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Music Ed Tech Talk
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Music Ed Tech Talk (previously Robby Burns + Friends) is a podcast exploring music, education, technology, and the intersections between them.
 
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Zealous Musician
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Zealous Musician is a podcast that takes a closer look at the music we love. For season one, we’ll dive into music from post-hardcore and emo bands like Thrice, Underoath, A Day to Remember - Taking Back Sunday, Brand New, and Copeland. Our focus will be on light music theory -- even playing some ourselves -- and rediscovering why we loved these bands so much in the first place.
 
Beyond the Music Lesson is an interview style podcast about learning music, teaching music, and parenting music students. Hosts Abigail Peterson and Christine Goodner share from their own experiences growing up learning music, as teachers, and as parents and each episode also features an interview with an expert to help share useful tips and information with listeners. Listen weekly for inspiration!
 
The podcast about all things business for music teachers and studio owners. Learn how to brand, market, and grow your music studio. Hear stories of creative music teachers who are taking on other cool entrepreneurial projects. Get answers to your self-employment questions from experts. Hosted by entrepreneur, business coach, and piano teacher, Andrea Miller.
 
Formerly the Find Your Forte podcast - Step up to the podium with purpose and make the most of your public or private school's choral program with solutions you never saw coming! Join Choir Ninja, Ryan Guth as he brings you weekly interviews with veteran in-the-trenches choral directors on how to manage your choir, teach concepts like sight-singing and group vocal technique, market your program, and help inspire a love of choral music in your students each day.
 
The Crossing The Break Podcast discusses the nuts and bolts of teaching clarinet at the beginning and intermediate levels. We will cover aspects of playing clarinet including tone, embouchure, hand position, tonguing, technique, range, fingerings, tuning and other clarinet-specific items. These ideas can be applied to beginning clarinet class, beginning band, intermediate or advanced clarinetists, and in an individual or group setting. The host of this podcast is Tamarie Sayger. A 1999 music ...
 
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Paul Shimmons, author of iPad and Technology in Music Ed, joins the show to talk about Apple’s new software releases: iPad OS 13 and macOS Catalina. But we also find time to talk about our favorite apps, microphones, recording workflows, subscription pricing for software, Siri Shortcuts, iPad apps for Mac, the new iPhone, and the new Apple Watc ...…
 
Ethan Hein joins the show to talk about no less than the following: Ableton Live, bias in harmonic analysis, hip-hop in music education, music education in hip-hop, the racial politics of defining genre, white people covering hip-hop songs on acoustic instruments, basing a dissertation on blog posts, the aesthetics of dubstep and metal, and Eth ...…
 
Join us in Episode 40 as we talk to Rachel Samson and Neil Gilfillian of Chili Dog Strings. We talk about tips for Summer Practice, keeping inspiration alive as teachers and for our students, and hear all about Neil & Rachel's new project for violin students: The Twinkle Factory. Links from today's show: Bulletproof Musician Blog Kids Aren't La ...…
 
Programmer and musician, Jon Tippens, returns to the show to talk about Robby’s podcast rebrand, how to practice, playing the inner game of tennis, career changing to tech, and his favorite apps and music. Show Notes: @ryebot on Twitter, designer of my new artwork Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Betty Edwards The Natural Rider, Mary Wan ...…
 
Join us as we talk about how to help with the cost of attending Summer Camps and Institutes in our tip of the week. Abbey has a new technology tip to share and Christine has a tip for keeping teens engaged in music. We are thrilled to have Allison Woerner with us to talk about students with disabilities, older beginners and words of wisdom from ...…
 
On this week's episode we announce our Beyond the Music Lesson Book Club pick for next month. We also share a tip about planning for summer and a great resource that Christine is going to use in her next group class. We had a great conversation with Brittany Gardner about practicing with our own children, one we plan to recommend to all the par ...…
 
This week we answer a listener question about helping their child learn to keep a steady beat & both Christine and Abbey share a book recommendation. We are thrilled to have best selling author Jeff Goins on the podcast this episode talking about his own music studies, what it's like to be the parent of a music student, how we define success & ...…
 
