For those who need to make presentations on the road, Keynote for iPad has been a blessing. Apple has done a tremendous job of streamlining the process of putting presentations together in the iPad version, while maintaining most of the vital functions of the desktop version of Keynote. While the app provides the user with the ability to create easily, the delivery of the presentation has been finger-centric at best.
Tablets like the Kindle and the iPad have revolutionized the way we think about computers. They're easy to carry around and just as easy to use. In turn, they have revolutionized the way we think about books. Suddenly, it's easy to carry your whole library with you wherever you go and find new books to add to your library from the Internet. But what about musicians? Can they take advantage of the innovations tablets bring with regard to sheet music?
In a single word: absolutely.
Here are five ways that digital sheet music is actually better than paper, bringing enormous benefits to musicians ready to
A trip to the great outdoors, a fun day on the slopes, traveling to iconic landmarks; you want to capture a picture of you in front of that magnificent scenery but there's no one around to hold your camera phone. Sound familiar? You could hold the camera phone up and take a selfie but it's hard to capture enough of the background if you're limited to the length of your arms. Here are some quick fixes for taking better scenic photos on your own: