KORG Gadget for iPad MOBILE SYNTHESIZER STUDIO Songs that you create using KORG Gadget can be shared on "GadgetCloud," a music sharing site for KORG Gadget users worldwide. By exchanging songs between mobile musicians around the world, you can communicate in ways that bypass language barriers, and also improve your skill as a creative artist. This is a music production space that's fun to use; you can submit your songs for selection as tracks recommended by KORG, enter various contents, and use the ranking system. You can also upload from KORG Gadget directly to any social networking service such as SoundCloud, Facebook, or Twitter, sending your tracks wherever you like. *GadgetCloud is based on SoundCloud, the cloud service that's supported by creative artists world-wide.
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How to monitor battery usage on your iPad Check this feature off in the very helpful, but wish I would have discovered it sooner category. Perhaps you were searching for how to turn your battery percentage on in your iPad status bar and were lucky enough to stumble across it sooner than me. No matter how you might, or might not have gotten there, knowing how you spend your valuable iPad battery charge can be very empowering. eTools for Language Teachers - Free French Language PowerPoint Exercises Over the years, I have created many different lessons for K to 8 French classes using PowerPoint presentations. I believe that PowerPoint is truly the best way to teach song lyrics because the children just follow along as the words come up and the images greatly facilitate comprehension. I recommend that you read the songs through once with the children, and then play it with the music the second time through.
14 Free Musical Instrument iPad Apps Posted on May 13th, 2013 in Free, iPads, Music Tech Tips. 14 Free iPad Apps: Play A Musical Instrument In the second part of my 5-part series about free music iPad apps (following on from 19 Free iPad Apps for Musical Creativity), we take a look at musical instruments. Before we start, let me just say that I do not advocate playing an iPad instrument when playing the real thing is an option: nothing can replace the feel and the sound of playing real, live instruments with other real, live musicians. Creative Book Builder ★ Coloring Book(Animal) ★ ▶ Description ◀Cute & Useful Images Animals,dinosaur, birds and so much more Over 50 images! This App is for everyone having children or who want to learn English With Drawing ▶ Features ◀1.
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20 ways to use a tablet in the classroom Whatever model of Android or iOS tablet you have available, it’s a hugely versatile tool when it comes to educating and entertaining children. Here are some of the best apps and features you can make use of in the classroom – some of which you have to pay for and others that are free. 1 Dive into 360-degree videos This is the most basic form of virtual reality, a full sphere of video centred on the spectator who can view an environment in any direction. The content works with VR headsets but is also available through browsers and mobile devices.
48 iPad Apps That Teachers Love Apple’s iPad and other tablet computers have certainly been garnering ardent support from the edtech community. Gadget geek teachers love the thousands of apps available to give their courses a multimedia edge, and students love how so many reach out to different learning styles. For the connected classroom, the following stand out as either great supplements to various lessons or essential, time-saving streamlining strategies. Applis incontournables Ginger Keyboard helps you write better and faster with our FREE keyboard and writing app! Special Christmas Sale Going On Now! Spruce up your keyboard with big savings on our awesome-looking themes for the holiday season. Ginger Keyboard and Page app is a free keyboard and writing enhancement app that offers you a better way to quickly write on your mobile phone and tablet.
The 100 best mobile apps to try in 2016 – DailyTekk I’ll let you in on a little secret: some of the best, coolest and most useful apps aren’t ever featured in the App Store (or in Google Play). It’s a shame because there are some brilliant apps waiting to be downloaded that can make your life better and more enjoyable and make your work day more productive. So what I’ve done is roundup some incredible awesome apps which (mostly) debuted over the last 12 months that I think are worth your time to check out in the next 12 months. Many of these apps are from small developers with little to no advertising budgets meaning their apps have either flown under the radar or simply deserve more coverage.