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Title: THE NEW HORIZONS FOR MUSIC TECHNOLOGY IN MUSIC EDUCATION Tallinn 24.4.2009


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THE NEW HORIZONS FOR MUSIC TECHNOLOGY IN MUSIC
EDUCATIONTallinn24.4.2009
  • Heikki Ruismäki, professor
  • University of Helsinki
  • Antti Juvonen, Ph.D., Senior lecturer
  • University of Joensuu

2
THE NEW HORIZONS FOR MUSIC TECHNOLOGY IN MUSIC
EDUCATION
  • Content
  • Aims
  • Methods
  • Decades of media and music technology education
  • The past decades
  • Music in the Internet
  • Some remarks
  • Questions and considerations

3
Aims
  • What options does the Internet offer?
  • How modern technology can help teachers?
  • in learning instrument playing
  • Free accompaniement, singing etc.
  • creating music
  • collective music-making and playing
  • with social media
  • Focus especially on the essential phenomenon of
    open music education technology

4
Methods
  • A micro-historical review
  • The Internet as developers and shapers of modern
    music education.
  • The review underlining the music of the new
    millennium and the phenomenon of open social
    media.

5
Introduction
  • Position of music (education) technology ?
  • -gtdeveloping,
  • -gtadvancing new methods inside music teaching and
    learning
  • -gtresearching, and first of all
  • -gtgrowing in the use of modern technology.

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Table1. Decades of (Finnish) media and music
technology education
1960 Popular, liberal education Audiovisual education Film, television, newspaper, mass communication Acoustic instruments
1960 Popular, liberal education Mass media education Film, television, newspaper, mass communication Acoustic instruments
1970 Critical stance Mass communication education Television, mass media Acoustic and electric instruments
Communication education Television, mass media Acoustic and electric instruments
1980 Aesthetics, ethics Communication education Video, audiovisual culture, film, music videos Synthesizers, music software for computers, computer-assisted music education, video-culture
Communication education Video, audiovisual culture, film, music videos Synthesizers, music software for computers, computer-assisted music education, video-culture
1990 Networking, interaction Communication education Information technology, net technology, digital technology Sequencer-, notation-, ear training-, music theory-, improvisation -, synthesis- and sound modification- and hypermedia software develop
Media education Information technology, net technology, digital technology Sequencer-, notation-, ear training-, music theory-, improvisation -, synthesis- and sound modification- and hypermedia software develop
2000 Multi-modal media culture Media education Digital technology, multi-modality Social media, Internet music-making, video, mixed culture
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The internet already is a part of the reality of
children and youngsters
  • Social life
  • Enjoyment and relaxing
  • Hobbies, interests
  • Taking care of things, shopping
  • Finding information and learning
  • Self-expression
  • Loading data from peer groups

8
Social media
  • Typical
  • participation
  • interaction
  • sharing
  • cooperational working
  • selling and marketing

9
Social media
  • 1950-70s I need
  • 1980-90s I want
  • 2000s I am able
  • 2010s We are able

10
Table 2. Music in the Internet the past decades
1998 Google 2004 My Space
2000 Napster 2005 FaceBook
2001 Itunes 2005 Youtube
2001 Mikseri 2005 Tunecore, WE7
2002 Kazaa 2007 Amazonmp3
2003 Last Fm 2007 Teachertube
2003 PirateBay 2008 ?
11
Music in the Internet
  • Kitarapedagogi
  • Kitaraa tiukemmille soittajille
  • Guitarbackingtrack
  • Karaoke
  • Pianopedagogi
  • Afroimpro
  • Laulukone
  • Luo musiikkia
  • Mikseri
  • Fair music market
  • Musan tekemistä verkossa
  • Lasse Gjertsen
  • The Brustones
  • LastFm
  • Muusikoiden.net
  • leffat
  • Musiikin hakua
  • Visuaalista hakua
  • Thomann
  • Kritiikkiä omista biiseistä
  • SongTapper
  • MySong
  • Sweet Georgia Brown
  • Whats time

12
Technology sticking throught musical achievements
(measuring own skills and knowledge)
Knowledge about essence of equipment
Knowhow on equippement and programs
The development of equipment, programs and
learning and teaching methods
?
Conseptions about what to do with the equipment
And transforming them into music education
13
Some remarks
  • Music educational technology undoubtedly changes
    teaching of music.
  • The question is in which direction?
  • How does the music change?
  • How will the teaching change? And
  • Formal gt informal learning
  • What have the social media added to music
    teaching and learning?

14
Questions and considerations
  • Are the teachers in touch with the time?
  • At schools, universities and polytechnics?
  • Are the possibilities of internet used correctly?
  • Information search, information selling,
    internet business
  • Is information shared enough (openly and
    systematically)?
  • Teachers education, Veso, Educa, Hämeenlinna
    ITK, Workshops
  • Douple the joy, shere the sorrow
  • How is music teaching going to change?
  • Media, games, music, teaching
  • Formal-informal learning
  • Are the interested and uninterested informed?
  • How to motivate teachers who are not technology
    oriented?
  • Are the key persons informed?
  • What kind of programs for people of different
    ages?
  • How is music technology seen in curriculum and
    contents of teaching?
  • The effects for instrument skills teaching,
    classroom teaching and to music as a hobby?
  • Noviices, eksperts

15
  • He, who seeks, also finds but does the one also
    find, who does not seek ?

16
The door is open, you just have to step in is
an old Chinese proverb referred to cleverly by
Google Earth. Thank you ! You can find our
presentation on my wesites -gtHeikki
Ruismäki -gtmaterials or -gtpublications
  • Music educational technology undoubtedly changes
    teaching of music.
  • The question is in which direction? How does the
    music change,
  • how will the teaching change and
  • what have the social media added to music
    teaching and learning?
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