Apple has released a new press release highlighting students and teachers at theHuntington Beach Academy of Performing Arts (California). Apple points out that this release is only the first in a series intended to put in the spotlight students and teachers using technology in the classroom, in an interesting and new way.
This academy offers a set of programs that use technology to give students the opportunity to express themselves while creating. In this case, this includes music or works of art.
Students learn in particular the technical aspects such as audio recording (Logic Pro X), video production (Final Cut Pro X), live performance technologies, etc. For example, Apple describes how the settings within the theater are made from a iPad Pro.
Apple follows a group of students who have written their own songs and performers on stage. The program in question at Huntington Beach now has 152 students. They use physical hardware signed Apple but also software to express their art.
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