Martin Emo is a New Zealand based teacher who is Head of Performing Arts and Teacher in Charge of Music at Waimea College. He’s currently on study leave for 12 months to complete his Masters in Education majoring in Elearning.
Martin is also working with me as Midnight Music Community Liaison – he helps members of our online community with answers to their questions and shares some excellent music tech news articles, apps and software.
Martin shares his background in music and technology, how he keeps up with developments in music tech, why it’s a good idea to be bored and his love for vinyl records.
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Links mentioned during this episode:
- Martin’s blog
- Sound On Sound
- Okay Player
- Native Instruments blog
- How The Super Bowl Halftime Show Gets Set Up in Just 6 Minutes
- Super Bowl setup time lapse
- Justin Timberlake Super Bowl Halftime Show performance
- Boiler Room Sets
- Waimea College art and music project for Arts Week 2017
- Jeff Rogers TED Talk
- Steal Like An Artist – Austin Kleon
- Austin Kleon TED Talk
- John Cleese on creativity
- Note To Self Bored and Brilliant project
Midnight Music Community: special rate for MTT podcast listeners
The Midnight Music Community (MMC) is an online space for music teachers interested in learning more about music technology. There are online courses, lesson plans and lots of other resources for Chromebooks, iPads, Macs and PCs. Professional development certificates are available for all training undertaken by MMC members and I am in the Community everyday, personally answering questions and offering advice to members.
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