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Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without
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  • 1. Music Software I Couldn’t Live Without…and neither should you!
    Presented by Erin Contrady
    Ulster County Common Conference
    April 24, 2009
  • 2. Criteria
    Usefulness
    Ease of Use
    Versatility
    Value for Purchase Price
  • 3. Breakdown
    Top 3 Features
    Demonstration
    Pricing/Availability
  • 4. Music Ace
    24 Notation and eartraining lessons
    Works great with a Smartboard
    Includes teacher’s handbook with plenty of reproducibles.
  • 5. Music ace
  • 6. Music ace
  • 7. Groovy Series
    Lessons on all musical elements.
    Students can compose, and share their music on the
    Groovy website.
    Teachers manual with MENC standards-based lesson ideas.
  • 8. Groovy shapes
  • 9. Groovy jungle
  • 10. Groovy city
  • 11. Sing and See
    Gives a visual display of pitch accuracy, intonation, and dynamics.
    Spectrogram view shows tone quality objectively. Students can see changes.
    Performances can be saved for student’s portfolio, demonstrating vocal growth.
  • 12. Mixcraft
    Students create music quickly and easily with prerecorded loops.
    Add live performance or narration with multitrack recording.
    Perfect for podcasting!
  • 13. Finale
    Create worksheets and exercises from templates.
    Create accompaniments and burn to CD, mp3, or post on the web for home practice. Easy to isolate parts.
    Notate music for Boomwhackers.
  • 14. Mastering Music
    Combines notation, sequencing, performance assessment, and ear training all in one program.
    Over 400 lessons with video help.
    Students can access from home.
  • 15. Alfred’s essentials of music theory
    SPECIAL SNEAK PREVIEW
  • 16. Thank you for coming toMusic Software I Couldn’t Live Without…and neither should you!Erin ContradyM. Clifford Miller Middle SchoolLake Katrine, NY 12449(845) 382-2960econtrady@kingstoncityschools.orghttp://contradysclassroom/mypodcast.com

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