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Jared O'Leary

From Large Ensembles to Video Games: Technology in Music Education - OCPD Music by Jare... - 0 views

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    "In the past couple decades, instrumental education has evolved relatively very little in comparison to technology. Understanding how to augment music education through technology is vital to the growth of our field. This presentation provides some suggestions for using technology in instrumental settings to expand possibilities for both performing and teaching."
Jared O'Leary

thatgamecompany | TGC » Flower - 0 views

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    This is a video game where you play as the wind guiding a flower pedal across a landscape. The game has been used to create live music to that puts the player as the conductor and the game as the score.
Jared O'Leary

BEAT JAZZ by ONYX ASHANTI - YouTube - 1 views

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    I believe this video is an excellent represenation of what is possible through STEM/STEAM. Onyx Ashanti describes and demonstrates the digital instrument he created.
Jared O'Leary

Skrillex Cinema & Santigold Disparate Youth - Mike Tompkins DUBSTEP A Capella Remix - Y... - 0 views

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    This video demonstrates using MIDI controllers along with live audio processing to create a vocal remix.
Jared O'Leary

Bach's Bastion ReMix by Sebastian Freij - YouTube - 0 views

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    This video demonstrates using a loop pedal with an electric cello.
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Scorch - 0 views

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    Scorch is a free software that students can use to play along with music created in Sibelius. It works in your browser and doesn't require students to have Sibelius. I used this as a practice tool for my elementary students and even for my high school students as it allowed them to play along with MIDI at a speed of their choice.
Jared O'Leary

Key Features of SmartMusic: Music Learning Software for students - 0 views

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    SmartMusic has a lot of great resources built into the program to assist with assessment and feedback; however, it is also limited in that it is a computer determining pitch and rhythmic accuracy. While this feedback is better than none, I caution educators who use this as the only form of assessment and feedback. I personally think there is more to music than pitch and rhythm and I think that technology should encourage students to think as musicians rather than simply telling students when they are and are not musical based on two criteria.
Jared O'Leary

Ableton - Home - 0 views

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    Ableton is a DAW that excels in live applications. In a classroom setting, you can use it to accompany students live using a MIDI controller or assigning the various functions to your keyboard. It is a very complicated program; however, the help view has step-by-step tutorials on how to use the basic functions of the program
Jared O'Leary

Digital audio workstation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

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    Students can use DAWs to create music using MIDI, samples, live audio processing, etc.. Teachers can use DAWs to create practice tracks, accompany student performances, etc.
Jared O'Leary

Evernote - 0 views

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    You can use the share function on EverNote to create a note that can be shared with parents or students. This can be used with private students by giving them a private link where you jot down what they are supposed to prepare for next time, how much money is on their balance, or what was discussed during the lesson. It can also be used with larger audiences to communicate homework, upcoming performances etc.. This allows you to update the notes using your phone rather than having to send out an e-mail or posting on a website.
Jared O'Leary

Pinterest - 0 views

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    I use Pinterest as a resource for inspiration on how to use music technology. Look for boards related to music education or specific pinners who post quality resources. Even better, become someone who contributes to the community to help it grow.
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Digital and Hybrid Performances - YouTube - 0 views

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    This YouTube playlist contains digital instruments and/or hybrid setups/ensembles.
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Twitter Lists - 1 views

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    I use Twitter lists to make it easier to sort through high volumes of tweet for information about specific topics. For instance, if I want to find out what people in music education are talking about, I click on my list titled "music education" and it only shows me music educators I have added to that list rather than all of the Twitter users I follow.
Jared O'Leary

MixMeister Technology - BPM Analyzer - 0 views

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    This free software allows you to batch process a music folder's tempi; this means you can analyze the tempo of a lot of files really quickly. Once you have analyzed the files, it then adds the bpm to the files so you can sort by BPM in an audio player like iTunes.
Jared O'Leary

!Slow down and transcribe with Roni Music software - slow down the speed of music witho... - 0 views

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    The Amazing Slow Downer allows you to adjust the speed of an audio file so you can transcribe or practice along to an audio file at any speed you want. The pitch of the file does not change while you vary the speed. You can also export the audio file to be whatever tempo you wanted
Jared O'Leary

Apple - iTunes - 0 views

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    You can organize playlists by BPM and then practice in a particular BPM range to your music without getting bored listening to the same song over and over and over and over...
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SoundCloud - Hear the world's sounds - 0 views

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    This website allows you to upload sounds onto a profile and embed those sounds/playlists into various web applications. There is also the ability to comment directly on the wave form which allows for specific feedback.
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