More... Interesting links for advanced students
Now this link, will tell you how to make really cool music posters. Great for concerts and bands!
This London Museum site is a safe bet for Anglophiles:
Link to a workshop in writing commercially successfull songs in 3 parts:
http://youtu.be/1qy9YAk2vNI (part 1)
http://youtu.be/Neo760eM2TM (part 2)
http://youtu.be/3VXlVsBPGHs (part 3)
This is a link to a tutorial as to how to get free sheet music to virtually any music available as a midi file:
Here's a link to a free DAW (Digital Audio Workshop), called Traverso.
Here's a link for a free music composition and notation software site:
There are heaps of notation tutorials on youtube so just choose the tutor that you think has the best site:
This one is very much about the draftsmanship or techniques of pencil, ruler and paper manipulation that may be of help if you feel insecure in drawing dots and straight lines unaided by rulers.
Short tute, but covers very basic theory.
Relating the written notes to the keyboard, o.k. for review, more for keyboardists than anyone else.
Free Sheet Music for every instrument!! Put extra black ink in the printer Mum!
Free manuscript paper in any format? Mum, put paper in the printer too!
Instructions for annotating text and images in word using callouts :
For free metronome, that can be carried on a usb stick, and used anywhere:
This is a talk (from TED conference) about the importance of the venue (context) of a performance:
Though extremely rare, here is a child prodigy of the trumpet.