AirTurn's Tips and Tricks for Modern Musicians
Summary: AirTurn presents a weekly video podcast to help musicians get the most out of their AirTurn hands-free page turners, digital sheet music software, and other music reading technologies. Launched in 2008, AirTurn, Inc. is a Boulder, Colorado based company dedicated to developing digital tools to enhance the pedagogy, performance, and practice of music. Its flagship product - the AirTurn AT-104 wireless page turning transmitter pedal system - frees musicians from the limitations of paper sheet music scores and enables them to turn pages completely hands-free on most Mac and PC computers. "AirTurn's Tips and Tricks for Modern Musicians" is hosted by Hugh Sung, a professional pianist on the Collaborative Piano faculty of The Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, and VP of communications for AirTurn, Inc. Hugh brings a wealth of information and experience from having been a "paperless pianist" since 2002, working exclusively with computers and Tablet PCs to read, annotate, and store his sheet music library of over 6000 scores.