Music student performance appraisals made easy
Record, share, and save student assessments
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In this video from PreSonus, John Mlynczak shows you how to use the PreSonus AudioBox Studio to efficiently record and share students' performance assessments.
With the AudioBox Studio, individual students can record their tests in private, while you continue teaching the rest of the class. You can listen and evaluate the recordings later on at home.
The AudioBox Studio consists an AudioBox USB/MIDI interface, Studio One Artist 2 recording software, M7 condenser microphone, HD7 studio monitor headphones, a mic cable, and a USB cable.
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