Sound Recognition in Music Education: Promising New Developments

Background. Evolution of the Music Instructional Books Contemporary music education can be divided into two major categories: formal and informal instruction. The first is mostly associated with educational institutions, and the latter with all sorts of self-learners. The second group is often referred to as the MI (music instruction), and it covers musical instruments which… Continue reading

Introducing Sound Recognition-Based Tools For Music Class At HITSA Conference 2014

In March I was invited to speak at the HITSA spring conference. The main focus of the conference was educational technology at schools and teaching programming. My topic was “The Sound Recognition-Based Tools In Music Education” and I introduced our MatchMySound  automated feedback system. My presentation is on YouTube but in Estonian. Here are my… Continue reading