Anthony

  • Intro to Teaching Music With BandLab

    Intro to Teaching Music With BandLab

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES Today’s video begins a new series about using BandLab in blended learning. It’s a long one as I am introducing the site and tools, and first composition using the loops library. As well as that, this week’s ‘Teacher Read’ is my first look at ‘Digital Minimalism’ by Cal Newport. 00:00​ intro 00:28​…

  • Ableton’s Online Music Tools

    Ableton’s Online Music Tools

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES Today’s video shines a light on the great web tools and learning resources made by Ableton, and provided freely on their website. I drive around the different areas available with a few quick demos of what is available to you. If you’ve never been to ableton.com it’s worth the couple of minutes…

  • 14 Ways to Teach Music Using Audacity | Part 2

    14 Ways to Teach Music Using Audacity | Part 2

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES Today’s video is the second in my series about how to use and teach with Audacity. It covers 14 more examples of ways to use the app. This includes rounds and ostinato, found sounds and sound walks, making backing tracks, recording podcasts and stories, and editing speed, tempo, key and pitch of…

  • Teaching Music Using Audacity | Part 1 – Recording and Editing

    Teaching Music Using Audacity | Part 1 – Recording and Editing

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES Today’s video is the first in my series about how to use and teach with Audacity. It covers the basics of the app as well as then my first batch of examples about how to use it in teaching music. This includes recording performances and compositions, how to add backing tracks and…

  • Tips to Use OneNote to Teach Music Part 3 | Audio Bookmarking

    Tips to Use OneNote to Teach Music Part 3 | Audio Bookmarking

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES This is part 3 of my OneNote for music teaching series – this time about audio bookmarking in music files and student’s own recordings. In this video I talk about using OneNote to teach music by bookmarking points in a piece of music, such as a choir track to help rehearse, and…

  • Tips to Use OneNote to Teach Music | Part 2 – Embedding

    Tips to Use OneNote to Teach Music | Part 2 – Embedding

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES This is part 2 of my OneNote for music teaching series – this time about Embedding files and content. OneNote is a note taking app for organising pages into folders. In this video I talk about using OneNote to teach music by embedding video content, recorded lessons, forms and surveys, different audio…

  • Tips to Use OneNote to Teach Music | Part 1 – Images & Inking

    Tips to Use OneNote to Teach Music | Part 1 – Images & Inking

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES OneNote is a note taking app for organising pages into folders. In this video I talk about using OneNote to teach music. I cover using the app and in the browser, both through Office365 and Teams, or through a free Microsoft account. This is part one of a series on OneNote. In…

  • 6 Ways to Teach Music Online with FlipGrid

    6 Ways to Teach Music Online with FlipGrid

    ✅ VIDEO NOTES In this video I talk about using FlipGrid to allow educators to record lesson inputs that learners can watch if they are in school or at home. They can then respond with a video recording of their own, either via webcam or screen share. FlipGrid has a large number of really excellent…

  • 10 Tips For Teaching Body Percussion (When We Can’t Sing)

    10 Tips For Teaching Body Percussion (When We Can’t Sing)

    In this video I talk about using body percussion with songs to develop group music making , explore rhythms and phrasing and foster an enjoyment of playing together. I show how to take and make graphic score images and how to support traditional counting and notation methods with graphic scores, as well as how to…