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  • New directions music tech:
    talk about the direction the internet is heading
    how it’s changing the way people are creating, playing and buying music


  • Internet is in second phase of existence
    Old version: Web 1.0
    Brochure sites. visit > get info > leave
    site doesn’t change much over time
  • Currently in 2nd phase which is being called Web 2.0
    Term does not refer to new technology - refers to the way the internet is being used
  • There are 2 main themes or ideas in web 2.0



  • Collaboration and sharing not new
  • The tools which we use to collaborate and share
  • The tools which we use to collaborate and share
  • Websites that fall under web 2.0 catoegory:
    places you go to interact with others
    places you go to create, make, do
    places you go to work with colleagues (who may not live anywhere near you)
  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • You may use a number of these tools already
    Google - docs, gmail, maps, earth
    Facebook, Myspace
    Blogs, podcasts
    Flickr, Youtube

  • Main point is that you should use these tools only if they enhance what you do

  • Growth of music programs that exist “in the cloud”
    Cloud computing: the cloud is the internet
    Rather than download app: you access it from your internet browser
  • Growth of music programs that exist “in the cloud”
    Cloud computing: the cloud is the internet
    Rather than download app: you access it from your internet browser
  • Growth of music programs that exist “in the cloud”
    Cloud computing: the cloud is the internet
    Rather than download app: you access it from your internet browser
  • What’s so good about cloud computing?
  • What’s so good about cloud computing?
  • What’s so good about cloud computing?
  • What’s so good about cloud computing?

















  • seventhstring.com/metronome
    webmetronome
  • seventhstring.com/tuner
    chordfind.com


  • Good thing about web 2.0 - more people are willingly sharing their original work:
    music, photos, movies
    Encourage students to use CC multimedia resources and contribute back again





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  • 1. Katie Wardrobe, Midnight Music Music Technology & Web 2.0 Camberwell Grammar 12 April 2010
  • 2. Direction → Internet
  • 3. Old version = “web 1.0” Image: Rick E Dick on Flickr
  • 4. 2nd phase: Web 2.0 Image: Leo Reynold on Flickr
  • 5. Web 2.0: two main themes/ideas Image: Pierre Bedat on Flickr
  • 6. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  • 7. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  • 8. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  • 9. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  • 10. Collaboration & sharing are not new ideas Image: Zetson on Flickr
  • 11. Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
  • 12. What is new? Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
  • 13. What is new? Collaboration & sharing tools Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
  • 14. “These new websites are environments within which we do something. They are not the document, they are the tool with which to create (and edit) our own documents, organize them according to our own preferences, and connect with other people over them” “The 20 Things You Must Know About Music Online” New Music Strategies 2007 (Andrew Dubber, Free e-book) Image: Ralph Bijker on Flickr
  • 15. Use these tools only if they enhance what you do
  • 16. Music & Web 2.0
  • 17. Music apps “in the cloud”
  • 18. Music apps “in the cloud” Cloud = internet
  • 19. Music apps “in the cloud” Cloud = internet Access via internet browser
  • 20. So what? Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  • 21. So what? • Access anywhere you have an internet connection Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  • 22. So what? • Access anywhere you have an internet connection • Not platform specific (PC or Mac) Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  • 23. So what? • Access anywhere you have an internet connection • Not platform specific (PC or Mac) • Store data/files in the “cloud” Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  • 24. So what? • Access anywhere you have an internet connection • Not platform specific (PC or Mac) • Store data/files in the “cloud” • Easy to share and collaborate with others Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  • 25. Examples
  • 26. Notation: Noteflight
  • 27. Audio editing: Myna
  • 28. Indabamusic.com
  • 29. Pentatonic improv: iNudge
  • 30. Blogs: by students • Online learning diary • Composition diary • Response to listening exercises • Record progress of instrumental practice Image: websucessdiva on Flickr
  • 31. Blogs: by teachers • Share class/lecture notes • Set assignments; encourage discussion • Provide written or video tutorials • Be a consumer of blogs by other teachers
  • 32. Wikis • Group research project • Whole class can contribute • Students can be responsible for a page/ subject area • Example: RMS Lewis & Clark Wiki
  • 33. Voicethread.com
  • 34. Glogster: digital posters
  • 35. Other online music tools, instruments & games
  • 36. incredibox.fr
  • 37. NY Phil Kids Website
  • 38. musictheory.net
  • 39. Virtual keyboard
  • 40. Virtual Drumkit
  • 41. Tools: online metronomes
  • 42. Tools: online tuners & chordfinders
  • 43. Manuscript paper: blanksheetmusic.net
  • 44. Image: transCam on Flickr
  • 45. Session notes: www.midnightmusic.com.au go to Resources page
  • 46. Contact • Email: katie@midnightmusic.com.au • Website: www.midnightmusic.com.au (monthly newsletter) • Blog: www.musictechtips.com • Twitter: @katiesw1