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How music notation software impacts musicians

How music notation software impacts musicians | Music Education in Schools | Scoop.it
I was asked to answer the question, "Does music notation software have a considerable impact on musicians?" on Quora. Here's my answer.
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What are the positives and negatives of using music notation software? (Such as Sibelius)

Who do you think would benefit the most out of using these tools and why?

Why would we use these notation tools in our classroom?

How do you think this kind of software could be deveoped for the future and what changes would you make to it? (If any)

 

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The Elements of Music | Learning and Loving Music Theory

The Elements of Music | Learning and Loving Music Theory | Music Education in Schools | Scoop.it
The most basic parts of music, and the beginning of music theory.
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Bandcoach ~ Beginning Theory 3: Song Structures

Bandcoach ~ Beginning Theory 3: Song Structures | Music Education in Schools | Scoop.it
Bandcoach where the Bandcoach dispenses philosphy on teaching music and band, music theory, writing for specific instruments, creating arrangements and original compositions
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This website is a great tool to use when structuring your composition. A range of genres are given - from jazz and blues, to classical and rock - that demonstrate how to compose in each of these different styles effectively.

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Great Educational Music Apps for your iPad

Great Educational Music Apps for your iPad | Music Education in Schools | Scoop.it
Good news for music teachers. We have just learned about a great booklet full of educational music apps for iPad. It is really amazing how much time and effort Samuel must have invested in...

Via Jon Samuelson
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