on utilizing the First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfege programs of John Feierabend, discussions about other topics, philosophies, and approaches will also be featured in an effort to educate, encourage, suppo ...
 
Marketing Music Education is THE podcast that encourages music educators & boosters to use simple tools and tactics to increase the reach, influence and “relentlessly positive” perception of their programs. In addition to tips and tricks, I’ll also feature other topics and guests that affect the world of music education. In a world where we're all waiting for the next budget battle axe to drop, the techniques you learn here will strengthen the armor that protects the program you've worked so ...
 
A show about music, bringing you great musicians and fantastic sound! Your Host and producer: Liz Huff, singer, performer, educator, improvisor, and your guide to the musicians and music we bring you each episode. Your Sound Guy: Bruce Gigax, long time audio engineer for The Cleveland Orchestra, now doing even more fun things in classical, jazz, choral, and Health Journeys Guided Imagery. The Musicians: different every time, often people who are skilled in several areas including: classical, ...
 
Professional musician and educator Demian Arriaga created these 12-15min podcasts with the purpose of Motivating, Inspiring, Challenging, and Empowering young musicians, and people from all walks of life, through opinions, anecdotes and interviews. Some of his credits include: The Jonas Brothers, Richie Kotzen, Gary Cherone, Nick Jonas, Iggy Azalea, Streetlight Manifesto, Yordano, Victoria Justice and Cobra Starship among others. Demian proudly endorses: Zildjian, Vater, Ultimate Ears, Latin ...
 
Presented by ASME (SA Chapter), this podcast is for educators working both in general classrooms and specialist music classrooms. Music Loop aims to inspire and support educators to ‘level up’ their knowledge and understanding of music education and take that learning back to their classroom. Episodes include interviews with those who actively work in the field and explore what works for them ... offering insight into their careers, classrooms and teaching practices and presenting strategies ...
 
This show contains 2 live DJs that will bring the Party, Life, and Music to each broadcast. Not only these 2 DJs are versatile in skills but also music selections that cateers to a global audience. DJ Wah-Heed and DJ FX will be conducting interviews from a wide range of guests that are actors, authors, producers, musicians, singers, rappers, educators, community leaders, business owners, and anyone else willing to grow and promote on a nationwide and global platform. These 2 DJs are part of ...
 
Music Production content curated from the SoundAndGear.com site and YouTube Channel at YouTube.com/soundsandgear. Listen to interviews with producers, sound designers, educators and product developers in the music technology industry. Learn tips, tricks, skills, and advice to aid your workflow in various areas of music production, sound design, and entrepreneurship in the music industry.
 
The Music, Mind, and Movement Podcast features interviews with musicians, educators, health and wellness professionals, and many more who take a holistic view of the musician’s life. Together we explore some of the unique physical, mental, social, and emotional challenges that musicians face and how we can meet these challenges in ways that help us grow both as musicians and as healthy, creative, resilient humans. Karen Bulmer is a tuba player, music professor, meditation facilitator, and mo ...
 
The notion that something new could assist us in creating something special continues to fascinate us. Come join my guests and me as we peel away the tech, science and creativity behind each “something” in the entertainment industry. I perform my music live for you, get to know you, and tackle interesting questions. [Season 1 was streamed from Singapore: May through to August 2020. Season 2 broadcasts from Nashville TN in October. Guests from Season 1 include Dean Parks (most recorded guitar ...
 
Andrea George is the owner of Workouts By Andrea a Corporate and Public Health and Fitness Service Provider. Andrea is an inspiring and motivating, International Instructor, Speaker, Trainer, Teacher, and Educator, specializing in low impact aerobics, water aerobics, kids fitness, senior adult programs, recreational activities, nutrition, minority health issues and much more.
 
An interview-styled podcast featuring cannabis educator MsWeedwiki and a different guest every episode. Guests discuss their journey into cannabis use as well as well the work or passions they pursue in the cannabis space. Cannabis growing, cultivars, therapeutic benefits and cannabis lifestyles are discussed in each episode with a strong focus on , cannabis accessories, social equity.Our content is intended for adult listener audiences only, ages 19+Intro music is "Winter Soldier" composed ...
 
Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
 
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The Timpani is an exciting percussion instrument because it can influence the rhythmic ideas of a musical piece as well as contribute to the harmonic and melodic development of it. The drum can play a series of different pitches and today we are going to explore how it is used in the performance setting as we learn about the basics of the Timpani. …
 
Join Kaitlyn & Erica this week as they discuss the life and death of the "Godfather of Gangsta Rap", Eazy-E. You might be thinking "Wait a sec, Eazy died of AIDS... What about that says 'conspiracy'?" Well, you'll just have to listen and find out! Seriously, don't miss this one. You'll regret it. . . . Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MotMSp…
 
In this episode, Nick Averwater continues his conversation with Elva Kaye Lance, The Director of Bands at Mississippi State University in Starkville. We'll learn more about developing student leaders in the 400-member marching band, how the pandemic has affected procedures within the band program, and more. The conversation was recorded on May 24, …
 
