Katie Wardrobe, Midnight Music



New Directions in Music Technology
Benalla, 29 Jan 2010
Direction → Internet
Old version
     =
 “web 1.0”



              Image: Rick E Dick on Flickr
2nd phase: Web 2.0




               Image: Leo Reynold on Flickr
Web 2.0: two main themes/ideas
                        Image: Pierre Bedat on Flickr
Images created with Spell with Flickr
Images created with Spell with Flickr
Images created with Spell with Flickr
Images created with Spell with Flickr
Collaboration & sharing
   are not new ideas


                          Image: Zetson on Flickr
Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
What is new?




               Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
What is new?

               Collaboration
                & sharing

                  tools

                   Image: A...
“These new websites are environments within
which we do something. They are not the
document, they are the tool with which...
Use these tools only if
they enhance what you do
Music & Web 2.0
Music apps “in the cloud”
Music apps “in the cloud”

    Cloud = internet
Music apps “in the cloud”

     Cloud = internet

Access via internet browser
So what?




           Image: Tonyc on Flickr
So what?
• Access anywhere you have
  an internet connection




                             Image: Tonyc on Flickr
So what?
• Access anywhere you have
  an internet connection

• Not platform specific (PC or
  Mac)




                   ...
So what?
• Access anywhere you have
  an internet connection

• Not platform specific (PC or
  Mac)

• Store data/files in t...
So what?
• Access anywhere you have
  an internet connection

• Not platform specific (PC or
  Mac)

• Store data/files in t...
Examples
Noteflight
Myna
Indabamusic.com
iNudge.net
Other online tools
    for music
musictheory.net
Tools: online metronomes
Tools: online tuners & chordfinders
Manuscript paper: blanksheetmusic.net
Image: transCam on Flickr
Session notes:

www.midnightmusic.com.au

  go to Resources page
Contact

• Email: katie@midnightmusic.com.au
• Website: www.midnightmusic.com.au
  (monthly newsletter)
• Blog: www.musict...
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A presentation I did for the instrumental music teachers' professional development day in Benalla, Victoria on 29 January 2010.

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New Directions In Music Technology

  1. 1. Katie Wardrobe, Midnight Music New Directions in Music Technology Benalla, 29 Jan 2010
  2. 2. Direction → Internet
  3. 3. Old version = “web 1.0” Image: Rick E Dick on Flickr
  4. 4. 2nd phase: Web 2.0 Image: Leo Reynold on Flickr
  5. 5. Web 2.0: two main themes/ideas Image: Pierre Bedat on Flickr
  6. 6. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  7. 7. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  8. 8. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  9. 9. Images created with Spell with Flickr
  10. 10. Collaboration & sharing are not new ideas Image: Zetson on Flickr
  11. 11. Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
  12. 12. What is new? Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
  13. 13. What is new? Collaboration & sharing tools Image: Anders Adermark on Flickr
  14. 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. 15. Use these tools only if they enhance what you do
  16. 16. Music & Web 2.0
  17. 17. Music apps “in the cloud”
  18. 18. Music apps “in the cloud” Cloud = internet
  19. 19. Music apps “in the cloud” Cloud = internet Access via internet browser
  20. 20. So what? Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  21. 21. So what? • Access anywhere you have an internet connection Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  22. 22. So what? • Access anywhere you have an internet connection • Not platform specific (PC or Mac) Image: Tonyc on Flickr
  23. 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. 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. 25. Examples
  26. 26. Noteflight
  27. 27. Myna
  28. 28. Indabamusic.com
  29. 29. iNudge.net
  30. 30. Other online tools for music
  31. 31. musictheory.net
  32. 32. Tools: online metronomes
  33. 33. Tools: online tuners & chordfinders
  34. 34. Manuscript paper: blanksheetmusic.net
  35. 35. Image: transCam on Flickr
  36. 36. Session notes: www.midnightmusic.com.au go to Resources page
  37. 37. Contact • Email: katie@midnightmusic.com.au • Website: www.midnightmusic.com.au (monthly newsletter) • Blog: www.musictechtips.wordpress.com • Twitter: @katiesw1

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