Students’ requirements have changed so much in the last 10 years. Technology engages us on a multi-sensory level and yet we expect our students to respond to the same age old teaching practices.
The challenge is finding the right product to enhance our lesson delivery, then finding the time to incorporate that into our lessons. Mix Music offers a totally unique package to educationalists. Working with the world’s leading manufacturers, Mix Music specializes in understanding your needs, matching products to your specific requirements, then training you to use them. Mix Music takes away the concern of engaging in new technology and allows you to focus on what you do best.
Our award winning, trademarked system allows large groups of students to access instruments that inspire and engage.
Our latest project transforms traditional Music IT Suites to create an environment loved by students and teachers alike. Utilising iPad, elements of JamPod™ and the latest music technology, JamClassHD engages all in composition and production.
Japanese drumming teaches performance, timekeeping and discipline whilst being loved by all who participate. Our ClassTaiko approach can be adopted with or without drums making it accessible for all.
We work with some of the best practitioners in the UK to help deliver bespoke training. With award winning teachers on our team, we specialise in training and exemplar lesson delivery.
admin / February 5th, 2014 / no comments
Friday 7th and Saturday the 8th of February see’s the 2014 Music Education Expo held at the Barbican in London. This year we will be launching among many other things: JamPod™ iPad/Desktop based Tutor control – No longer will music teacher’s be tied to a desk. With our new iPad/desktop based tutor control for ourread more …
admin / December 6th, 2013 / no comments
This question, at present, seems to be on many peoples minds. As we strive to educate our students, which genre is the most important? Where should we focus our teachings to best embed the learning we desire to impart? The challenge is the question could be answered in many ways with equal merit. read more …
Dan Jones / October 2nd, 2013 / no comments
We all know the benefits of making music socially, educationally and professionally. Over recent months it has been particularly gratifying to see academic studies officially backing up what we have always known but rarely had the documentation to prove. In September 2013 undergraduate student Rie Davies and academics Dr Maddie Ohl and Dr Anne Manyanderead more …