Presentation Rig 2015

Previously I have discussed presenting and teaching using digital whiteboards instead of slides and mirrored screens showing tools and technology at work. You can see some of these writings and rants here. Recently, I found my favorite digital white board technology,  Jot for iOS and its most useful support tool www.jotwithme.com were somehow blocked at […]

Advanced Mapping

MIDI mapping in your DAW can turn your music production tools into music performance tools.   At times the automatic mapping features of programs like live can be very helpful.  Occasionally you may find that they do not work to your satisfaction.     For example,  if you map a MIDI key press (using the […]

Presentation Rig update

Mid-semester Fall 2014 update. While splashtop bench tested where, there were some issues in using it that I did not expect. 1. Audio Programs behave sluggishly, specifically to mouse-intensive activities on my almost 2 year old laptop while running Splashtop 2. Having the audio programs on screen is not as helpful as I once thought. […]

presentation rig

Over the past academic year I have been breaking away from slide show (powerpoint/keynote) style lectures in favor of more interactive discussions.  Starting summer 2013 I took steps to get my lectures to be more interactive using technology to present ideas live.   Below are 3 technologies I have tested so far, one semester each. Fall […]