|Posted by Thomas J. West on August 19, 2011 at 1:00 PM|
The leader in online music technology education, SoundTree, has just taken their already excellent professional devleopment YouTube channel and weekly online seminars to the next level. SoundTree Institute will undoubtedly be the must-have professional development membership for anyone who is interested in incorporating the latest music technology hardware, software, and services into their music education curriculum.
Unlike SoundTree's online webinars, which have been free of charge in the past, SoundTree Institute is a subscription-based service providing weekly interactive online training sessions, on-demand access to videos not available on the YouTube channel, live online tech support, discussion boards, resources, links, special discounts for the SoundTree store, and best of all, admission to METOS 2011. The basic subscription level ($50 for a limited time, $65 thereafter) gives you access to all of this.
I attended METOS 2010 last year and covered it live on my blog. It was an excellent afternoon full of great information. Best of all, since it is all online, it is the only conference you can attend in your sweat pants toting your favorite beverage. This year, METOS 2011 will only be available to Institute subscribers. It takes place on Columbus Day - October 10th, 2011.
Probably one of the most exciting prospects of SoundTree Institute is that they are also offering graduate level courses in music techonology submittable for graduate level credit in many state. They are also offering in cooperation with University of the Arts in Philadlephia TI:ME Level 1 and 2 courses for graduate credit.
Here is the official YouTube video explaining this dynamic new service in detail.
If you want to keep abreast on the latest innovations and best practices of music technology, there quite simply is no better place to do so.
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