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We talk about anything and everything related to technology in law schools. Hosted by David Dickens, Consulting Technologist at Pepperdine Law School, with co-hosts Ben Chapman, Asst. Dean for IT at Emory Law School; Jonathan Ezor, law professor and Director of the Institute for Business, Law & Technology at Touro Law School; and Debbie Ginsberg, Educational Technology Librarian at Chicago-Kent College of Law. Our producer is Ed Myers, Media Services Coordinator at Temple School of Law. This ...
 
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Dorico is out for iPad! Daniel Spreadbury (Product Marketing Manager) joins me to talk about it. Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Show Notes: Dorico, featuring Daniel Spreadbury (Season 3, Episode …
 
Robby and David compare smart speakers, their assistants, and their smart home ecosystems. This episode covers the HomePod, Google Nest, Amazon Echo, Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, Sonos speakers, and the various quirks that result from trying to use them in combination. Backstage Access Patreon supporters get extended conversation about Apple Note…
 
Composer Alex Shapiro joins the show to talk about a little bit of everything!--> getting young students to compose, the importance of composing repertoire for young musicians, writing electro-acoustic music, her curriculum Putting the E in Ensemble, the social implications of modern and future technology, her amazing studio space, and more. Join P…
 
Robby and Craig break down the announcements from Apple’s Word Wide Developer Conference and discuss how teachers might use the upcoming features to their latest software updates. Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro …
 
Thanks to this week’s sponsor, the DMV Percussion Academy. Learn more and register here. Description Robby overviews his three most successful Soundtrap projects in 2021. Chapters: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:00:14 - Sponsor: DMV Percussion Academy 00:01:24 - About this Episode 00:03:51 - YAY SUMMER 00:05:11 - 1: Melody Composition / Loop Accompaniment 00:…
 
Ethan and Will join the show to talk about their book Electronic Music School, the Prime Directive, writing apps, and the future of the iPad. Chapters: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:01:25 - Sponsor: DMV Percussion Academy 00:02:03 - Star Trek 00:04:18 - Electronic Music School 00:10:09 - Teaching Underlying Musical Concepts of Electronic Music Styles 00:18:3…
 
Robby and David talk about forScore for the Mac and its new syncing feature. But also, lots of music theory. Also included: Loop-based music theory GoodNotes for the Mac Transcribe Apps Tech podcasts we like Music YouTubers we like Our favorite music, tech tips, and albums of the week Show Notes: David's other appearances on this show: #30 - Apps f…
 
Composer and teacher, David MacDonald, returns for a discussion about the apps we use for notes, research, writing, and clipping data to find later. Other topics: What kinds of work goes in which kinds of apps Digital research tools Kindle Paperwhite Streaming / virtual teaching tools Music theory YouTubers Zooming in to your Mac screen Quickly tak…
 
Robby explains how he uses Noteflight, Soundtrap, and Flipgrid to create engaging, asynchronous, assignments for students in his performing ensembles. Show Notes Develop Performance Skills Remotely with Cloud Software - Video and Blog Post TMEA Session Notes Noteflight Soundtrap Flipgrid Scanner Pro Scanbot Sheet Music Scanner App METT Episode 28 -…
 
Robby explains the software, hardware, and teaching strategies he uses to run engaging and effective music rehearsals in a remote or hybrid environment. This information was presented earlier this month at the Maryland Music Educators Association conference. The notes and links below are from the session notes of that presentation. Learn More From …
 
Shawna Longo joins the show to talk about our hybrid teaching gear, social emotional learning, cloud-based music tools, and our favorite apps/albums/tech tips of the week. Topics include: COVID hybrid teaching strategies Teaching hardware (on a cart!) Teaching performance virtually social emotional learning music tools in the cloud the Canvas maste…
 
Technology trainer and speaker, Katie Wardrobe, joins the show to talk about producing technology training and resources for music teachers. (And way more) Topics include: Katie’s exceptional website: Midnight Music Free vs. paid software Teaching facing / student facing software M1 and Intel Macs Tools Katie uses to make content Canva File Managem…
 
Rob Knopper (Metropolitan Opera, auditionhacker, percussionhacker) joins the show to talk about mastering practice, improving the audition process, and using technology to support his multifaceted efforts as a performing percussionist, teacher, and creator of web resources for musicians. Other topics include: How to Practice With Technology Technol…
 
Richard McCready returns to the show to bring in the new year. We reflect on what we learned over the past year and discuss how music teachers can challenge their perception of tradition, creativity, and learning process, moving forward. Of course we also share our app and album picks of the week. Show Notes: METT Season 2, Episode 1 - Digital Orga…
 
Paul Kafasis, CEO of Rogue Amoeba, joins Robby to talk about the stellar audio apps they make and how Robby is using them in the music classroom both before and during COVID. Show Notes: Rogue Amoeba Website: Macaudio.com Robby’s Scale Exercise Play-Along Tracks Stream Deck Rogue Amoeba Apps: Audio Hijack Loopback Sound Source Piezo Farrago Fission…
 
