DIY Guide To Writing, Recording, and Sharing Your Music
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As music therapists, many of us have found ourselves in clinical settings and situations where writing our own music is necessary to the therapeutic process. In this 3-hour CMTE course, you’ll learn tips, tools, and techniques for not only writing your own music therapy songs, but also recording and sharing them — whether just with your clients or the world at large.
This course is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 3 CMTEs.
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About the Instructor
Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC
Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC is the owner of Music Therapy Connections, a private practice and teaching studio in Springfield, Illinois. She also maintains Listen & Learn Music, which is a resource for music therapists, educators, and parents containing over 150 original songs.
“This course offered many excellent resources and ideas for ways to create, record and share music and I am sure that other music therapists will all discover at least one new resource from taking this course. I enjoyed learning about all of the different online resources for sharing music via the web. After taking the course, I am motivated to finally create an album of songs for my business that my clients have been asking for! I am also excited to discover ways to share this album on something other than a physical CD as that can get costly! Thanks for another great course Music Therapy Ed!”
“I would definitely recommend this course to others. Rachel did a great job of breaking things down and making everything easy to understand. I think this course would be useful for folks who work in a variety of settings and with a variety of clients because a lot of people have occasions where we want to/need to share music outside of our sessions. I have always used original songs, but now I am inspired to share more of them with clients, their families, and other colleagues instead of just using them in sessions. I though that Rachel did a fantastic job and I feel a lot more confident in using the techniques that she described in the class!”
“After this course, I’m feeling more validated about the songs I’ve written and used in sessions and the possibility they may be helpful to others. I’m ready to take some time and explore all the online resources Rachel presented. Rachel made it sound easy and her videos were clear and simple. Even I should be able to do this! So many of us write our own music and it never goes anywhere outside of our sessions. As a community, it’s important we share what we’ve done to help others.”
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CBMT Relationship: DIY Guide To Writing, Recording, and Sharing Your Music with Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC is approved by the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT) for 3 Continuing Music Therapy Education credits. Sound Health Music, Approved Provider #P-110, maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria. Please view the required CBMT information.