Atari computers were first introduced into the Australian music classroom in the late 1980s, equipped as they were with MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) and a well developed suite of recording software. Since this time, the power to create of all kinds of multimedia has become available on every computer platform while the capacity to collaborate, share and review creative works has spread across the internet. This article suggests ways in which teachers may be able to utilise these tools more widely in the classroom.
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