Show Notes: Tyler S. Grant Brian Balmages Sibelius Dorico StaffPad for iPad Copy and paste from StaffPad with finger gestures Logic Pro Ableton Live OmniFocus Freedom app My Store | robbyburns.com/store Robby’s Scale Exercise Play-Along Tracks Sponsor Music Ed Tech Talk Last Episode’s Show Notes (complete with TikTok concerning the recent “We Wish …
 
Robby’s cohost from The Class Nerd podcast, Craig McClellan, returns to talk about recent smart home and Apple purchases, speakers with digital assistants, technology and music we are thankful for. Sponsor Music Ed Tech Talk! Do you have a product or service related to music or technology that you would love to get in front of music educators? Reac…
 
Will Kuhn joins the show to talk about Apple’s new Macs, teaching electronic music, home automation, and his forthcoming book, Electronic Music School. Show Notes: We recorded this episode right after last week's Apple event! People have now used and reviewed these machines! I recommend this one, this one, and this one. Other topics include: Apple …
 
Thanks to my sponsor this month, Flat for Education. Dr. Frank Buck returns to the show for Part 2 of the Productivity Boot Camp mini-series to talk all about managing calendars, handling email, time tracking, and automation! Dr. Frank Buck is a productivity master with a background in band directing and administration. I share my knowledge of Appl…
 
Thanks to my sponsors this month, Flat for Education. Dr. Frank Buck returns to the show for the kick-off of my mini-series, Productivity Boot Camp! Dr. Frank Buck is a productivity master with a background in band directing and administration. I share my knowledge of Apple products and native third-party apps, and he shares his experience with web…
 
Dr. Christopher Cicconi, Assistant Professor of Music Education, and Director of Bands and Orchestra at Towson University, joins the show to talk about selecting meaningful repertoire for your ensemble. We also talk about score study with iPad Pro apps, involving yourself in your music teaching community, and yes, I go on a tangent about my favorit…
 
Thanks to my sponsor this month, MusicFirst David MacDonald returns to the show to talk about the hardware and software in our virtual teaching setups. Then we speculate about touchscreen Macs and consider how Apple's recent App Store policies might impact the future of creative professional software on iOS. Topics include: New Zoom features for mu…
 
Elementary music educator, Amy Burns, joins the show! We talk about Seesaw, using tech in the elementary general music classroom, and her new book: Using Technology with Elementary Music Approaches!!! Show Notes: Noteflight Soundtrap MusicFirst Seesaw Dr. Barbara Freedman Flipgrid METT Episode #14 with Theresa Hoover Ducassoux Katie Wardrobe | Midn…
 
Theresa Hoover Ducassoux joins the show to talk about technology for teaching band at a distance, productivity methodologies, Google apps for personal and school use, Flipgrid, empowering students, and more... Other topics: Personal productivity systems and apps The Getting Things Done Methodology Teaching band online Being creative with whatever t…
 
John Mlynczak returns to the show to discuss Noteflight's new integration with Sound Check and offers advice to educators about teaching online this fall, and what we can learn from it. Show Notes: Could not find the exact article I read on Zoom fatigue but there are plenty. Here’s one. Noteflight Noteflight Learn SoundCheck Integrates with Notefli…
 
Subscribe to Music Ed Tech Talk: Subscribe to the Blog Subscribe to the Podcast in... Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Meredith Allen, Sales Enablement Manager at Soundtrap, joins the show to talk about using Soundtrap in the music classroom to create music and podcasts, getting acquired by Spotify, and wearing hard pants. Show No…
 
Subscribe to Music Ed Tech Talk: Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS A swift return to the show from Craig McClellan to talk about all of the things Apple announced at their developer conference this past week and how we see it influencing our work. Show Notes: WWDC 2020 Keynote iPhone New Features - iOS 14 Preview eero WiFi OmniFocu…
 
Robby’s Ellicott Mills Middle School colleague, Ben Denne, joins the show to talk about designing a sequential instrumental music curriculum, and how they track student progress in the FileMaker app. Other topics include: Workflows for producing virtual band/orchestra videos The importance of developing audiation in student musicians The strengths …
 
Craig returns to talk about automating bedtime routines with Shortcuts, HomeKit automation, automating the Mac, our decision to end The Class Nerd podcast, and more. Show Notes: HomePods at Best Buy Apple HomeKit Robby’s “My Favorite Technology” page - includes all home automation devices and apps he uses at home Wemo Smart Switch Lutron Caseta Sma…
 
Friend and colleague, Lori Schwartz Reichl, joins the show to talk about student and teacher engagement, the up-sides of teaching private lessons remotely, broadening her teaching career beyond the classroom, the Institute for Composer Diversity, and much more! Show Notes: -Lori’s website - Making Key Changes -Zoom - Recording both sides of the con…
 
