IT systems with sound principles

14th November 1997 at 00:00
The NCET's Music IT Pack provides succinct advice on IT issues in music education and gives guidance on equipment. Focusing on key stage 3, it contains leaflets on computer systems, recording and listening equipment, MIDI hardware and software, electronic keyboards, CD-Roms, synthesisers and sound processors. It sets out key principles for introducing resources, never forgetting musical knowledge is more important than technical expertise.

Tom Deveson

Music IT Pack, Pounds 7.50, available from the NCET Bookshop (R), Milburn Hall Road, Science Park, Coventry CV4 7JJ. Tel: 01203 416669

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