I’m going to be taking the summer off of podcasting. I don’t like taking breaks, but I think welcoming a new little human into the world warrants some time away. I’ve already got some really fascinating podcast episodes lined up for the fall and I’m working on some cool business planning resources that have grown out of the conversations I’ve h ...…
 
Electronic... Pop-rock... Scottish... CHRVCHES. The episode was recorded last year when the show Zealous Musician was still in development. Recording this was part of testing out how to do episodes on different styles of music that I love. Rather than letting it sit on a shelf and collect dust, I decided to publish the episode! Although it's mu ...…
 
Join us as we answer a listener question about the dangers of a child learning too fast. Christine and Abbey both share tips that they've been finding especially useful lately. And we have a wonderful interview with Liz Trinidad, a piano and flute teacher, and how she teaches students to practice effectively and why she is so passionate about d ...…
 
Today’s guest, Lee Stockner, started out as a traditional, classical piano teacher, but when he had the opportunity to teach a student with Autism, he found some of his personal experiences with ADD made him able to relate, and teaching students with special needs became Lee’s niche. On Lee’s journey to find ways to be a better teacher to his s ...…
 
With spring officially here, that means recital season for so many music teachers. Today we’re taking the branding conversation we been having over the last few episodes, and applying it to our studio events, like recitals! Joining me is Allison McDonald, an event planner from St. Louis. Now, I know most of us aren’t hiring event planners to co ...…
 
When Tim Topham was trying to make a living as a music producer and it wasn’t going well, he started taking on piano students as an additional source of income. In our interview, he talked about how little he knew about teaching at that stage. Over time, Tim discovered his unique teaching style lent itself particularly well to teaching teens an ...…
 
Join Christine & Abbey as they talk about how to support your child as they learn to read music, and share resources about where to find practice games and how to get in more listening. We also have a great conversation with Stacy Smith, Violin teacher and mom of 5 music students. Hear all about what it's like to practice at home with multiple ...…
 
Nicole Riccardo is a flute teacher and branding consultant. Today we talk about how music teachers can identify a niche and then how to use that focus to strengthen our marketing. Nicole outlines some great questions music teachers can ask themselves to start developing their brand and also questions to ask periodically down the road to maintai ...…
 
Stephanie is a classically-trained opera singer turned voice/presentation/sales coach. This interview blurs the line between an entrepreneurial music teacher sharing the evolution of her voice studio and a communication expert sharing a mini sales workshop. It’s one you’ll want to listen to more than once! Full show notes available at https://w ...…
 
Heavy, but groovy. Melodic, but hardcore. A paradise for guitar players who love hardcore music. Heavy drums. Electronic sound FX. The band that broke open the doors of melodic hardcore music in 2004. This band needs no introduction. Let's take a closer look at the music from Underoath. - - - - - - - - - - - Warped tour 2006. Me & Chris, the ke ...…
 
Join Abby & Christine as they answer a listener question about perfectionism and share their tips for the week. Our guest this week is Claire Allen and we're talking all about female composers and how to bring their work and music into our teaching studios! Trello & Master Trello for Business e-course Suzuki Association of the Americans Institu ...…
 
Today’s show follows a slightly different format because we’re talking about how to prep for taxes. I’ve got five tax prep tips to share and details about an upcoming Self-Employment Tax Crash Course webinar that I’ll be offering on Friday, March 1, 2019. Register for the webinar here! Full show notes available here https://www.musicstudiostart ...…
 
Eric was a third-generation music teacher making a great living when he got hooked up with a tech business founder looking for a new project. Eric realized he was spending a lot more time on admin tasks than he realized, so together they launched an online payment and scheduling app called Fons. If you’re familiar with Fons, you might be surpri ...…
 
Today’s podcast is part two of my interview with Thomas Grayston, the developer of the Note Rush app. (iTunes and Google Play) In it, Thomas puts on his app developer hat and guides us through the first steps teachers can take if they have app ideas they want to bring to market. There is a TON of information in this episode, so be prepared to t ...…
 
On this week's episode we answer a question about students taking more initiative to practice. We also share a few resources we love including a podcast and a fiction book we think you'll enjoy. We are thrilled to be talking to Clara Hardie of Detroit Youth Volume about her work with the program and ideas that can inspire us all to improve acce ...…
 
