MUSIC
Teaching Music Appreciation Online
In this book, readers will learn practical tips and strategies to teach music appreciation online. As online education is a growing field, an increasing number of teachers trained in traditional/live methods find themselves now teaching online and potentially without mentors to assist them. Students are also changing, seeking highly engaged, relevant, and interactive learning opportunities that connect to their lives. Here, readers will find helpful guidance in planning curriculum, integrating multimedia assets, designing forum discussions, developing assignments, preparing rubrics, engaging in forum discussions, preparing, managing, and teaching, the course, providing feedback and grading, and following up with struggling and challenging students.
Songwriting For Dummies 2nd Edition
Proven techniques for songwriting success

This friendly, hands-on guide tackles the new face of the recording industry, guiding you through the shift from traditional sales to downloads and mobile music, as well as how you can harness social media networks to get your music "out there." You get basic songwriting concepts, insider tips and advice, and inspiration for writing - and selling - meaningful, timeless songs.
Compositional Artifice in the Music of Henry Purcell
Fugal invention has proved a successful line of analytical inquiry in recent studies of repertoires from Josquin to J. S. Bach. Alan Howard brings similar insights to the music of Henry Purcell, and proposes the first analytical approach to his music to examine compositional methods alongside historically contemporary theory, focusing particularly on Purcell's 'artificial' approach to imitative counterpoint. Through this methodology Howard challenges previous responses to Purcell's music that portrayed him as fundamentally conservative. 
Robotic Musicianship: Embodied Artificial Creativity and Mechatronic Musical Expression
This book discusses the principles, methodologies, and challenges of robotic musicianship through an in-depth review of the work conducted at the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology (GTCMT), where the concept was first developed. Robotic musicianship is a relatively new research field that focuses on the design and development of intelligent music-making machines. The motivation behind the field is to develop robots that not only generate music, but also collaborate with humans by listening and responding in an expressive and creative manner. This combination of human and machine creativity has the potential to surprise and inspire us to play, listen, compose, and think about music in new ways.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Grace Grit and Glory
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Grace, Grit, and Glory details the history of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as seen through the prism of the city it has called home for nearly 130 years. Now one of America's finest orchestras, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra began in 1887 as a rather small ensemble of around thirty-five players in a city that was just emerging as an industrial powerhouse. Since then, both the city and its orchestra have known great success in musical artistry for the symphony and economic influence for the city. They have each faced crises as well-financial, social, and cultural-that have forced the DSO into closure three times, and the city to the brink of dissolution. Yet somehow, in the face of adversity, the DSO stands strong today, a beacon of perseverence and rebirth in a city of second chances.
Narratives and Reflections in Music Education: Listening to Voices Seldom Heard
This volume offers chapters written by some of the most respected narrative and qualitative inquiry writers in the field of music education. The authorship and scope are international, and the chapters advance the philosophical, theoretical, and methodological bases of narrative inquiry in music education and the arts. The book contains two sections, each with a specific aim. The first is to continue and expand upon dialogue regarding narrative inquiry in music education, emphasizing how narrative involves the art of listening to and hearing others whose voices are often unheard.
Heroic Academy The Soundcloud Bible (Third Edition
OVER 400+ PAGES OF IN-DEPTH QUALITY CONTENT!
The Soundcloud bible is the predictable step by step method to help you master digital music marketing and distribution help you to build the foundation for your music career. This is without the confusion, tech overwhelm or that what the heck do I do next frustration. One of the amazing things about this book is that they walk you through the process step by step virtually hold your hand so you know exactly what to do next.

Lots of features and flexible options to choose from that increases your ability to learn and implement the content.
Professional Audio Februar 2020
TESTS HARDWARE

STUDIO-KOPFHÖRER
20 AKG K361 & K371
Mit den geschlossenen Kopfhörern K371 und K361 ist AKG ein großer Wurf im Bereich erschwinglicher Profikopfhörer gelungen. Sowohl im Studio als auch unterwegs macht das neue Duo eine hervorragende Figur.
Computer Music March 2020
IVY LAB
The London drum ‘n’ bass duo go through a track and discuss cuttingedge technology and techniques

21 YEARS OF GEAR
The ground-breaking studio innovations that have
changed the world of music production
Electronic Musician - March 2020
Electronic Musician is not merely a recording magazine but covers all aspects of music production—performance, recording, and technology, from studio to stage. EM finds the top artists and producers – as well as all the musical trendsetters – and gets them to advise, mentor, and detail their craft. Each issue gives you the tools you need to make better music, from production to performance. Plus tips and techniques, gear reviews, and insights from today’s top artists.