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Promises and Perils of Social Media and Music Education

Presentation for the 2013 NAfME Eastern Division Conference
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S. Alex Ruthmann

on 30 June 2014

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Transcript of Promises and Perils of Social Media and Music Education

Promises and Perils of Social Media and Music Education
S. Alex Ruthmann

University of Massachusetts Lowell
NAfME Eastern Division Conference
April 4, 2013
@alexruthmann on Twitter
Making and Learning Music through New Media
Social Media Musicianship
Blogs, networks and forums
Noteflight.com for notation
OhmStudio.com & Soundation.com for recording
Discussion embedded in online creative tools

Video Edited Musicianship
Using video editors as primary medium for making music
iMovie, Final Cut Express, YouTube editors
inBflat.net, Kutiman, Pomplamoose
MadPad on mobile devices
http://inbflat.net
http://bit.ly/horkstow
Toilet Melody:
Digital Guerilla Ethnomusicology
Noteflight Sifteo Cubes
MadPad

Whitacre Virtual Choir
Kutiman Lasse Gjertsen
Pomplamousse Melody Morph
New Media Musicianship
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Musical construction kits for
play, tinkering, and experimentation
Musical dimensions of
timbre and space
are made visible and tangible
New online and mobile creati
ng
environments thrive on socially-mediated collaboration
Students'
voices and instrumental performances
are the musical source material in many cases
The physical and temporal bounds of the classroom are
dissolved
Performance
through technology is afforded
Process, tools and products available for students
New Media Musicianship: In Summary
Tangible Media Musicianship
Focus on touch and "making"
iPads & Sifteo Cubes
Musical construction kits & design environments
MaKey MaKey Invention Kits

Computational Media Musicianship
Adaptation of computing tools for music and media making
MIT's Scratch media programming environment
Web-based remixing - Echonest
http://bohemianrhapsichord.com
Browse
"Imagine,
Create,
Play"
Scratch
Created by the MIT
Lifelong Kindergarten Group
http://scratch.mit.edu
Remix
Share
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MaKey MaKey Invention Kits
http://static.echonest.com/girltalkinabox/
Glenn Gould's "Acoustic Orchestrations"
Pomplamoose's "Video Songs"
http://soundthinking.uml.edu
http://makeymakey.com
New Media Musicianship
New Media Musicianship
http://beta.scratch.mit.edu/
...and now the perils?

Interactive Multitrack-based Learning Environments
http://musicdelta.com/
http://alexruthmann.com/
Noteflight.com as a
Self-Organizing Learning Environment
http://prezi.com/2erbmkqto8di/mapping-research-on-online-communities-of-musical-practice/
Where is music?
Communities Schools




Hybrid Spaces



Home Online
Making and Learning Music through New Media
http://jamwithchrome.com
http://labs.dinahmoe.com/plink/
http://ooid.co/

Scratch 2.0
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