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Fostering Music Creating with Michael Cain

MacPhail Electronic Music Recording Arts (EMRA) Director, Michael Cain discusses the wave of content creation, creativity, and improvisation among teacher and student.

The Space Where Words Fail: Asha Belk

This season’s MacPhail’s Spotlight Series joins important visual artists with our accomplished musicians in special performances. Our culminating performance brings the narrative photographer Asha Belk to Antonello Hall on Saturday, …

Tune Tools Episode 3

Tune Tools is a podcast hosted by Krysta ‘K. Raydio’ Rayford. Krysta interviews musicians, music educators, students, and shares her own experiences to help us learn about the tools of electronic music and recording arts. In each episode, you’ll hear real life examples about the tools of making music in the digital age.

Tune Tools Episode 2

Tune Tools is a podcast hosted by Krysta ‘K. Raydio’ Rayford. Krysta interviews musicians, music educators, students, and shares her own experiences to help us learn about the tools of electronic music and recording arts. In each episode, you’ll hear real life examples about the tools of making music in the digital age.

The Art of the Playlist

an educational perspective by Isaac Rohr Overview: This article is written for music educators within K12 (general music or academic music). College-level music educators interested in curriculum development and research. …

Scratch DJing for Beginners 

This unit (1 of 3), Scratch DJing for Beginners, includes the history and evolution of DJing and DJing tools of the trade.

Tune Tools Episode 1

Tune Tools is a podcast hosted by Krysta ‘K. Raydio’ Rayford. Krysta interviews musicians, music educators, students, and shares her own experiences to help us learn about the tools of electronic music and recording arts. In each episode, you’ll hear real life examples about the tools of making music in the digital age.

A Four-Class Music Curriculum (Ages 11-18)

This after-school curriculum is designed for music educators to help their middle or high school students explore ways of creating music to visual images. Designed to be 5-6 classes. Uses DAW (digital audio workstation) and other tools.

Cultural Competency in Music Education

EMRA Teaching Artist, Krysta Rayford discusses Cultural Competency in this second of three Professional Development Sessions. Other EMRA Professional Development Sessions:

Using iMovie for Music and Teaching

EMRA Studio Coordinator and Teaching Artist, Isaac Rohr discusses how to use iMovie for music and teaching in this first of three Professional Development Sessions. Other EMRA Professional Development Sessions:

Interview with Robin Eubanks

Robin Eubanks is the premier jazz trombonist of his generation. Whether performing with his groups, Mental Images or EB3 or with The SF Jazz Collective, Dave Holland Quintet / Big Band, …

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