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Mixkit - Hundreds of Free Music and Video Clips for Multimedia Presentations via @Rmbyrne

Mixkit - Hundreds of Free Music and Video Clips for Multimedia Presentations via @Rmbyrne | Music artist | Scoop.it
Mixkit is a website that offers hundreds of free music files and videos that you can download to use in your multimedia projects. Th

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Mijair sinclair's insight:
I think it’s good that there’s a website like this that’s out there. The website offers free music files and videos that you can download and use for projects. I think this is a good website if you want to work around things such as copyright. 

The source of the article is questionable, there are more ads than usual on this website.

I don’t think this source is super informational to audio industry professionals.
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Educational Music Apps for High School Students via Educators' tech 

Educational Music Apps for High School Students via Educators' tech  | Music artist | Scoop.it
Free resource of educational web tools, 21st century skills, tips and tutorials on how teachers and students integrate technology into education

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Mijair sinclair's insight:
This article is a good for people who are thinking about getting or wanting to get into music. It list 10 different music apps and what every app has to offer. 

This source of this article is questionable. The website seems low budget and there’s a lot of adds on the website. 

I don’t think this is a good informational source for professionals because the pros are most likely using equipment and software that surpasses theses apps by a ton. 
Zechariah Thomas V's curator insight, February 23, 8:02 PM
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Definitely using apps in music classes in school is needed. 

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I think it will bring a new source creativity just from being hands on  in a way and creating a sound.

I think this is good for the audio industry. Better way of teaching future artist and professionals in the industry.
Emma Louise's curator insight, May 13, 8:22 AM
This is an excellent article providing informative details about programs that can be used within the music classroom. From composition to theory and aural skills, each app is explained to give details about the features available. Very useful resource!
Moniqua Lowth's curator insight, May 23, 9:13 AM
Technology accessibility is imperative for the implementation of technology within the classroom. It is fair to assume that most students have access to a mobile device, either personally or within their household. Utilising resources in this capacity in a relatable format can engage students in exploration, creation and practice outside the classroom.
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Mixkit - Hundreds of Free Music and Video Clips for Multimedia Presentations via @Rmbyrne

Mixkit - Hundreds of Free Music and Video Clips for Multimedia Presentations via @Rmbyrne | Music artist | Scoop.it
Mixkit is a website that offers hundreds of free music files and videos that you can download to use in your multimedia projects. Th

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
Mijair sinclair's insight:
I think it’s good that there’s a website like this that’s out there. The website offers free music files and videos that you can download and use for projects. I think this is a good website if you want to work around things such as copyright. 

The source of the article is questionable, there are more ads than usual on this website.

I don’t think this source is super informational to audio industry professionals.
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Music Streaming Reportedly Declining Due to Coronavirus

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Music Streaming Reportedly Declining Due to Coronavirus: Data from Spotify may suggest that widespread self-isolation is to blame.


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Mijair sinclair's insight:
I think this is a good article especially if you work in the music industry. It could make artist aware of the sharp declines, which would maybe prevent them from releasing any projects during a declining time.

The source of the article seems legit. They have a very nice and organized website that looks likes it was professionally made. 

This source is definitely a major informational  audio industry professionals.
Hollywood Jones 's curator insight, March 22, 9:41 PM
Music being put on hold
jio randolph's curator insight, March 22, 11:29 PM
I believe that with the outbreak going on and more and more people staying indoors I would think that streams would increase but there seems to be a decline in numbers. As for the source of the article it comes from hypebeast.com the site is grared towards a younger audience discussing things like street fashion, and hip-hop culture. I don't recommend this source for Audio students
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Deep Learning Through Music - Congratulations to #ocsb teacher Natalie Andrews featured in Ottawa Life Magazine

Deep Learning Through Music - Congratulations to #ocsb teacher Natalie Andrews featured in Ottawa Life Magazine | Music artist | Scoop.it
It’s not every day you meet a music/math polymath, but some lucky kids at St. Martin de Porres Catholic Elementary School in Kanata get to meet one every school day.

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Mijair sinclair's insight:
I think it’s cool that there’s a teacher out there that can teach her students through music. I definitely could imagine it making learning more fun for the students.

The article was written by Michael Bussiėre from the OLM OTTAWALIFE magazine company which seems like a good source.

I think this could be good information to audio professionals because it lets them know more kids are being exposed to music at young ages which might get more people into the music business in the future.


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The new XFM2 FPGA Synthesizer Module #Synth #Music #FPGA #Midi « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

The new XFM2 FPGA Synthesizer Module #Synth #Music #FPGA #Midi « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Music artist | Scoop.it
The XFM2 Synthesizer Module is a 64-voice, 2-part, 6-operator FM Synthesizer with built-in effects processor, built on an FPGA chip.The build is based on two pre-assembled development boards: the …...

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I thinks this is a good product for music producers trying to expand their tools. It’s always great to have more tools to work with because it opens up more possibilities. 

This article was provided by an organization with a good website, so I would say that the source is good. 

I would say this is a major source for audio industry professionals especially if there’re looking for more to work with.
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