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Hi Keith,

It depends on what he's recording, Garage band has instruments built in so
that you can "play" them and generate new tracks, if that's what he's
looking for then he'll be disappointed in what "worldorchrome" has to offer
at the moment I think. If on the other hand he is looking to take
pre-recorded tracks and have an audio editor, Audacity (the old audio open
source workhorse)  has a chrome app that would allow him to do all those
things. Import tracks, export finished tracks, and a pretty robust set of
editing tools all for free.
Hope that helps.

Ollie Brown, MAT
Technology Integration Specialist/L1 Tech Support
White River Valley SU - WRV Schools


On Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 8:13 AM Keith Puffer <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hiya folks.
>
> I have a Principal who has asked questions that seem to need an
> integration response instead of a technical response (of which I am apt to
> provide) for a music teacher who has been identified as moving from Mac
> laptop to Chromebook.  I was wondering if there was someone out there who
> supports music curriculum within the Googlesphere/Chromebook environment
> that might be able to chime in with some answers or perspective.
>
> ...our music teacher, identified the following needs of his device:  1)
>> being able to play cds   2) being able to record music (he uses garage
>> band) using multiple tracks and generating music electronically to
>> accompany  3) a way to import and or create  music tracks and share them
>> easily (he creates files which he emails as attachments -- I'm thinking
>> this could happen in drive.
>>
>
> The first question I see as easily met by providing an external/portable
> CD/DVD player that can connect to our presentation devices (projector,
> Promethean Board, classroom speakers).  Really it is number 2 and 3 that I
> was looking for help with.
>
> Thanks in advance.  On or off list is fine.
>
> Keith
>
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