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Breaking News –
Following the completion of successful discussions, which started at the British Education Teaching with Technology show in London in January 2010, Gigajam has appointed ETC Edutech to represent the sale of Gigajam products in Hong Kong.
Brian Greene MD of Gigajam said, “It is an exciting development for us with Gigajam now being available through trusted partners in Australia, Netherlands, Finland and now Hong Kong. These are small steps for us as we remain focused and committed to completing a successful mission in the UK before attempting to execute a genuine global expansion. That being said, we are delighted that these opportunities are coming our way and they will provide solid stepping stones for us as we expand our reach.”
More to follow.
Gigajam will appear in the 2011 Catalogue for ETC Eductech and will be represented by the company locally.
For more information please contact:
Brian Greene email@example.com
Tel 0800 055 6797
Mob 07976 208859
The elearning partnership with Gigajam and Yamaha was launched at BETT in January 2010 and is the perfect partnership of; Gigajam’s digital curriculum for the guitar, bass, keyboard and drums and Yamaha’s great range of portable and affordable MIDI instruments.
The concept of creating new musicians with the digital curriculum and interactive musical instruments, means that students, in the classroom can Learn to Play. They can then Perform in a Band by applying their skills to playing live . The next step is to then take the developing musical competence to compose & record which is where Steinberg’s unqiue suite of desktop recording applications come in.
The studio environment we have created comprises of a downloadable version of Steinberg’s Sequel 2 which can be downloaded and installed and used freely for up to 45 days.
In addition to the free trial download, Steinberg have provided 8 music technology tutorials to help you understand how to get the most from recording and composing with Sequel. The list of tutorials available are as follows:
Introduction: Install Steinberg Sequel 2 Trial
Lesson 1 : Sequel 2 Tutorial
|This 10 minute video tutorial introduces you to Sequel 2 and will provide you with the building blocks to start recording and composing.|
Lesson 2 : Controller Learning Functions
|In this lesson there are four videos designed to support you making the most of your harware controller.|
Lesson 3 : Virtual Keyboards
|These two video tutorials outline how to use your computer keyboard and mouse as virtual controller keyboards.|
Lesson 4 : Tapping out a Tempo
Lesson 5 : Using Track Icons
Lesson 6 : Freezing a Track to Save CPU
Lesson 7 : Using The Media Bay
Lesson 8 : Reverse Clip Effect
We are looking to develop the studio offer with Steinberg and expand the depth and range of Music Technology tutorials on offer.
Steinberg are planning the release for an innovative new unlimited site licence for schools which will make using high quality desktop recording available at school and at home in an affordable plan. Details to follow soon.
For further information on the Gigajam Sequel Studio then please visit http://gigajamvle.com/content/studio.aspx
Brian Greene|Gigajam|Managing Director| email firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Shravemade|Steinberg |Education and Product Training UK| email email@example.com
Gigajam VLE is now accessible to all Bolton Schools using Bolton’s learning platform.
Teachers and pupils simply need to login to Bolton’s learning platform and, from the Learning Links, follow the Gigajam logo.
Gigajam is using single sign on technology and have developed access with partners Uniservity who are authenticating users. The first time a user logs in they will need to create the simplest of account forms on Gigajam VLE; thereafter users will be simply logged straight in from the Learning Link.
Teachers can gain access to Gigajam’s assessment for learning engine functionality, which provides a staff room where teachers can create classes of students, monitor pupils work and leave feedback. Access to the recently launched Arts Award Programme of Study is included.
Teachers just need to log in and create an account and then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . We will then convert your account to a teacher account.
For more information and technical support please contact Brian Greene at Gigajam email@example.com .
For Bolton teachers wishing to discuss their involvement with the project then please contact Wendy Austin, Bolton Learning Platform Team firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bolton Council Hub http://clc2.uniservity.com/Grouphomepage.asp?GroupId=264652