Here, you will find a list of resources for music technologists/educators. If you have any resources that you’d like added to the list, feel free to contact us!
http://www.musicedtech.com — One of the best resources for music technologists/educators out there. Tutorials, videos, suggested products, articles, and plenty of other fantastic resources. Created by Barbara Freedman.
http://www.eamir.org — Home of numerous great open-source music programs by Dr. VJ Manzo. While the programs are excellent for all, they are particularly useful for teaching non-traditional music students/”The Other 80%”.
http://www.musicpln.org — A professional learning network for music educators, it’s the brainchild of Dr. Joseph Pisano. Think Facebook for music teachers.
http://www.mustech.net — Similar to musicedtech.com. Created by Amy Burns, Richard McCready, and Dr. Joseph Pisano, this website has lots of great information about music technology as it relates to music education.
http://www.imslp.org — An incredible amount of downloadable public-domain sheet music that is absolutely free, among other things.
http://www.classicalarchives.com/midi.html — Lots of downloadable MIDI files of classical works. Great for projects with GarageBand or other MIDI-compatible programs. Most files are free.
http://www.twitter.com — Home to many useful music technology/music education resources, including #musedchat. Follow us @musicedmajor!
http://www.musiccreativity.org — A blog by Dr. Rick Dammers and Dr. David Williams about non-traditional music students/”The Other 80%”.
More to come soon!