A graduate of Manhattan School of Music with a B.A. in Classical Piano, Adam Goldberg has toured the U.S. with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, and has gigged throughout the tri-state area, working with such artists as Michel Camilo, Lew Soloff, and Steve Turre. Mr. Goldberg currently enjoys the privilege of teaching Special Needs students in NYC. He implements the latest technologies, specifically iPad and Logic Pro, to empower his students as music makers in an all-inclusive music making environment. This successful empowerment has led to wonderful opportunities for his students to be representatives of what Special populations are truly capable of. These opportunities include filmings by Fox News and Apple, as well as live performances at the nationally funded Very Special Arts Festivals, the Upper West Side Apple Store, pedagogical conferences and various special occasions. Mr. Goldberg loves to share his successful teaching methods and experiences and has given presentations and workshops for WNET’s Celebration for Teaching and Learning, The United Federation of Teachers and The Upper West Side Apple Store. He is now preparing to present a hands on iPad workshop at The Arts in Special Education Consortium’s (ASEC) annual conference, for which he also serves on the Steering Committee. Mr. Goldberg is also proud to have been selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator.
Afraid of Logic Pro's Environment? Don't be! In this article, Adam Goldberg shows how he sets up Logic's Chord Memorizer for his Special Needs music students to help them create wonderful sounds!
Learn how Adam Goldberg, Special Needs music educator, uses iPad apps for individualized instruction for students. From iKaossilator to ThumbJam, Bloom to Animoog, Adam explains what works best.
Find out why Logic Pro and iPads are on the list of gear that Special Needs Music teacher, Adam Goldberg, relies upon. If you're setting up a studio or music classroom this is an essential read!
Loopseque for iPad is a popular app for music exploration and composition in many contexts. Adam Goldberg reviews this app from a unique position as a musician and teacher for Special Needs.
Editor's Note: If you hang out on the macProVideo.com Forums, you've undoubtedly benefited from the expert software help from users like Adam Goldberg. Adam, as well as being a regular contributor on
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