TI:ME Essay: Notation Software

Barbara FreedmanMusic Technology Basics, Uncategorized6 Comments

This is another essays as part of TI:ME Level 1 Certification and answers specific questions posed for certification. This essay goes a little further as it address the concept of music literacy. Before purists vote to lynch me, let me say that I think teaching students to read traditional music notation is important. However, I don’t think it’s of primary importance and I hope it becomes clearer in this article.

Student Music Now On iTunes, Napster, Rhapsody & more

Barbara FreedmanUncategorized0 Comments

Greenwich High School Electronic Music Students pieces are now available through several music aggregators: To purchase music through iTunes, follow these 3 easy steps: 1 – Go to the iTunes Store 2 – Type Greenwich High School into the iTunes Store search engine 3 – Purchase music. Each tune is $.99 or the entire CD of 25 tunes can be … Read More

Podcamp NYC 2.0

Barbara FreedmanPerformances, podcast, student music, Uncategorized0 Comments

The second PodCamp NYC will be this Friday & Saturday April 25 & 26 in Brooklyn, NY (no, you don’t need a passport to get there). This year’s PodCamp will focus on education and I’ll be speaking at 2pm on Saturday. My session is called Cashing in on Digital Distribution for Public Schools or “The High Tech Bake Sale”. I’ll … Read More