Music Technology for Dummies

June 14, 2017

Finally a reference guide which is not directed at any specific exam program but covers the complexities of Music Technology in a student-friendly manner. Not merely a great brand-new guide tool for students, it will be of great used to the many songs teachers who will be starting teaching this subject, and to the keen amateur whom creates music yourself. -Ingrid McLean, topic frontrunner for musical, Hanham highschool, Bristol

A reader-friendly way of dealing with previously complex explanations of technology; presenting obvious passages of text and colourful diagrams. Probably the most impressive an element of the guide is its ability to appeal to numerous readers, both in terms of age and capability. Most chapters will be of great interest to those who are either beginning their job, want to clean up on their particular comprehension or wish to further engage their particular pastime. -Daisy Sunda, PGCE music pupil, Oxford Brookes

About the Author

Mortimer Rhind-Tutt started their music career as an orchestral trumpet player after studying at the Royal Academy of Music. He moved fulltime into education as principal of Ealing Junior Music class and it is today head of music technology at Millfield class in Somerset.

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