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TC252: Saving Hours of Your Time Through Newzik with Paul Leverger

Do you use your computer, laptop, tablet or phone to access your sheet music for practice, performance or teaching? If you do or are considering doing so, this episode is definitely for you.  Paul Leverger of Newzik will give us an in-depth overview of the app they’ve created and how it can help you as ... TC252: Saving Hours of Your Time Through Newzik with Paul Leverger

3 creative ways to teach music with Newzik Education

Newzik helps you add interactive elements and share scores rapidly with your students

TC212: Is Tonaly the Ultimate App for Chord Progressions?

With Tonaly app, our latest favourite theory/composition tool, we found a better way to teach and have fun using chord progressions in music lessons. (Ever had trouble explaining and using the circle of fifths easily with students? Us, too!) Christian Hengst, the Tonaly app developer and a bass player himself, joins us on the podcast ... TC212: Is Tonaly the Ultimate App for Chord Progressions?

TC202: Making Music Theory Fun Online with Sproutbeat

Teaching music theory online just got a burst of fun and colour from Sproutbeat, a digital theory app. Our guests today are Eik Mar and James Laughlin, founders of Sproutbeat, which has full-colour digital theory worksheets and games you can use on a tablet for teaching – without any printing or storing messy papers! Whether ... TC202: Making Music Theory Fun Online with Sproutbeat

CPTP169: A chat with Musiclock creator Perttu Pölönen

MusiClock is one of my favourite apps. I use it in my lessons to make scales more interesting and to provide backing tracks for improvisations. I’m delighted to have its creator on the show today, Perttu Pölönen. Not only has Perttu created this fantastic app (at only 24!) he’s also working on a whole method ... CPTP169: A chat with Musiclock creator Perttu Pölönen