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There are many different posistions when it comes to technological advancement in music, some praise how far we've come, others reject the modern methods as inferior ways to make music, but there is no denying that computers are a big part in music today in many ways, the question in this article is, can we consider the computer an instrument? Ongoing Debate The debate of whether computers...

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A question so simple that could be answered with "just look for it" may be a bit more complicated. While there is too much music out there, probably only half of it or even less is easily available to everyone, due to all the complicated business, marketing and recording side of things. Today, music distribution has changed quite a bit from the traditional radio and TV...

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By Jamey Mann, Catoctin School of Music Every instrument comes with its own set of fingerings and other notations. These unique notations go beyond notes on the staff and other common notations. These fingerings communicate to the performer exactly how the composer wants the music or study to be performed. If the performer is unaware of these notations, they could be missing the whole idea of...

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While it's getting more common to use the internet as a way to connect with students in many areas, it can still be a bit strange for teachers that are not used to doing online sessions, even more so if it's a music lesson, due to the fact that there is a lot of techniques and sounds to deal with. There are a few things to...

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