The Ultimate Free Music Tech Resources Guide 2015

The Ultimate Free Music Tech Resources Guide 2015



Free Music Technology Education Resources – Updated for 2015

Each year I revise my Ultimate Free Music Technology Resources Guide and yesterday I finished this year’s version.

Many of the resources in the guide are unchanged, but some have undergone updates and a couple have even disappeared altogether (bye bye iNudge 🙁 ). This is the way of the web!

Over 100 free technology resources for music teachers!

The guide features more than 100 (yes, 100!) individual technology resources for music teachers and they are divided into categories that include:

  • Reading Notes of the Staff
  • Ear-Training
  • Rhythm
  • Music Theory
  • Notation
  • Recording and Sequencing
  • Creating Loops and Patterns
  • Remixing, Arranging and Composing
  • Create Your Own Music Games

…and 6 others.

Appearing for the first time…

There are more than 12 NEW websites or resources in the guide, including a few new favourites for me:

  • Soundtrap – an in-browser GarageBand style program that works across all devices (yay!)
  • Opera Strips – a series of comic strips that explain complex opera synopses in a visual way
  • The Philharmonia Orchestra guides – fantastic set of videos about instruments of the orchestra
  • Papatap – an online “instrument” which uses your computer keyboard to trigger sounds, loops and visuals

Download Your 2015 Guide

You can download your copy of the Ultimate Free Music Technology Resources Guide 2015 here, or by clicking on the image below.

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By | 2017-02-23T15:19:35+00:00 February 9th, 2015|Check, Music Tech Tips|2 Comments

About the Author:

I love to simplify technology for music teachers. I help teachers from all around the world through the Midnight Music Community – an online professional development community where teachers can take online courses, ask questions and receive personalised help for the music tech goals.

2 Comments

  1. John Panuccio February 11, 2015 at 11:42 am - Reply

    Katie, thanks so much for your ability to inspire, encourage & challenge us with creative ideas. Your emails and ideas always excite my imagination as I consider the many possibilities with students.
    Loving your work!

  2. Betty Witham February 12, 2015 at 9:37 pm - Reply

    That’s a great resource. Thanks so much.
    Do you know what teachers are using to amplify a class set of 30 iPads? I have to source some sort of amplification for my upper primary classes so they can perform on their devices.
    Regards,
    Betty Witham

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