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Directors' Toolbox

Pepper’s Top Tips for Concert Season

November 16, 2016

Concert season is right around the corner and, chances are, you have been preparing for it since your last concert ended. You spent the summer looking at repertoire and the fall teaching it to your students. Now, it is time to prepare for the big night. At Pepper, we pride ourselves on helping our customers in any way we can. With that in mind, we have compiled three blogs aimed at helping you with your final concert preparations.

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Directors' Toolbox

Meet Your New Rehearsal Assistant

September 12, 2014
Handheld Recorders

Any director, music teacher, or private instructor can tell you that it is impossible to get everything done during rehearsal time.  Especially with larger groups, picking up on every small mistake or weakness is far too tall an order.  Once that short rehearsal time is over, you are left wracking your brain trying to remember every important point your group needs to practice.  But it doesn’t have to be that hard.

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Technology in Music Education

January 13, 2011
Teaching Music with Technology

There are many ways teachers can turn to technology to inspire creativity and improve upon the quality of their music programs.  And, there’s no shortage of equipment to get the job done, including music notation software, MIDI keyboards, recording equipment, as well as sight singing and ear training programs.

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