I'm a musician/singer by trade but I'm currently learning SA in order to create a children's music learning show. My goal: to make learning to read and write music along with other basic music skills, as fun and easy to accomplish as possible. I have some ideas about how to make my presentation as vivid and exciting to watch as to learn. That's where SA comes in. If I can digest enough to put together a rockin' video/cartoon/animation format I think kids will love it. Free Music Education for all!!!
I lived and worked as a jingle singer and voice over actor in NYC until 9/11 when I lost my apt which as across the street from the World Trade. I was also in the band Steely Dan. The up side of 9/11 was that in moving to Bucks County, PA to recover from PTSD I started teaching at a small music conservatory. A few years later I got this idea that might address the lack of funding for education in the arts for kids. This summer I composed, sang and recorded 11 songs for the show. Now I want to use SA to help me really get my message across. I'd be interested in connecting with any SA user in the Bucks County/Philly area who wouldn't mind chatting with a newbie SA user.
I just want to say that your performance as a singer there is simply fantastic in the visual sense. That is, your motions are so fluid and so completely and utterly in synch with the beat of the music that the song is not enjoyable just for listening to; the performance is also enjoyable to watch.
Just thought you should hear that.
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