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Martin Burrett

Reindeer Orchestra - 1 views

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    "Ever wondered why Christmas Reindeer have red noses? You are about to find out with this musical Reindeer Orchestra. Make sure your volume is up."
Martin Burrett

Sonic Pi - 2 views

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    "This is an amazing Windows, Mac and Raspberry Pi download which combines coding and composing music. Within a few minutes everyone can begin to make something tuneful and after a few lessons your students may even come up with a symphony or two."
Martin Burrett

AudioTool - 3 views

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    "Creating music tracks used to be time consuming and expensive. But with sites like this, anyone can make their own synthesised tracks using virtual mixing desk. Click on launch to start the app. Choose your equipment or use the default desk to get you going. You can listen and even remix tracks from other members on the site."
Martin Burrett

Keezy - 1 views

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    "Two child-friendly music Apple apps. A sound sampler which record sounds and play them back to make interesting 'music', the other is drum machine. Supply your own earplugs!"
Martin Burrett

Scribble Audio - 1 views

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    An online music maker. Choose the note on the keyboard and then draw the melody on the screen.
Martin Burrett

Classroom Music by @rondelle10_b - 1 views

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    "I loved reading @thatboycanteach's blog this morning about music and his classroom-based Youtube battles with a former colleague. It got me thinking about how I use music within my lessons. To jolly my Y8 students along, I play 3 minutes of Bennie Hill's theme music as a signal that they should clear away practical equipment and return to their seats. It's great to see the startled look on their faces as soon as they hear the tune and then remember that they need to completely pack away before the music ends."
Martin Burrett

Ableton Learning Music - 2 views

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    "A wonderfully designed site with lessons and tools to create digital music and teach music theory. Lessons start at a very basic level and build to advanced compositions."
Martin Burrett

A.I. Duet - A piano that responds to you. - UKEdChat.com - 2 views

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    A.I. Duet is a great Artificial Intelligence computer piano keyboard that responds to sequences input through your computer keyboard. Developed using Google's Magenta project, the algorithm uses a neural network to learn how to respond through to the key strokes. Simply use a keyboard, use your computer keys, or even plug in a MIDI keyboard. A.I. Duet is built by Yotam Mann with friends on the Magenta and Creative Lab teams at Google.
Martin Burrett

HTML5 Drum Machine - 12 views

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    A super web-based drum machine which works on most modern devices. Create wonderful music tracks and download as a WAV file.
Martin Burrett

Festive Funk Machine - 4 views

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    A wonderful web toy where you can design your own funky festive tunes by clicking on the robots. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Winter+%26+Christmas
Vicki Davis

The Top 25 Best Windows 8 Apps - Music Maker Jam - Slideshow from PCMag.com - 5 views

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    If you have Windows 8 in your lab. you'll want Music Maker Jam - a sort of Garage Band" for Windows 8. It doesn't seem to have the complexity but it is a great thing for creating and has a whole different feel. Install it in labs for students to mix their own music.
Martin Burrett

MuseScore - 14 views

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    Find and share music scores online. Search a huge bank of sheet music uploaded from the community. Found via https://twitter.com/eslweb http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
Steve Ransom

Principal fires security guards to hire art teachers - and transforms elementary school... - 3 views

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    Funny... when you treat children with dignity and create beauty around them, they tend NOT to act like criminals. Create a school environment that's like a prison, and...
Vicki Davis

GRAMMY in the Schools | Make your future be music - 2 views

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    Just in. Nominate your favorite music teacher for this award!!! "The GRAMMY Foundation® and The Recording Academy® are partnering to present the first-ever Music Educator Award, to recognize music educators for their contributions to our musical landscape. Whether singing in the shower, playing in their college marching band, or performing on the GRAMMY® stage, musicians of all levels have had music teachers that have made a difference in their lives, and this award will acknowledge that contribution.  The award is open to current U.S. music teachers from kindergarten through college, and the first annual award will be presented at the Special Merit Awards Ceremony & Nominees Reception in 2014, the night before the GRAMMY Awards®. The Music Educator Award recipient will receive an award and honorarium of $10,000. In addition, nine finalists will also be recognized for their contributions and they will each receive an award and $1,000. Everyone can nominate a teacher - students, parents, friends, colleagues, community members, members of The Recording Academy, school deans and administrators.  Teachers are also able to nominate themselves.  Once a teacher is nominated, s/he will be notified and encouraged to fill out the complete application. 
Martin Burrett

PartyCloud - 11 views

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    This site transforms your computer into a music mixer and your students can make music mixes on the web and practise their DJ skills. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts
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