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127 | Low Latency Technology, Best Music Education Apps, Live Video Tips and Starting Your Studio Business

September 25, 2020

Eden Casteel and Wendy Jones discuss low latency technologies and how they collaborated to test and conquer these new platforms. (1:36) 
Takenya Battle shares her all-time favorite music education apps. (49:58) Social Media expert Karen Michaels inspires us to use live video on our social media channels. (55:46)
We start a five-part series with business expert Michelle Markwart Deveaux about starting your own voice studio business. (1:05:51)

Episode 127


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Low Latency Technology – Eden Casteel and Wendy Jones (1:36)

Eden Casteel
Though she wanted to be Karen Carpenter AND Beverly Sills when she was little, Eden Casteel has grown up to be a multifaceted performer, pianist, producer, and independent studio owner based in Wakefield, Rhode Island. A native of Dublin, Ohio, who moved to Rhode Island in 2010, Eden holds a Bachelor of Music Degree from The University Of Cincinnati College-Conservatory Of Music and a Master of Music degree from The University of Maryland. She is a past president of the Rhode Island chapter of NATS and a charter member of The Speakeasy Cooperative. If you would like to work with Eden, please visit her website:  www.edencasteel.com
https://edencasteelmusicstudio.as.me/OnlineMusicTechSupport

 


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Wendy Jones resides in the Asheville area and runs her private voice studio: One World Voice Studio. She also serves on the faculty of Western Carolina University, where she teaches Contemporary and Commercial Voice and the faculty Brevard College where she teaches voice and directs the opera workshop. Wendy is an active member of NATS and is also a member of the Speakeasy Cooperative, PAVA, the National Association of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Jazz Educator’s Network, and the Association for Popular Music Education.  https://www.wljonesoneworldvoice.com/

Links mentioned in this interview:
Ian Howell’s presentation from NATS
Soundjack https://www.soundjack.eu/index.php/howto
Cleanfeed https://cleanfeed.net/
Soundtrap https://www.soundtrap.com/
jamkazam https://www.jamkazam.com/

 


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Best Music Education Apps with Takenya Battle (49:58)

Takenya shares her all-time favorite music education apps that she uses with students of all ages.

Piano Maestro https://www.joytunes.com/apps
https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/the-most-amazing-sheep-game/id550921301
https://www.noterushapp.com/
https://www.meludia.com/en/

 


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Live Video Tips with Karen Michaels (55:46)

Social Media Expert Karen Michaels shares tips and best practices for using live video on your social media channels.

Karen has turned her passion for technology and building her music studio and solo career, into a thriving social media business. From Instagram to Facebook to Google My Business Karen will get you up and running with a smile. Work with Karen:
Karen’s Free Social Butterfly Facebook Group
https://thesocialbutterflygurusocialmedia.as.me/FullVoicePodcast

 


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Starting Your Voice Studio Business {Part One}
with Michelle Markwart Deveaux (1:05:51)

Voice teacher and business expert, Michelle Markwart Deveaux outlines the three things you need to start a music studio business.

Link for SpeakEasy Coop (A Voice Teacher mastermind/co-learning group) www.thespeakeasycoop.com

Link for Michelle’s site www.faithculturekiss.com