Tablets in the choir room [via Jeff Tillinghast at @ChoralNet]

Posted: January 19, 2013 in annotation, apps, blogs, choral, forScore, iPad, listening, practice, rehearsal, sheet music, studying, tablet, video

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Just wanted to briefly share a post from Jeff Tillinghast, contributor at the ChoralNet blog. It presents some ideas about how to use tablets in the choir room, depending on whether you have one iPad for the room, a few of them, or one for each singer.

Tablets in the Choir Room – If I Had 1? 5? 50?

It’s a good starting point, although I’m surprised that apps like forScore or unrealBook were not mentioned (or even things like apps that are specific for classroom attendance, for that matter). And unlike Jeff (and speaking only for myself – your mileage may vary) I DO feel entirely ready to replace my scores and folder with my iPad.

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Comments
  1. Helen says:

    I am also ready… but I’m still slightly shy about being the only one.

  2. Tech4Singers says:

    It’s understandable, Helen! But the first iPad adopter in our chorus ended up being a key person in empowering the rest of us to become comfortable with the technology and take advantage of it. (He’s the guy who contributed a guest post and also did an “iPads in Choir” talk on YouTube which I’ve mentioned in the blog.)

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