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Music Teacher as Music Producer


How to Turn Your Classroom into a Center for Musical Creativities

Clint Randles

22 December 2022

ISBN: 9780197519462

328 pages

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Price: £22.99


In Music Teacher as Music Producer, Clint Randles offers enlightening suggestions for the future of creativity-infused recording and contemporary performance-centered music classrooms.

  • Proposes that music classes can and should look more like art classes
  • Examines how musical creativities can be approached through technology
  • Shows how cultivating students' musical capabilities must take precedence over maintaining established customs in teaching

About the Author(s)

Clint Randles, Associate Professor of Music Education,, University of South Florida School of Music

Clint Randles is Associate Professor of Music Education at the University of South Florida, where he teaches courses at the intersection of contemporary musicianship, creativity, philosophy, and popular music. His work centers on the development of innovative curricular practice. He enjoys performing guitar and singing as a part of his role as Director of Contemporary Worship at a church in Tampa.

Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction: A Different Kind of Music Classroom, A Different Kind of Teacher
    Chapter 2. The Room(s): Where the Magic Happens
    Chapter 3. How Technology Can Help You
    Chapter 4. Instruments: Tools for Creative Expression
    Chapter 5. Setting the Stage for Success: Literally and Figuratively
    Chapter 6. Gear Considerations & Acoustics
    Chapter 7. Diversifying Performance
    Chapter 8. Classroom as Recording Studio
    Chapter 9. Making Technology Work for You
    Chapter 10. A Whole New World of Musical Products
    Chapter 11. The End is the Beginning