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Noteflight Marketplace, featuring Friend John Mlynczak (Season 3, Episode 6)

This week Robby catches up with John Mlynczak, Managing Director of Noteflight, about their new Marketplace platform and the state of digital music publishing. 

My opening monologue that usually introduces the show and guest was lost in an epic battle with my MacBook this week. Enjoy, instead, an awkward cold open, brought to you by Roomba and the Amazon Echo.

Show Notes

John Mlynczak:

Twitter | Website | Noteflight

 

Noteflight Marketplace

Purchasing on Noteflight Marketplace

Selling on Noteflight Marketplace

Marketplace Terms of Service

forScore

Smart Music

Practice First

Dorico, featuring Daniel Spreadbury (Season 3, Episode 2)

Daniel Spreadbury, Product Manager of notation editor, Dorico, joins the show.

Once we got going, this conversation ventured into great detail on the subject of Daniel’s start at Sibelius, using the different modes of Dorico, user interface design, the challenges of software development, the future of Dorico on mobile, and much more.

Daniel’s articulate thought and meticulous attention to detail made this a really fun episode to record. You can hear Daniel’s inner nerd pour out over every side of the product. From the backend code, to the user experience, to the customer support.

Daniel Spreadbury

Twitter | Dorico | Blog

Show Notes:

Dorico YouTube Channel

Lynda.com

Cubase

Cubasis

Marco Arment

Overcast Podcast App

Forecast

My Book - Digital Organization Tips for Music Teachers

Audio Hijack

Edit: Since recording, the Dorico Manual was released in PDF form. Download here.

Digital Organization Tips for Music Teachers, Chapter 5 - Scanning, with Guest Chris Russell (Season 2, Episode 5)

In place of a formal introduction, Chris and I launched straight into a discussion about our recording setups and how to successfully record using iOS devices*. Then we jump into over an hour of action packed information on scanning. Scanning documents. Scanning music. Scanning with scanners. Scanning with phones. OCRing text. Automatic handwriting recognition. Automatic music notation recognition. Doing it all on PCs, tablets, phones, you name it.

Christopher Russell is a middle school choral and general music educator, music technology in education expert, blogger, and podcaster. Click the links below to read about him.

Chris Russel

Twitter | Blog | Podcast

Show Notes:

Misc

AirPods | Zencaster | flat.io | Newzik | Evernote | Notability | unRealBook | MMEA | AirTurn | PageFlip | From Paper to Pixels | Tony Vincent 

Recording Set Up

Audio Hijack | Ferrite | H4N | Blue Snowball | Audio Technica AT2020 USB

Hardware Scanners 

Fujitsu Scansnap | Canon 

Third Party Options

1dollarscan.com

Recommended Scanning Apps:

Scanner Pro | Scannable 

Music Scanning Apps

PhotoScore | SmartScore | PDFtoMusic Pro | NotateMe | Sheet Music Scanner

Other Scanning Apps:

Tiny Scanner iOS | Tiny Scanner Android | Genius Scan iOS | Genius Scan Android | JotNot Pro | forScore 

 *This discussion was eye opening for me and I am glad I tried recording into my iPad for this episode but I would like to note that ...

1) Ferrite's touch editing interface was cumbersome enough for me that I ended up just doing it all in Logic Pro

and

2) Something about this setup resulted in a bit of a distorted sound on my voice which I did my best to clean up but apologize for.