Computer technology has advanced so that it has become not only affordable for schools to begin setting up fairly sophisticated labs to tech technology-related music studies, but doing so is actually critical to the success of traditional band programs as creating MIDI/Audio recording labs is raising enrollments in music classes and helping to keep funding in place for all of the programs. However, traditional band instructors and educators aren't always the most versed in the technology choices they face when armed with a limited budget and needing to making the most of their purchasing power.With iTunes you can also convert MIDI and WAV files to MP3 format. For todaya#39;s music educator, iTunes and iPod can be extremely useful. A playlist may contain ... You can burn or copy data, audio, photo, video CDs, and DVDs. Other features anbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology Guide for Music Educators|
|Author||:||Don Muro, Rocky J. Reuter, Mike Moniz, Keith V. Mason, Sandi MacLeod, Scott Watson, Thomas E. Rudolph, Floyd Richmond, Kimberly Curely Walls, Lee Whitmore|
|Publisher||:||Course Technology - 2006|