Re: Virtual teacher?
- From: Koen Lommerse <Beef@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2011 13:23:02 -0400
Oci-One Kanubi wrote:
On Jul 3, 7:15 am, Chris Wyse <TheC...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jul 3, 1:45 pm, Pt <pea...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jul 2, 10:05 pm, bassman2 <vince_angelon...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
More and more, I see software coming out (for example the Wii Fit)
that seemingly can monitor your movements and detect if it is correct
Not withstanding my belief that student - teacher relationship is
essential, and considering some teachers are already offering lessons
via the web, how far awawy are we from having a camera that can look
and hear you play an instrument and give you feedback on the accuracy
of the music?
Regards to all
Those things don't donate feeling.
You can play the exact notes/chords and it will say you play good.
But the thing that separates a good player from a great payer is
playing what you feel.
True - however, think of the possibilities for kids that a) don't have
access to a tutor or b) can't afford a tutor...I am not advocating the
(bad) use of technolog, rather seeing the better side....
In that case, sure. Use it like any other tool, like the lassons
avaliable on CD or VHS now.
VHS? Hmmm. I still have a few of those Beaver Felton "Slap happy" tapes! :)- Hide quoted text -
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VHS? Isn't that a cable television station for teeny-pop?
Sorta more like an 8-track tape that fits into yer TV.
Some TV's, and there accessories, don't have an opening for them, so just get a bigger hammer to MAKE it fit.
35 years of playing bass and fixing cars, WE Autobody men can do ANYTHING!
As our motto goes: "A little bondo,
A little paint.
WE can make it
What it ain't!"
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