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NATS is saddened to announce the death of Vice President for Workshops Kathleen Arecchi Feb. 5 at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center after living with breast cancer for 10 years. She was 72 years old.

source: NATS

Software developer Dave Yarwood released a new programming language called Alda this fall. Only it's for composers.

source: HowStuffWorks

In Kansas City, Kansas, new technology means distance is not a barrier for students hoping to study piano in school, The Kansas City Star reports. Using Skype and a piano with special technology, students at Eisenhower Middle School...

source: Education Week

Winners have been chosen for the Design Challenge 2016 Competition. Design Challenge invites students from National Skills Academy colleges across the U.K. to learn and develop their design skills for an opera or ballet production.

source: Royal Opera House

Until 2008, it was an article of faith that Thomas Edison was the first person to record sound, when, in 1877, he recited "Mary Had a Little Lamb" into the phonograph he had invented. But in March 2008, a collaborative of American audio historians and sound engineers who...

source: Valley News

Traditionalist guitar lovers, including those with a soft spot for additive manufacturing, might be horrified to hear "Fender" and "3-D printing" in the same sentence. Innovation is one thing, but a PLA-bodied Stratocaster?



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