Chris and Paul, co-hosts of the Music Education & Technology Podcast, rejoin the show to talk about how we are doing for distance learning, StaffPad for iPadOS, and other recent news in music technology education. Show Notes: dear music teachers… please stop asking how to create a virtual choir video | Midnight Music Virtualchoir.net - Keep singing…
 
David MacDonald, composer and professor at Wichita State University, joins the show to talk about paperless iPad workflows, student collaboration over the cloud, the state of notation apps on the iPad, and some of our favorite macOS and iOS productivity apps. More topics include: -Collaborating on student composition projects over the cloud using i…
 
Julianna Mateyko, Director of Support and Training for MusicFirst, joins the show to give me customer support. Other topics include: teaching music remote, quarantined lifestyles, Instacart, and cute life-simulator games as a form of escapism in the age of COVID. Also, our favorite albums and apps of the week. Show Notes: -MusicFirst -Jim Frankel -…
 
Andrew Hitz (former tuba player for Boston Brass, professor at Shenandoah University, speaker, creator, and podcaster) joins the show to talk about portfolio careers, being an entrepreneurial musician, confident self-promotion, apps we’re using, classical music subscription services, and taking Sam Pilafian to his first Phish show. And as usual, wa…
 
Paul Shimmons, author of iPad and Technology in Music Ed, joins the show to talk about Apple’s new software releases: iPad OS 13 and macOS Catalina. But we also find time to talk about our favorite apps, microphones, recording workflows, subscription pricing for software, Siri Shortcuts, iPad apps for Mac, the new iPhone, and the new Apple Watch. S…
 
Ethan Hein joins the show to talk about no less than the following: Ableton Live, bias in harmonic analysis, hip-hop in music education, music education in hip-hop, the racial politics of defining genre, white people covering hip-hop songs on acoustic instruments, basing a dissertation on blog posts, the aesthetics of dubstep and metal, and Ethan a…
 
Programmer and musician, Jon Tippens, returns to the show to talk about Robby’s podcast rebrand, how to practice, playing the inner game of tennis, career changing to tech, and his favorite apps and music. Show Notes: @ryebot on Twitter, designer of my new artwork Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Betty Edwards The Natural Rider, Mary Wanless…
 
This week Robby catches up with John Mlynczak, Managing Director of Noteflight, about their new Marketplace platform and the state of digital music publishing. My opening monologue that usually introduces the show and guest was lost in an epic battle with my MacBook this week. Enjoy, instead, an awkward cold open, brought to you by Roomba and the A…
 
Show Notes Greg Pierce Agile Tortoise | Twitter Referenced Stuff OmniFocus TaskPaper TaskPaper documentation Fantastical Calendar App Drafts Action Directory TextExpander Workflow app Bear note app Automating iOS: A Comprehensive Guide to URL Schemes and Drafts Actions Other Apps by Agile Tortoise Terminology | Tally | Diced…
 
Chris returns to the show to talk about Apple’s Education Event this past week. Chris Russell Twitter | Blog: Technology in Music Education | Podcast: Music Education Technology | Blog: Ukestuff | Youtube Show Notes: Apple Education Page | Keynote Apple’s 2012 Keynote Acer Chromebook Tab 10 Logitech Rugged Combo 2 Keyboard| Logitech Crayon Here’s E…
 
Craig returns to the show to talk about how we manage tasks, and the apps we use to manage them. There is a strong emphasis here on two of the premium task apps for Mac and iOS, Things and OmniFocus. This episode isn't so much a showdown between Craig and I or one app and another. It is more a celebration of the great features of pro task apps that…
 
Daniel Spreadbury, Product Manager of notation editor, Dorico, joins the show. Once we got going, this conversation ventured into great detail on the subject of Daniel’s start at Sibelius, using the different modes of Dorico, user interface design, the challenges of software development, the future of Dorico on mobile, and much more. Daniel’s artic…
 
Paul Simmons and Chris Russell (Co-hosts of the Music Education Technology Podcast) join the show to talk about all of the new features in iOS 11. We touch on it all! The dock, multitasking, the new Files app, new Notes features, and even the iPhone X announcement. This is a great episode to listen to if you have seen Apple’s prompt to update and y…
 
The epic conclusion of season two of Robby Burns + Friends has come! Thank you for listening to this season all about my book, Digital Organization Tips for Music Teachers. The book was released one year ago this month. I have had an absolute blast interviewing music educators all year long on topics relating to organization and technology in the m…
 
This week Dr. Ken Elpus joins the show to talk about productivity apps and utilities that he uses to get his busy and multifaceted job done. Ken is the Associate Professor of Choral Music Education at the University of Maryland College Park. He is an absolute power user when it comes to leveraging his computer in amazing ways to better do his job! …
 
Kevin Eikenberg of Four/Ten Media joins the show to talk to Robby about strategies for working with video. Four/Ten Media is made of up Kevin and Evan Chapman, a past percussion student of mine. Kevin produced the video trailer for my book and Evan’s band, Square Peg Round Hole, provided the background music. Kevin Eikenberg Four/Ten Media Website …
 
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