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Showing posts from November, 2011

Buying a Sound System for Your School

As a musician and a music teacher, people look to me as an expert in all things auditory.  Well, I'm NOT!  But I don't need them to know that!

If there's one thing that is common to all successful and influential people, it is that they know when to ask for help!  And they know who to ask.  That is what I'm doing.

November 10, 2011
With $100 from my benevolent administrator, we are hiring a consultant to come to our school, look at our current system and figure out the best way for us to meet our needs without breaking the bank.  He's arriving in two weeks.  I'll keep this post updated and let you know what is going on.
November 22, 2011
Recording engineer, Jeremy Sarna from New England Conservatory came to consult with me and see our set-up.  He recommended the Fender Passport 300 Pro.  He thought it was a good, sturdy unit that was easy to operate and met our needs well.  Click here to see the features and price.

He had some ideas for portable mics for us.  W…

Do Schools Kill Creativity

I enjoy Ted Talks.  I came across this one that speaks to arts education and creativity in all areas of education as a must.  Enjoy!