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ACCENT

First published back in 1993 when Atari 1040ST computers and Notator SL software were the shining lights of music technology in education, ACCENT is aimed at helping educators keep up to date with integrating music and media technology into their teaching programs. Each issue includes articles about utilising or planning various technology, new products and stories about how others are successfully working with music and media technology in education.

EDnet Blog

The EDnet Blog is an informal way for members of our team to let you know what is happening at Music EDnet and our thoughts and comments about various day-to-day experiences in our work and travels ... and we welcome your comments, ideas and feedback.

Forums - Public and Private

Forums are available to encourage discussions on topics of interest as well as a source of help and support. Posting to General Discussion forums is available to all site visitors (requires email address and posts are moderated). The Educators Only Discussion Forum is only available to registered members and provides a private, closed environment for professional discussion.

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The Events section lists up-coming events that you may wish to attend ... and whenever possible (in particular events organised by Music EDnet) we include on-line registration here as well.

Finally, the Wiki is a place where EDnet Mentors contribute to an evolving resource of valuable information for music educators.

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Budget Time - An opportunity to plan beyond next year

At Music EDnet we work with teachers across Australia and New Zealand preparing plans that can and do ensure success. It is quite amazing what a pair of fresh eyes and asking a few questions c...

Audio Narration Assessment of Student Performance Videos.

Audio narration is a powerful and efficient method to use when assessing video submissions of individual student performances.  This article will take you through the process of adding a teach...

Debunking the strange side of Ableton - by Johann Dreyer

When doing music technology presentations one of the most common questions, asked by secondary school teachers, is about implementing Ableton into their curriculum. Particularly, which five things ...

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Yamaha C115v replacement

Hi, I have a blown speaker in my C115v yamaha PA. the speaker itself is an Eminence JAY 6130 15" 500watt (1000 peak). I am just wondering what my options are as far as replacement. Have been look...

JMomo
14/03/2016
Recording drums

Probably the most challenging instrument to record and it is very common, for students in particular, to start by placing mics all over the kit. It is very important to have an understanding of the...

khuxtable
11/05/2013
Welcome to the General Discussion Forum

The general discussion forum is open to all site visitors and anyone can post comments and replies. All posts are moderated and require a valid email address.

khuxtable
12/03/2013
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