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Please keep responses on the list… or at least include me… because we’re in the same boat here.
- Covered, USB drives. Did you know that the VLC app can actually play a DVD on a Chromebook as well?
- Our middle school (6-8) music teacher has been using SoundTrap ($4/user) and Noteflight ($2/user) with success. SoundTrap does the recording and creating and Noteflight does something
with teaching and notation (I’m not sure what all that means, just that she really, really likes it).
- MusicFirst (Jason Panucci –
[log in to unmask]) bundles the 2 together along with some support, premium content, etc.
- A rough idea of cost is 600 users for $2400
- Still WAY,WAY, WAY cheaper than a bunch of Macs.
- Drive is a great way to share, but would something like SoundCloud or BandCamp work? What about using a podcast type host?
Moving from a “premier” device to a Chromebook is daunting and a lot of our work in this process is to help the user understand that it doesn’t have to be a step-down.
I look forward to hearing about other solutions you all have found.
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Subject: Music curriculum support on Chromebook
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
Thanks in advance. On or off list is fine.
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