I was sorting through my old Google Drive documents the other day and realized that over the years I had done a lot of writing related to the topic of teaching with and using recording devices in the music classroom. Some of these articles were published here on MusicEdMagic but many more of them were originally written for the tech column in NAfME's Teaching Music magazine. Until recently, due to copyright agreements, I had been unable to publish them on MusicEdMagic. Now however, thanks to a very helpful and gracious agreement with NAfME I am now able to republish some of these articles in their original unedited form. Over the next few weeks I will repost a few of these articles that directly relate to topics such as selecting recording devices, using them to increase student achievement, setting up classroom recording studios, and teaching basic recording skills to your students.
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