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Music Software - Non Specialist Classrooms

Discussion in 'Music' started by Chris A, Sep 4, 2011.

  1. Hi there,

    For the next 4 months I will be teaching in non-specialist ICT classrooms due to a BSF project. Can anybody recommend any music software for teaching in said non-specialist ICT classrooms? I am hoping to have a set of midi-keyboards but expect to be working on PCs. When I finally move back into my gleaming new dept we will have a huge Mac provision and it would be good if we can continue to make use of this software.

    I've noticed some interesting sibelius options such as 'starclass' and 'instruments'.

    Has anyone ever used the interactive 'daydream' music software?

    Is Dance Ejay a little out of date now?

    Many thanks in advance.

     
  2. Hi there,

    For the next 4 months I will be teaching in non-specialist ICT classrooms due to a BSF project. Can anybody recommend any music software for teaching in said non-specialist ICT classrooms? I am hoping to have a set of midi-keyboards but expect to be working on PCs. When I finally move back into my gleaming new dept we will have a huge Mac provision and it would be good if we can continue to make use of this software.

    I've noticed some interesting sibelius options such as 'starclass' and 'instruments'.

    Has anyone ever used the interactive 'daydream' music software?

    Is Dance Ejay a little out of date now?

    Many thanks in advance.

     
  3. Hi!

    A good one to look at might be Reason. You can create simple tracks and the program can be used on mac & PC.
     
  4. Hi, we bought mixcraft - you can use it with or without a midi keyboard and its quite cheap!
     

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