Wowza – this is quite the prices savings if you have been waiting to pick up a ROLI Seaboard Block… This is a GREAT time to jump in and grab these amazing instruments that have totally changed the options we have available to us for very a expressive experience! They DO take a bit of getting used to but wow! Black Friday Sale Link Now… … Continue reading Roli Seaboard Blocks on BIG Sale
If you have followed this blog at all for any length of time you will know that one of the quests I’ve been on is using iOS to perform in ways never before possible. Gestrument Pro is going to be released on Sept. 25 and is currently available for pre-order at like half price. $8.99 vs. $16.99! PerplexOn has access and has posted a wonderful … Continue reading Gestrument Pro – Performing on iOS with alternative interfaces
There have been several apps that help practice and learn rhythm concepts the past few months. MyRhythm, from Gregory Burk, is an app that helps you practice your rhythmic skills, co-ordination, listening skills and memory. MyRhythm is full of features that anyone from a non-musically trained person to someone who is is music classes will appreciate. The app does not use traditional musical notation to … Continue reading Rhythm apps for teaching music
I have in the last year used an app called AnyTune Pro+ when I have needed to learn a song for which there is no sheet music. I found this app because I needed an app that allowed me to slow down the music as well as create looped sections to repeat. I’m not sure how I found the app in the first place because if … Continue reading Indispensable app for Music Teachers?
Are you a piano player but not a guitar player? Do you frequently have to work with a guitar player and help them figure out where to play chords on their guitar? Or maybe you play guitar but want to figure out how to play bass guitar. Well I’ve got an app for you! The other night a developer contacted me about an app that … Continue reading Note for Note App