Punk rock. Groovy. Heavy. Quiet. Acoustic. Brand New can do it all. In this episode, we unpack the dynamics from this very diverse rock band. Also we look at some of their pop music elements, captivating lyrics, and much more. If you're a sucker for anything acoustic then I think you'll enjoy this episode. - - - - - - - - - - - Spotify Playlist ...…
 
Today’s episode is the first of a two-part interview with Thomas Grayston, the developer of the Note Rush app. In this week’s episode, Thomas puts on his entrepreneur hat and shares his startup story. In next week’s episode, he’ll put on his developer hat and talk about first steps non-technical teachers can take if they have app ideas that the ...…
 
Beyond the Music Lesson is turning one! Join Abbey & Christine as they share more of the story about how the podcast started and share some of the tips that have made the biggest impact on them this past year. Do you have a favorite tip you've heard on the podcast this year? Share it with us on Facebook or Instagram…
 
Let's take a closer look at a band that is truly one of the founding father bands of post hardcore and emo music: Thursday. Their guitar tones and vocals were very dynamic, ranging from brutal and heavy to soft and melodic. Jazzy & rock and roll drums, amazing lyrics, an honest approach to songwriting, and so much more. Together, let's pay trib ...…
 
Robby catches up with Paul Shimmons and Chris Russell, cohosts of the Music Education and Technology Podcast, about tech they're using in the music classroom lately.By Robby Burns + Friends.
 
Join Christine & Abbey as they talk about their goal setting for the new year and share their tips for the week. Christine has a book recommendation and Abbey shares how she plans to help herself stay on track with one of her big goals for the year. We also have a conversation you won't want to miss with creativity expert and musician Melissa D ...…
 
Today we're excited to share part two of our interview with Amy Beth Horman. Join us as we talk about what practice is like in her house, a resource she uses all the time, what inspired her to start her own podcast, and her advice for parents. If you haven't listened to the first half of this interview yet be sure to go back and find Episode 29 ...…
 
In this episode of sonic psychology, we answer 4 listener questions about the music theory of Christmas Music. Learn about jazz chords, new ways to play songs, why songs get stuck in your head, and much more! Seeker’s Podcast Coming Soon Curosco Music https://open.spotify.com/artist/5A0ZgjDBYqmgJYaa5JBBEL?si=Wnp35OTBRDS3GHFa2RWolA Why Christmas ...…
 
This week's we are thrilled to have Amy Beth Horman on the podcast. We had such a great conversation with her that we are releasing it in two episodes that you won't want to miss. In this first half hear about a defining moment that happened to Amy Beth during a performance as a teen and how it influences the way she practices with her daughter ...…
 
Join Abbey and Christine as they discuss the book How to Talk So Kids Can Learn. If you are enjoying the show, please leave us a rating or review on Apple Podcasts. This helps our show reach more people! Follow us on Facebook and InstagramBy Abigail Peterson and Christine Goodner.
 
???? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? In this special holiday episode, we're taking a closer look at some badass Christmas music from post hardcore and emo bands... and also some other band that don't fall into those categories. Let's face it, there's tons of great Christmas music out there! In this episode, we highlight some of the Christmas records an ...…
 
On this week's episode Christine & Abbey talk about ideas for keeping practice going over the holidays. Abbey shares a tip for a type of musical performance to look for in your area and Christine shares an idea for finding holiday tunes to try at home. We have Shelly Davis of The Piano Parent Podcast on the podcast to talk about how podcasting ...…
 
Welcome to a metalcore episode of Zealous Musician. Let's dive into all things As I Lay Dying: crazy guitar licks, wicked fast drums, brutal screaming, and an unbelievably tragic story... redeemed. - - - - - - - - - - - Spotify Playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/marcorandazzo/playlist/5sAntXC8vhcJ7z30c3YRs3?si=Q5p7X5EGSnOkADnjjZ9SmA Special ...…
 