In this episode, Nick Averwater talks with Elva Kaye Lance, The Director of Bands at Mississippi State University in Starkville. This is Ms. Lance's 30th year at Mississippi State, and her 19th year as Director of Bands. Under her leadership, the bands have expanded to include four concert bands, a jazz band, two basketball pep bands, and a marchin…
 
Join Kaitlyn & Erica this week as they discuss the death of another rap legend: Biggie Smalls, a.k.a The Notorious B.I.G. These crazy conspiracies lead the ladies to feel pretty strongly about one suspect. Listen to learn about Biggie's childhood and talents, as well as his tragic death. . . . Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MotMSpodcast Fo…
 
In this episode of the After Hours Director Spotlight, Nick Averwater talks with Grant Harbison at the Arkansas Bandmasters Association Convention in Little Rock. Grant is the Director of Bands for Jonesboro, Arkansas Public Schools. In this conversation, Grant talks about how his band program is moving forward as the pandemic affects a second marc…
 
Season 1 Episode 4; Guest speaker - Sofia Livotov (piano and voice teacher at KOVA ED - https://www.kovaed.com/about/; https://www.sofialivotov.com/). In this episode, Sofia and I talk about the process of ageing and without being too optimistic we share how piano lessons can be beneficial to an ageing brain. Some things we say are backed by scient…
 
Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:19 - Robin Porter Background 02:50 - Working With Rupert Neve 06:19 - The 88R Console Design 09:04 - How The 88R Differed From Other Consoles 14:46 - Voltage Mixing vs Current Mixing 20:18 - Improving Dynamic Range 23:24 - Benefits Of Analogue Over Digital 25:01 - The Role Of The 88R In Immersive Mixing 28:00 - Othe…
 
Episode 17 covers the expanse of inspiration and insights leading to VocalEssence's 2021-2022 season. Philip talks about researching and programming a diverse mix of choral music—from Astor Piazzolla to Gabriel Kahane to The Aeolians to Jose Nünez to Stewart Copeland of The Police. "There's so much great choral music of the past and present," notes…
 
This week, the ladies will discuss the death of rap legend, Tupac Shakur. Join them to hear all about the life of Tupac, including his badass mother and his rise to fame. Then listen along as Erica details a number of insane conspiracy theories. The girls whole-heartedly believe one of these theories; you can't change their minds! . . . Follow us o…
 
In today's episode we will explore all the fascinating resources available to music educators from libraries, archives and museums. Today's special guest is Nicky Stevens. Nicky Stevens (Interview) Nicky Stevens is an archivist at the Georgia Historical Society (GHS). Prior to joining GHS, she worked as an archivist in Atlanta where she was respons…
 
On August 7th, 2021, Amro Music hosted its first-ever Young Directors Bootcamp. It was a chance for new educators to get practical advice from a panel of four highly successful band directors. Amro Music's Nick Averwater hosted the event, and our panel included: Joseph Quinnelly from Hernando Middle School and High School in Hernando MS, Kaitlyn Ro…
 
Join us for a show about music, bringing you great musicians and fantastic sound from Audio Recording Studio. In this episode: our host and producer, Liz Huff, and our guest, Calvin Stokes, who can be heard in concert around the U.S., playing both classical and jazz harp. He started studying harp on a dare! Audio engineering by Bruce Gigax. Theme m…
 
This week the ladies will wrap up their 27 Club series by discussing just that - the 27 Club! Join them to learn just why people are so obsessed with the 27 Club, hear various conspiracies about who is behind the deaths of these musicians, and hear plenty of banter about the Illuminati and Post Malone. This podcast uses the following third-party se…
 
On August 7th, 2021, Amro Music hosted its first-ever Young Director's Bootcamp. It was a chance for new educators to get practical advice from a panel of four highly successful band directors in the Mid-South region. The goal for the Young Director's Bootcamp was to help everyone feel more confident and equipped for the first week of school, and b…
 
An apt title for this episode might be How a Choral Director Works Through a Pandemic (and Other Adversities). In facing the onset of the pandemic in early 2020, Philip recalls, "my reaction was—become creative. What are the opportunities to share music in a new way, in a new dimension?" That's our main focus in this episode, on the ways in which a…
 
Join the ladies this week as they discuss the “Father of Blues”, and the final member in their 27 Club series, Robert Johnson. Oh, and listen for the full-on panic about who did the conspiracies, as they wonder if they even had an episode to record. (Spoiler alert: they did, everything is fine.) This podcast uses the following third-party services …
 
In this episode we kick off Season 3 of the After Hours podcast as Nick Averwater and his three guests talk about The Art of the First Week. Joining Nick will be Lindsey Mears from Smyrna Middle School in Smyrna, TN, Brittany Jerrell from Stewarts Creek Middle School, which is also in Smyrna, and Jennifer Church from Greenbrier High School in Green…
 
