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Idea Exchange: Capturing Great Video with Simple Devices

January 26, 2015
Content by Robert Luna | Post edited by Hanno Strydom

Toward the end of 2014 the MacPhail Music Learning Lab hosted guest presenter, Robert Luna, 
Creative Director & founder of Luna Creative Technologies, in two sessions about capturing great video using industry level approaches, adapted f…

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Phala's iPad

April 20, 2013

by Phala Tracy Tracy.Phala@MacPhail.org

I have been using my iPad to make little videos for my harp students to use in their home practice, following up from the lesson. This has been really successful and I was amazed at how easy it was! I don't have an iPhone, so this technology was all new to m…

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YouTube Videos for Cellists

January 13, 2013
by Hanno Strydom Strydom.Hanno@MacPhail.org
 

In a previous post I wrote about the Online Cello Resource Center (CelloBello.com) established by NEC cello professor, Paul Katz, featuring excellent resources for cellists including high quality tutorial videos. Today I want to share a couple of ot…

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Using Vimeo for Quick Progress Videos

December 22, 2012

By Josh Osborne MT-BC Osborne.Josh@MacPhail.org

In this blog post, I'll be detailing the topic from our break out sessions this week. The topic was creating quick, professional videos using Vimeo. This post will be exclusive to using the app on an iPad. Vimeo is a video-viewing website (very simil…

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Uploading Video to YouTube

December 18, 2012
By Hanno Strydom Strydom.Hanno@MacPhail.org

This post is primarily intended for faculty members who attended my workshop on uploading video to YouTube; it may also be useful to anyone else interested in how to do this. In the first part of the video below I outline a few of the ways in which you migh…

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CelloBello Online Cello Resource Center

December 9, 2012
by Hanno Strydom Strydom.Hanno@MacPhail.org

I'm sure many cellists have already discovered CelloBello.com, the online cello resource center created by Paul Katz, Professor of Cello at New England Conservatory. This is a fantastic resource for cellists and cello teachers. I especially like the ver…

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