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We interviewed Yigal Kaminka, Principle Oboist with the Jerusalem Symphony and co-founder of Joytunes. We talk about the music and music education scene in Israel. We also talk about the future of music education technology and the work Joytunes is doing with Gamification for the recorder, piano, and soon many other instruments. Go download their apps:
Here are some videos of Yigal in playing Oboe and Recorder:
Okay, I'm experimenting with amplifying the source file for the podcast. I'm going to start with Episode 8 and then amplify all new podcast and see if that works better, or if I wind up with clipping. Let me know if you're hearing with things, or if the file is too quiet.
Today is an extra special episode of the Free Music Ed Podcast. We have the web comic artist named Josh Wells who is the creator and illustrator of Oddquartet.com.
His web comic is all about music and musicians. In this podcast we talk all about his comic, musical influences, and his favorite comic strip artist. We also go super nerdy and discuss Dr. Who and Star Trek.
You're bound to love this episode! Next week, music computer game designer and Oboist Yigal Kaminka of Joytunes.com and the Jerusalem Symphony.
By the way, Josh did this awesome cartoon for us!
Here are a few of the things mentioned in this Podcast:
- Practice Chart
- Musician's car
- First Comic
Here is a quick update from the TMEA convention, just a blurb, but we're excited. Look forward to interviews with oddquartet.com and Joytunes.com
Today's podcast is a three segment podcast that starts by discussing listening as a musician. We continue by spotlighting musictheory.net, and end with "The Curse of the Music Major"
This is a fun podcast, Enjoy.
In this podcast Stephen and Gannon explore five technologies that have transformed music and the role of the musician including recorded sound, the player piano, radio transmission, Midi and the Internet, This podcast is about 33 minutes long.
Several websites are referenced in this podcast including:
Well, this is the start of something new. After producing the first five episodes of the FreeMusicEd Podcast, we are adjusting our formula. Our regular episodes are going to be aimed at around 30 minutes, and we are going to be adapting our interviews into a different format. I think this will make our podcast more exciting and concise.
It will start with Episode 6 which is going to be released shortly. I may actually re-edit our former episodes to work in this new format, so if you're really attached to one of them, go ahead and download them now.
Look out for awesomeness coming in the future.
New Episodes on Thursdays