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We are pleased to announce that the mobile version of Theta Music Trainer is now available for iPad. The app can be downloaded free of charge and Theta Music subscribers automatically receive full access to all games and levels on the iPad app. Recent Updates 2014/04/03iPad App Release - We are pleased to announce that the mobile version of Theta Music Trainer is now available for iPad. The app can be downloaded free of charge and Theta Music subscribers automatically receive full access to all games and levels on the iPad app. 2014/01/07Winter Games 2014 - Our 4th Annual Winter Games will be held on January 23rd, 2014.

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Oxium Performance synthesizer ! Check out the DEMO Oxium Oxium is a performance oriented synthesizer, offering both a classic pure analog sound and modern tones. with awesome real time modulations capabilities, allowing you to play a synthesizer in ways you could never have imagined. Due to its simple and intuitive user interface Oxium is fast and easy to operate: How to Read Music User Reviewed Eight Parts:The BasicsMeter and TimeRhythmMelodySharps, Flats, Naturals, and KeysDynamics and ExpressionAdvancingTable of Key SignaturesCommunity Q&A Written music is a language that has been developing for thousands of years, and even the music we read today has been around for over 300 years. Music notation is the representation of sound with symbols, from basic notations for pitch, duration, and timing, to more advanced descriptions of expression, timbre, and even special effects.

Research Songsmith: Teachers' Corner Songsmith is a great way to encourage students to be creative: many music teachers know that sometimes just helping kids “find their spark” is the hardest part of stimulating musical creativity. Furthermore, Songsmith can help you teach musical concepts that are sometimes difficult, particularly how chords are used in pop music and how melodies and chords fit together. Using tools like Songsmith to explore these concepts can help connect what students are learning in music class to the music they listen to at home, whether they’re in third grade or in high school.

CTA Classroom: Using Auxes, Groups, VCAs & Matrixes Pt. 4 — ChurchTechArts I’ve also created a single band VCA in the past that controlled all instrument and vocal inputs. I didn’t use it for mixing, but for taking the entire band out in one button press (on that desk, a VCA mute muted all the channels, including monitors). I still had my individual VCAs as well, and I did some mixing on them. Any time you want to control a group of inputs as a whole, a VCA is a great way to go. Drums are a perfect example because once you get the various drum mic's dialed in and sounding like a kit, you typically want to raise and lower the level of the drums, not the toms and hat (well sometimes you do…).

Learning and Loving Music Theory Kelvin, You actually caught a mistake on the roman numerals! Thanks, I’ll have to fix that. The first and last chords of the progression are not 7th chords. The Levelator® from The Conversations Network As of the end of 2012, the Levelator is no longer supported or being updated by The Conversations Network. We have therefore stopped accepting donations. Please continue to download and use the most-recent versions. Windows Requires Windows XP, Vista or 7 Download The Levelator® for Windows (version 2.1.1) Latest build: 4261 Download previous versions: Requires OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or later Tested with OS X 10.7 (Lion) Universal binary (PowerPC and Intel native support) Download The Levelator® for OS X (version 2.1.1) Latest build: 4261 Download previous versions:

CTA Classroom: Using Auxes, Groups, VCAs & Matrixes Pt. 3 — ChurchTechArts Think of each row of aux controls as another row of faders, but instead of moving up and and down, they rotate. By adjusting the levels of each of your channels in an aux mix, you build that mix for a monitor. At least that’s one use. Free Music Theory Worksheets! Material on this page is free.NEW! you can now consult an index of terms used in these worksheets.Also explore a page of worksheet extras: Worksheet Answers, Test Templates and Flash Presentations. Here are some testimonials from music teachers about these workbook chapters: I have been using your fantastic music theory sheets and PDF downloads to teach high school piano theory to 28 students per class, all of whom are at different levels of study and accomplishment.

11 Ideas for Music Lessons on your Interactive Whiteboard I’ve been asked several times recently on Twitter to recommend ideas for Music lessons that involve the interactive whiteboard. So here are 10 free resources, and one excellent paid-for resource, that will help you make music on your interactive whiteboard. More can be found on my delicious list. MoodStream Moodstream is a really interesting tool. It combines images (from Getty Images) and audio tracks to suit your mood. CTA Classroom: Defining Auxes, Groups, VCAs & Matrixes Pt. 2 — ChurchTechArts VCA is an abbreviation for Voltage Controlled Amplifier. Without getting super-technical, think of a VCA as a remote control for your fader. That might not seem very useful at first, considering you already have the fader right there. Where it gets fun is that you can assign multiple channels to a VCA, and you can assign a channel to multiple VCAs. More on that later. Here’s how a VCA works (at least functionally—look it up if you want to know how they work electrically): Let’s say you have your lead vocal—channel 1—assigned to VCA 1.

Why the circle of fourths is so important when learning major scales Playing your major scales should be a part of your daily practice regimen. However, practicing them in a “circle of fourths” or “circle of fifths” pattern is even better. Let’s focus more on circle of fourths. If you type “circle of fourths” or “circle of fifths” in google, you can actually find a host of other examples. Notice that the keys go from: C >>> F >>> Bb >>> Eb and so forth.

List of video game musicians The following is a list of computer and video game musicians, those who have worked in the video game industry to produce video game soundtracks or otherwise contribute musically. A broader list of major figures in the video game industry is also available. For a full article, see video game music. The list is sorted in alphabetical order by last name. WiiMote and GlovePie is MIDI Prerequisites (what you need to get it working): Hardware ComputerBluetooth adapter (an adapter for using an open wireless protocol for exchanging data over short distances). Wii Remote (also known as a wiimote, the primary controller for Nintendo's Wii console)Software GlovePie(is a free Programmable Input Emulator, originally for the Essential Reality P5 Virtual Reality Glove, which now supports a huge range of input devices, especially the Nintendo Wii Remote (Wiimote))MIDI Yoke (allows you to connect the MIDI output from one program to the MIDI input of a different program)MIDI-OX (is a 32 bit multi-purpose tool: it is both a diagnostic tool and a System Exclusive librarian. It can perform filtering and mapping of MIDI data streams. Let's get going:

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