Remember how we did that long year of remote teaching, where we all used a bunch of online teaching tools and such? After all that, you still may not be sure which tools to keep, or if there’s one that does something better, or if there is still an undiscovered tool out there that will make your life easier. Wouldn't it be nice to have an education…
 
Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:22 - History 08:42 - Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) 11:29 - AFX Technology 13:14 - Creating Emulations Using FPGA 17:40 - Recruiting Programmers 18:43 - Synergy Core 20:30 - The Product Range 23:06 - Using FPGA in Your DAW 26:56 - Different Applications 31:29 - Ethernet Audio 33:41 - AFX2DAW 34:56 - Modelling …
 
The late summer brings a magical time of year when you hear the immortal phrase, "Welcome to Band Camp!" For many music educators and teens this is a special time of year when there is promise of competition, skill development and accomplishment. For some programs, band camp is a time to prepare for parades and competitions. For others this is a ti…
 
Nick Averwater checks in with Sheryl Laukat from Cannonball Musical Instruments at Summer NAMM in Nashville. Cannonball is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and we'll learn a bit about the company's history, and find out about some of the techniques they use that make their instruments unique.Door Amro Music
 
This week the ladies will discuss the death of another rock legend, Janis Joplin. This episode features a ton of word-fumbling, strange noises, second guessing of names, and a pretty "out there" conspiracy that you definitely don't want to miss! This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/pri…
 
A new school year brings a sense of excitement, promise and anticipation. As a result, this special time also brings added anxiety for students, parents, and teachers. Fortunately, schools use the “new student orientation” as a tool to help clear up confusion and avoid any unnecessary panic. In today’s post we are recommending some helpful “Tips fo…
 
Nick Averwater checks in with Lisa Steele-MacDonald, Director of Vertical Marketing for Yamaha. Lisa will have the latest information about Esser Funds, and what is still available to music programs, and she'll also share some other resources available to band directors from Yamaha. You can find out more about Yamaha's offerings to band directors a…
 
Presenting at a Conference can be scary yet rewarding venture. Today we interviewed Ms. Anola Douglas as she explained her experience presenting at a conference for the first time during CoVid. Ms. Anola Douglas Grace E. Metz Middle School Choir Director Show NotesDoor Bill Stevens
 
All educators are tasked with communicating with parents at one point or another. Being in sync with your workflow and knowing the appropriate reasons for contacting parents helps the effectiveness of helping foster a child’s development. Often, we only contact parents if there is some sort of behavior problem and only if it is necessary. However, …
 
In this episode of the After Hours Director Spotlight, Nick Averwater continues his conversation with Randy Box, the Director of Bands at West Memphis High School in West Memphis, Arkansas. Randy talks about the differences, and similarities, between being a band director in an affluent school district versus one with it's share of economic challen…
 
Today we’re pulling another pre-pandemic recording out from the archives for you to enjoy. With in-person classes imminent, I want to share with you this discussion I had with my dear friend, Lori Schwartz Reichl. She is a master of classroom management, and in this episode we talk about how to set up your classroom for success and how to create a …
 
Have you ever struggled with practicing your instrument? Do you need tips for practicing your instrument? Worry not because today we will discuss some strategies that you maybe overlooking. It is important to understand that one person’s ideal practice session may look quite different from another. Depending on your goals, energy, structure, time a…
 
The Snare Drum is one of the primary and cornerstone percussion instruments in a band. Today we are going to reintroduce and highlight the parts and key aspects of Snare Drum fundamentals. Note, by not having a physical drum in front of you, you will need to take a moment to envision and reflect as though you have one at your fingertips. However, w…
 
Randy Box has taught in four school districts in his 42-year career, most recently at West Memphis High School in Arkansas. In this first part of our conversation he talks about his early influences, taking his band to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade twice, and the importance of the acronym T-S-B-N-A-F-W-A-E-I-N.…
 
I hope that you’re in a good place to sit, relax, and enjoy this episode because this discussion with Alex Shapiro is one that I will never forget!In this episode we talk about life, finding meaning, living with passion, the Creative Repertoire Initiative (which, if you haven’t heard of this, is going to make your whole year right now!), and how yo…
 
Have you ever worked your tail off during a rehearsal and still feel like so much more could have been accomplished? Perhaps it was right after lunch and student engagement was sub-par even with your most in-tune students. Today we are going to discuss “7 Variations on the Traditional Rehearsal Method.” The insights are provided by Ms. Shelly Jagow…
 
Chapters 00:00 - Introduction 00:30 - Mark's studio 06:29 - Beginning work with the Beach Boys 08:09 - Making the early Beach Boys records 12:17 - Making stereo from mono 16:00 - Copyright releases 18:49 - The tapes we have, and those we don't... 22:44 - Good Vibrations - remixing without all the tapes 24:56 - AudioSourceRE Mark Linett Biog Grammy …
 
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