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Music Learning Today - Chapter 3

This is a list of resources for the book Music Learning Today: Digital Pedagogy for Creating, Performing, and Responding to Music by William I. Bauer

Thinking Methods: SCAMPER

SCAMPER is an acronym for seven thinking techniques that help those who use them come up untypical solutions to problems. The thinking techniques are so common to human creative behavior that it might be more accurate to call SCAMPER a mnemonic for the collection of techniques rather than a technique of its own.

SmartMusic - Music Education Software

SmartMusic: music education software for educators and students. Make practicing and tracking student progress easy and fun.

PG Music Inc. - Band-in-a-Box, RealBand, and more

Band-in-a-Box 2014 has over 50 new features and enhancements and a great new look... The GUI has been redesigned with a slick new look and many new time-saving features have been added. New Toolbars, Song / Style areas, an on-screen mixer, a redesigned chord sheet with handwritten "real" looking chord fonts and more.

iReal Pro - Music Book and Play Along

Phone At a gig, in the practice room, or at home - iReal Pro is Your Band on the Run At the gig, when you need to quickly look up the chords for a song - or a new key. In the practice room, jamming with the play along band for hours.

Stanford Mobile Phone Orchestra (MoPhO)

The Stanford Mobile Phone Orchestra (MoPhO) is a first-of-its-kind ensemble that explores social music-making using mobile devices (e.g., iPhones and iPads). Far beyond ring-tones, MoPhO's interactive social-musical works and research take advantage of the unique technological capabilities of today's hardware and software, transforming multi-touch screens, built-in accelerometers, gyroscopes, microphones, cameras, GPS, data networks, and computation into powerful, mobile, and personal musical instruments and experiences.




To provide musicians with a greater opportunity for collaboration and self-expression through technology. These unique headphone mixers let each musician in your band dial in their own custom mix, for a studio quality jamming experience every time you play. By locking the sound inside headphones, JamHub studios reduce the volume in the room, making silent rehearsal possible no matter where you play.

Yamaha "Silent" Instruments

Technology to allow acoustic instruments to be played "silently."