[NHDOE-ETNews] Apple Sponsored Half-day seminars for Music Teachers in December

Higgins, Cathy CHiggins at ed.state.nh.us
Mon Oct 12 12:01:51 EDT 2009

Please share the following invite with your music teachers.



Dr. Cathy Higgins

State Educational Technology Director

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From: Dan DelVecchio [mailto:dand at apple.com] 
Sent: Monday, October 12, 2009 11:38 AM
To: Dan DelVecchio
Subject: Your invited, We got the beat - Apple’s music programs


Dear Educators,


At the Tech Update we mentioned we are running an event for music teachers in December.  If you would, please pass this invitation along to your music department, and thank you.



We got the beat - Apple’s music programs


You love music, so do we! Your local Apple team has designed a half day seminar to introduce you to Apple's two music applications, Garageband and Logic Studio, that will engage your students and add additional depth to your curriculum.


Apple's music programs Garageband and Logic Studio are complimentary tools that can be used to teach music to students of all ages and abilities. You will learn the strengths of both programs and where they fit best for the music classes you teach.

Joining us to talk about Garageband, is Jim Frankel, from SoundTree, Korg.: Jim will explore GarageBand from both a trained and untrained musical perspective. Viewers will see the multiple facets of the application such as Magic GarageBand, GarageBand lessons and tutorials, multi-track recording with real and virtual instruments, effects, loops and Jam Packs. Most importantly, Jim will related his years of experience in the classroom, showing just how effective and engaging Garageband can be. Jim will show a variety of examples using Garageband in the classroom.

Joining us to talk about Logic Studio is Jonathan Perl, from the Sonic Arts Center @ the City College of New York. In addition to Jonathan's college teaching, he is also an Apple Certified Trainer with Mac Audio Trainers. As you will see, for advanced high school and college-level musicians, Logic Studio opens up a variety of tools and refinements not available with Garageband. Logic Studio helps streamline the technical side of things, so you can compose, record, edit, and mix quickly at a professional level. Logic allows you to tap into a huge collection of software instruments, sounds, loops & effects, perform complex edits and subtle adjustments in a short amount of time, mix down projects of any scale with full automation and surround capabilities, generate scores or lead sheets, create new sounds and effects, and more. Jonathan will relate his years of teaching experience with practical examples of how this tool engages students and teachers alike, as musicians and audio designers.

To REGISTER please use the following URL: http://edseminars.apple.com/music 


8:30 - 9:00 am - Registration
9:00 - 1:00 pm - Presentation and Demonstrations

Who Should Attend?

Music Teachers K-20



Dan DelVecchio

Sr. Systems Engineer

Apple Inc.  , NE Edu. Sales

ACSA Certified


dand at apple.com









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