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Gary Heimbauer is a music tech superstar who uses video to increase his reach as a teacher and to differentiate learning in his classes. Learn why it’s important to “just get started” and how you can do that using tools and resources you probably already own.
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Resources and links mentioned
- Pow! Music!
- Gary’s current youtube channel with some of the light up fretboard dot videos: Pow Music
- Gary’s Youtube channel for student learning and sharing: Waterside Studio
- Ukeoke app
- Four Chords app
- Little Kids Rock
- Hook Theory
- Black Mirror TV series
- The lighting kit Gary uses for all his videos
- Alternative lighting kit: same company and lights but a smaller kit without the overhead or backlight
- Play For All
- Play For All course and curriculum trailer
- Soloing for Complete Beginners
- 25% Discount code for Midnight Music listeners: MIDNIGHT25
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