How Playing Music Benefits Children’s Brain
Music Teacher's Helper | Composing and Arranging Blog
by Darren Perkins
5y ago
It is no secret that playing a musical instrument not only bolsters a child’s physical and emotional development. It can also help in the more systematized development of his or her brain which can have a significant impact in the child’s academic activities and social endeavors. But just how can playing music benefit a child’s brain? Let’s learn more. Improves Math Skills We’re not talking about turning your child into a math wizard. What we’re talking about is the ability of music to help children better appreciate simple concepts in math that they can use to understand more complex numeric ..read more
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Teaching Music Technology: Part 2 – What is a Piano Roll?
Music Teacher's Helper | Composing and Arranging Blog
by Reuben Vincent
5y ago
Most recording software allows you to see and edit the midi notes you have recorded with the “piano roll” editor. This is a simple and logical method of visualizing sound and adjusting it to the desired outcome. The name piano roll comes from a technology developed in the late nineteenth century. Originally, a piano roll was used to trigger the playback of a pianola or player piano by using a series of cutout dashes on a cardboard roll which would tell the mechanism what keys on the piano should be triggered. How to Read the “Piano Roll” Editor Back to the twenty-first century. When some midi ..read more
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