Using Technology to Unlock Musical Creativity

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INDEX
academic structures, creativity within, 23
accidental deletions, saving work to avoid problems inherent in music technology, 130, 131
accompanying (‘comping), defined, 314
Adobe Flash, 73, 182
aesthetic limitations in music, 60, 61
agency for securing mechanical licenses, 299, 300
AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format), defined, 313
Alphabet Soup, 68
A minor pandiatonic, 135
amplitude, defined, 313
analog
analog-to-digital converter (ADC), 310, 311, 313
defined, 313
sound wave illustration, 311
analytical listening and discussion, teacher demonstration of, 91, 92
Anderson, Lorin, 287
annotation of playback, 35
anxieties of students. See fears and anxieties
Apple and Apple products GarageBand. See GarageBand
iMovie, 35, 102, 217, 219, 296
iPhones, 156
iTunes, 35, 86, 101, 171, 185, 188
Keynote, 35, 187, 188
Logic, 53, 121, 314
QuickTime, 94, 182, 186, 217
Steve Jobs as visionary and entrepreneur, 16, 17
applications
defined, 313
effectiveness of lesson plans and projects without specialized knowledge, 5
see also particular applications by name
assessment of students’ work, 121–129
criteria, 124
example rubrics, 123, 125
fear and anxiety, 126
goals, 122
grading rubric, 215
feedback and critique comments, 93
Internet sites for building rubrics, 129
response by students, 126, 127
subjectivity, 126
assistive technologies for special needs students, 58, 59
Audacity, 35, 52, 76, 116, 121, 154, 156, 158, 159, 161, 163, 164, 166, 168, 170, 173, 174, 194, 266, 269, 303, 304
audience, benefit for students, 101
audio
audio commentary, 35
audio range, defined, 313
digital audio. See digital audio
Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF), defined, 313
Audiotool, 265, 303
audio workstations. See digital audio workstations (DAWs)
aural feedback, 49
CMN software, 228
authentic expression, 54–56
defined, 54
auto-accompaniment/recording software, 52, 53
auto-tune, defined, 313
Aviary software, 49, 182, 219, 264, 303
Avid Technology products, 20, 53, 116, 121, 178, 304, 314
Balmages, Brian, 303
Band-in-a-Box (BIAB), 49, 50, 67, 69, 179, 258, 259, 272, 274, 280, 297
Barr, Carl, 57

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