Tech Tip: What are Data Packets?

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A data packet is a unit of data made into a single package that travels along a given network path. Data packets are used in Internet Protocol (IP) transmissions for data that navigates the Web, and in other kinds of networks. Musicology has an exciting new update coming that will improve spotty internet connectivity between […]

Writing on the Grand Staff Stamp

All About the Grand Staff

We get lots of comments about being able to draw on our Grand Staff feature but did you know we have thought of this already? The Grand Staff feature was designed as a virtual piano between teacher and student, breaking down the wall of the screen. The keyboard can be played collaboratively and notes can […]

Why My Music Staff & Musicology Work

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Every robust studio needs a good video conferencing platform and online studio management! Now, both of these can be used in-person as well and they work hand-in-hand to compliment each other. What is My Music Staff? My Music Staff is studio management software made easy! They’re web-based application helps you manage your students, schedule, billing, […]

All About the Musicology Website

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Let’s break down the website together so navigation is as easy as possible! We will go over all the menu pages in depth. Plans and Prices Introductory Offer – Monthly. $19.99 Unlimited Hours All Features Included Professional Support Yearly Offer – Yearly. $216.00 SAVE 28% ($84)! Unlimited Hours All Features Included Professional Support View Prices […]

When should you upgrade your technology?

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When should you upgrade your technology? Lets talk about when its best to upgrade devices, criteria for new devices as well as technology selection help! TABLETS Android devices generally have a lifespan of 3 years. iOS devices generally have a useful lifespan of 6.5 years, though the average user will only tolerate their device to 4 years. […]

Resizing images on the whiteboard

June 27 2022 Feature

Resizing images on the whiteboard with Musicology’s easy-to-use smart board! In this tutorial you will learn exactly how to do that. Don’t be afraid to push buttons and test things out! TIP: You need to place a call (it won’t actually call them) with a student or test room for the whiteboard to activate. Each […]

Musicology at The NAMM Show!

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Come along for the journey! The NAMM Show was held June 3rd-5th 2022, in beautiful Anaheim, California. Musicology’s second show! We handed out goodies as we walked the floor, and met some amazing people! Follow along our wonderful journey below! What is The NAMM Show? NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) brings over 100,000 like-minded […]

Musicology Features

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Musicology is filled with many features to make online learning fun, easy and perfect for teachers. All features are interactive and collaborative for the best connection with your students. This blog will give you a quick run down on each feature offered on Musicology. We have created a video showing all the features as well […]

Using colour on Musicology to teach young children online.

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How to use colour strategically on Musicology to teach young children! Colour allows you to quickly understand and organize visual elements, especially those that are similar. In music, that could create a much easier environment to learn and memorize the key aspects. In an article on colour-coding your classroom, Amy Curletto wrote, “Colour coding is […]

Troubleshoot Like A Genius

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We are music teachers so why is troubleshooting important? Because peoples computers are like peoples pianos or cars – they need to be maintained. If your students piano keys are sticking or is out out of tune, you call a technician. You troubleshoot the problem and advise the solution. Teaching online is no different. Software […]