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. .
Japanese drumming teaches performance, timekeeping and discipline whilst being loved by all who participate. .
We work with some of the best practitioners in the UK to help deliver bespoke training. .
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. Call us on 01325 727729 or email us at email@example.com
Andy Newell is deputy head of music at Llanwern High School. Andy identified JamPod™ as a potential addition to their then new build school. .
Lesley Day is Head of Music at Sir William Romney’s School. She connected with Mix Music Education in 2011 and has subsequently worked on three separate projects. .
Julie Davies, music co-ordinator, Eveswell Primary School talks about how Mix Music Education have helped enhanced their school curriculum. .
Stuart Shepherd is deputy head of music at Turton High School. Stuart was introduced to Mix Music Education and JamPod™ in 2011 at Roland UK’s Play Learn Live Event at Walsall College. .
Over the last few months a niggle has started to arise in my work flow. It started out as a tiny itch at the back of my mind but over the last few weeks it has grown into a full blown melt down. That melt down is ‘Mix Tapes’.
Who remembers those? For me it started with a Sanyo portable hi fi with microphones that mounted each end of the unit on top of the speakers. Pretty much the whole thing was made of metal and glass, it weighed a ton but it was one serious piece of kit. It belonged to my Dad and I would ‘borrow’ it to create my tapes. The route to success followed two paths:
After the award success of JamPod at the recent Music Education Expo at the Barbican in London UK, we take ten minutes with JamPod’s designer and our Managing Director Dan Jones.
Thanks so much! It’s an award for all of us though and I don’t just mean the guys at Mix, this award is for all the tutors and students who work in JamPod sites every day and make them so successful.
No, not a chance! When you look at the quality of the ABRSM app and the amazing work our friends at Charanga do, I was pretty overwhelmed just being nominated. To then go on and win was really emotional. I’ve been so lucky these past two years travelling around the UK working with so many wonderful teachers and seeing the effect JamPod is having in primary, secondary and further education. I felt a tremendous amount of responsibility collecting this award on behalf of all those tutors and students who have helped shape the development of the project and who make it is. .