Record your listener question for a Music Tech Teacher podcast episode
In an upcoming episode of the Music Tech Teacher podcast I’m going to feature questions from listeners.
Would you like to contribute a question for me to answer on the podcast?
Your question can be about ANYTHING to do with music technology/education, like….
- What’s the best iPad app for students to use to send me videos of themselves playing recorder pieces?
- How do I add an audio file to Powerpoint that plays through my entire presentation?
- Where do I start with Chromebooks?
- How do I record from my keyboard straight into my notation software?
- How can I create a quiz that’s based on a Youtube video?
- What’s the difference between MIDI files and WAV files and when would I use each one?
- Anything else you like!
And don’t forget – there are no “silly” or “dumb” questions.
How to record your question
You can record your question using the Start Recording button below.
It’s really simple – when you’re ready, hit record and say your question into the mic on your device (your laptop, smartphone or tablet), check your recording and then fill in your name and email address. The Speakpipe service that I’m trialling for this purpose will then send the recording to me.
I’m keen to feature different voices on the podcast and would LOVE to have contributions from readers of this website.
3 easy steps:
1. Think about what you’d like to ask. Keep your question short and succinct! (there’s a 2-minute maximum time length)
2. Click the Start Recording button. Say your name and where you’re from and then ask your question (make sure you’re in a quiet area!).
Example: “Hi it’s Katie from Melbourne, Australia and I’ve always wanted to know more about audio file types. What’s the difference between MIDI, WAV, and MP3 files?”
3. Press Stop. Listen to your recording by pressing the Play button. If it’s ok, fill in your name and email address and hit Send. If you’d like to re-record the message, click Reset and start again
If your question is chosen for the podcast, I’ll play your recording during the show and then share my answer.
Hello! I’m Katie Wardrobe – an Australian music technology trainer and consultant with a passion for helping music teachers through my business Midnight Music.
I’m a qualified teacher but no, I don’t currently teach in a school. I help teachers through my online professional development space – the Midnight Music Community – where there are tutorial videos, courses, links and downloadable resources.
I like to focus on easy ways to incorporate technology into what you are already doing in your music curriculum through a range of creative projects. I also run live workshops and have presented at countless conferences and other music education events.
If you want simple, effective ideas for using technology in music education, I would LOVE to help you inside the Midnight Music Community.