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Security and Privacy

We’re all aware of the importance of privacy and security on the Internet, and it’s a priority for all of us at Musicology to ensure a safe experience for anyone who uses our platform. Also, because we’re a teaching platform where our kids come to learn, that means we have to take extra special precautions.

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Silicon Valley

Whenever I think of places like Silicon Valley, I imagine an image like something out of The Simpsons where they have flying cars, robots bringing

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Getting Close!

I hope everyone is surviving recital season! Things look a little different this year, don’t they? I was browsing through old photos on my school’s

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Room on a Cloud

I am learning so much. There are many little details involved in developing and marketing a major app. So many layers. Small fees everywhere that

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Feeling the Love & Music!

Things are really starting to come together now and I’m seeing progress and excitement everywhere I turn. We’ve gotten our admin team working and organized

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Rainbow Sparkle Poop!

We as music teachers need to have a keen sense of humour. The majority of our clients are children and if you can’t laugh with kids then you’re not connecting with them. I can’t think of the number of times…

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Funding Success!

We really lucked out having the previous connection to Arcane Four in Ottawa. These guys are the supernerds of the development industry and some of the smartest people I have ever met…

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The Lag

We’ve all experienced it while teaching. Your student plays their song and they appear to be playing at super speed, then suddenly slower and then freeze…

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The Switch to Online Lessons

When the lockdown hit in March and lessons went online it was a big change, but I knew we could survive it. What were we going to do, sit back and let this thing destroy our livelihoods?

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The Beginning

In March 2020, Canada was issued orders of lockdown to help contain the spread of COVID-19. I was sitting in the restaurant of The Holiday Inn in Burlington after my six-year-old had his last swim class there. We were eating french fries…

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