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The Magic High-Pass Filter

November 30, 2020

A closer look at one of the most understated and overlooked controls in all of audio.

Keep Singing!

There’s an easy way to build a virtual choir performance that encourages each student to find and use their own talents as they sing in a group context.

Guys and Dolls: 70 Years of Loesser’s Broadway Gem

Frank Loesser, legendary Broadway and Hollywood lyricist and composer, wrote Guys and Dolls. This article commemorates the seventieth anniversary of this huge Broadway hit musical. Because Loesser was so involved in other aspects of his stage musicals, he wrote only six stage musicals: Where’s Charley? (1949), Guys and Dolls (1950), The Most Happy Fella (1956), […]

Performance Based Assessments: Enhancing Effectiveness

Several considerations to ensure performance-based assessments yield more than just a data point for accountability.

Successful Group Singing During a Pandemic

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way.

The Blue Bird

Although he is little recognized today, the English composer Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (1852 – 1924) was one of the most prominent musicians in the English-speaking world at the end of the 19th and early 20th centuries, and he had considerable influence on the work of many composers and musicians whose work is better known. […]

Why Choir Students Are Quitting and What You Can Do About It

A few of the dominant reasons why students are quitting choir and ways we can combat them.

JackTrip Foundation’s Push for Realtime Online Performance

A look at the JackTrip Foundation’s plans to solve the remote group preformance problem for music educators and musicians.

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