MTT60: The songwriting apps used by Charlie Puth, Sarah Aarons and Steve Lacy

MTT60: The songwriting apps used by Charlie Puth, Sarah Aarons and Steve Lacy

The songwriting apps used by Charlie Puth, Sarah Aarons and Steve Lacy

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Recently I gave a keynote speech for a music education conference with the theme Play, Create, Inspire. I loved this theme because it was simple to tie into what’s going on in music technology right now.  

In the keynote speech I covered 4 topics – songwriting apps, multitrack music videos, sampling and live looping. Today I’m going to share the songwriting apps that I mentioned during the keynote speech – what they are, how super-successful musicians are using them and how you can use them with your own students.

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Music technology courses for teachers

 

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By |2018-07-12T07:28:33+00:00July 16th, 2018|How-To and Tips, Music Technology Resources, Podcast|0 Comments

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