The new Piece of the Week blog series highlights noteworthy pieces from SmartMusic’s enormous repertoire library.
With contest season upon us, it’s a good time to revisit SmartMusic’s new repertoire leasing model.
SmartMusic is an application that requires internet access for all features to function properly.
The February SmartMusic release includes the 69 titles listed below:Title Comp/Arr/Lyr Ensemble Type Pepper Level Blue Ridge Impressions Balmages, Brian Concert Band ME Bloom Bryant, Steven Concert Band M Radiant Joy Bryant, Steven Concert Band MA Treasury of Carols arr.
Anyone who has attended TMEA knows the Commerce St. crosswalk ^^^2014 Booth Location: #1929
There will be in-booth demonstrations during convention hours.
Given the recent updates to SmartMusic on both desktop and iPad, it is a good time to introduce you to the new SmartMusic Product Manager, Steve Struhar.
From the official MakeMusic press release:SmartMusic on iPad Awarded 2014 SBO Best Tools for Schools Best Concert Band/Orchestra Teaching Tool at the 2014 NAMM Convention
Minneapolis, MN – January 31, 2014 – MakeMusic was presented with the 2014 School Band and Orchestra Magazine’s Best Tools for Schools award in the category of Best Concert Band/Orchestra Teaching Tool at Winter NAMM in Anaheim, CA.
The TI:ME award, co-sponsored by the producers of the TEC Awards, recognizes companies that have made exceptional contributions to the evolution of music technology use in the modern music classroom.
Development never stops here at MakeMusic, and we are happy to announce a highly anticipated SmartMusic update!
Here is the list of ensemble titles added to the SmartMusic repertoire library today:Title Comp/Arr/Lyr Ensemble Type Pepper Level Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral Wagner, Richard arr.
SmartMusic is interactive music learning software that gives every student and educator solutions for: digital repertoire, practice tools, documenting student progress, music technology integration, instant feedback, iPad implementation, and Finale/MP3 import, just to name a few.