Category Archives: Ukulele Technology

You Know You Have Been Making Too Many Videos When…

I have had the privilege to get to know some wonderful people through my efforts in music education and technology, as well as through ukulele.  One of those people is Andy Ramos, a teacher in Houston, who attended TMEA this year.  It’s a good thing Andy is 1300 miles away, just like it is a …

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Roadie 2 Tuner (for Guitar, Ukulele, etc.)

A few days ago, my friend Paul Marchese (a music educator in Illinois) made a short video and post about the Roadie 2 tuner.  He demonstrated how he could tune instruments in his classroom while students were playing by momentarily swapping a tuned instrument with the student and tuning the student’s instrument using the new …

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Chordette for Education Ukulele Fonts Now Available!

For the past couple of months, I have been corresponding with John Baxter, who created the Chordette Ukulele Font. I was looking for a ukulele font that would do two things: Show finger position Perhaps use the KIDS Ukulele String colors John was open to making such a product for education, and we have been …

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The Ukulele App on Sale (IAP)

  If you play popular music on the ukulele, and you have any exposure to ukulele on YouTube, you know The Ukulele Teacher.  The Ukulele Teacher creates weekly (or more) instruction tutorials on how to play songs of all kinds.  Chances are that students in your music ensembles are watching his videos to learn how …

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App Experience: Any Font

Note: This post will be posted on both techinmusiced and ukestuff. One of the best aspects of this “non-job” has been the people I have had the opportunity to meet.  I can’t think of a single person in the area of music education technology that I have not immediately liked.   Simply put, the music education …

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Chordette: Chord Charts for Ukulele and Other Instruments

While I now host most of my ukulele posts at my ukulele site (ukestuff.info), there are times where music education technology and ukulele interact with each other.  Today’s focus is an example of that interaction.  This post will be double posted (on techinmusiced and ukestuff) for that reason. As I have written about in the …

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