On this week's podcast Abbey and Christine answer a question about fitting in practice with your schedule feels like it's just too full. Abbey shares a tip that working with her son in practice and Christine shares a book recommendation. We have Brecklyn Ferrin on the show today who shares her perspective as a teacher who is now the parent of a ...…
 
On this week's episode we answer a listener question about keeping practice from becoming stale and give tips about managing to do lists and managing practice for teens. We also talk to Colleen Fitzgerald who expertly works with the teens in her program to keep them engaged in music lessons. You don't want to miss this interview if you have a t ...…
 
In this special episode, we break down a specific topic of music theory. Or as I like to call it, Sonic Psychology. We're going to take a closer look at 2 chords: the Major 1, and the Minor 6. These 2 chords are very simple, and yet extremely powerful at the same time. Why does the major 1 chord sound happy and uplifting? Why does the minor 6 c ...…
 
I have to take a quick break from the podcast to move Music Studio Startup HQ (and the rest of my life) from Maryland to Missouri! If you haven’t heard the earliest episodes the podcast, now is a good time to catch up. If you want to read about the steps I’ve been taking to close and transition my studio in Maryland, you can check out those det ...…
 
On this week's episode Christine and Abby answer a question about creating community and announce our book club book for the fall. Get your copy at your local library or here: How to Talk So Kids Can Learn . If you want to send us your comments about the book you can email us at BeyondtheMusicLesson@gmail.com. Show Notes Kela's Website | Facebo ...…
 
Cindy Hsu is from a slightly different category of entrepreneur than my usual guests, but she has such a great sense of hustle and so many insights to share on building an audience. I know I picked up some gems to apply to my business endeavors! Full show notes available at https://www.musicstudiostartup.com/episode020/…
 
Ever heard a song where Jesus says the F word? Well, in Part 2 of the Emery episode, you're going to. We dive into the impact that Emery has had through their music, their lyrics, and also through the Bad Christian Network. In addition to the conversation with my guest Chris Randazzo, hear about another great podcast produced by Super Team Medi ...…
 
Part 1 is all about the music from Emery. We dive into their keyboard melodies, hardcore guitar riffs, melodic vocal layers, breakdowns, time signatures, thought-provoking lyrics, and much more. As we take a journey through their albums, let's take a closer look at some of the music theory behind their music and find out what makes it unique. - ...…
 
On this week's episode we discuss how to work through music students being tired when they first start full-day school. We also share an organizational tip and a listening idea. Our guest today is Michele Horner. Her great book has helped many teachers and families understand their students better. Today we do a deep dive with her on understand ...…
 
A lot of entrepreneurial stories have meandering starts, often with setbacks and challenges that test a founder’s dedication and perseverance as much as the business idea itself. Today’s guest has one of those stories, but she stuck it out and made it to the other side. Here’s our conversation! Full show notes available at https://www.musicstud ...…
 
On this week's episode Abbey and Christine discuss how to help students through the middle school age slump that many students experience. We also share tips from what is working for their own studios this fall. Our interview guest is Andrea Miller of the Music Studio Startup Podcast and Blog - great information about how teachers can communica ...…
 
Last week we heard from Jolene Madewell, who used Instagram and other social media to build her online flute studio, so I thought talking to a full-time digital marketer would be a great follow-up. Today I’m talking to Molly Marshall about how local businesses like music studios can set themselves apart on Instagram. She talks about using hasht ...…
 
This episode takes a closer look at a groundbreaking album in the world of post hardcore music: Son I Loved You At Your Darkest. Lets dive into their creative guitar riffs, moving lyrics, creative time signatures, and much more. - - - - - - - - - - - Labeled Podcast Episode: telling the story of As Cities Burn https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcas ...…
 
This week Christine and Abbey as they discussion a listener question about a child that wants to quit because they dislike practice and hear a tips about how they get their own practice in their busy schedules. This week is also a great interview with Oregon Symphony violist Jennifer Arnold. Hear how she structures her own practice, her time as ...…
 
Lots of teachers transition in-person students to Skype students out of necessity when someone has to move, but today I’m talking to a flute teacher who has done the opposite. When Jolene’s local studio wasn’t gaining traction, she decided to focus on teaching virtually. She ramped up her social media presence and built her studio of mostly onl ...…
 
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